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#3109584 - 08/29/13 07:58 PM Re: hybrids [Re: salesrep]
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priuses have low tailpipe emissions but the entire manufacturing process releases a lot of pollutants.

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#3110302 - 08/30/13 05:32 PM Re: hybrids [Re: outdoorsman310]
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Originally Posted By: outdoorsman310
priuses have low tailpipe emissions but the entire manufacturing process releases a lot of pollutants.


You dug up a 40 year old thread to post this drivel? Sure, all cars consume resources in production. No car is made of pixie dust. The overwhelming environmental impact from a vehicle, any vehicle, over its life-span is fueling it.

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