Collective car nouns, real and imagined

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Originally Posted by Trav
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A group of parked Subaru wagons is either a "trailhead" or a "cylinder head repair shop."
LOL Sad but true.
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From the comments to the original article: A "smugness" of Priuses A "clan" of Highlanders Those were good.
 
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When I have been at a road course when there happens to be a group of Corvettes running line astern not letting anyone else pass they call it a "Corvette Conga Line"
 
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Originally Posted by DBMaster
Here's one that often crosses my mind. Is the plural of Prius "Priuses" or "Prii?"
Officially Prii according to Toyota, I read someplace. Same Latin form as plural of radius = radii.
 
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Originally Posted by CR94
Originally Posted by DBMaster
Here's one that often crosses my mind. Is the plural of Prius "Priuses" or "Prii?"
Officially Prii according to Toyota, I read someplace. Same Latin form as plural of radius = radii.
LOL
 
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Herd of Tauri (Taurus) Marquee of Neons Empire of Azteks Quake of Vibes of course, a Swarm of Beetles just a few ideas...
 
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Originally Posted by DBMaster
Originally Posted by CR94
Originally Posted by DBMaster
Here's one that often crosses my mind. Is the plural of Prius "Priuses" or "Prii?"
Officially Prii according to Toyota, I read someplace. Same Latin form as plural of radius = radii.
LOL
How about Lexus? Is the plural "Lexuses" or "Lexi?"
 
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nope. it's Lexus
1 Lexus, 2 Lexus, 78 Lexus. 1 Moose, 2 Moose, 78 moose.

or to be truly asinine: it could be Lexxus...
1 Lexus, 2 Lexxus, 78 Lexxus
I looked this up and saw that some Toyota people do say "Lexuses" because it's not an actual Greek word. It's made up. I usually get around it by saying "Lexus vehicles." 8-{D>
 
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