My wife is in the market for a Prius hybrid. Yesterday evening we made time to visit the local Toyota dealership. As we were examining available models (pickings were few after the Memorial Day car sale) a sales person came out to greet us, and inquired if we need assistance. My wife informed him we are just browsing, and if we have any questions we'll look for him. My wife asked him for a business card. Unfortunately, he didn't have any. I thought that was interesting....a car sales man without business cards.
Later we sought his assistance, but he was with another customer on a test drive. Another employee summoned another person for us, the sales manager. Many questions were asked, one being is the kind or type of batteries Toyota uses in their hybrids. To my surprise, the Toyota sales manager did not know!!
This Saturday, we plan to visit the Honda dealership located across the street from Toyota.
Your wife asked for a business card ? Were you there to buy a Toyota or to collect business cards ? Why were you asking so many questions ? Al Gore invented the internet to answer your questions about Hybrid batteries. The manager has more important duties like asking us to call you back and offer you another $ 25 off. Honda does not have the glow in the dark feature that so many Toyota buyers seek.
Buy a nice GM piece of crap with parts that fail 1 mile over warranty. Also you'd be supporting human waste otherwise known as the UAW and fine members like box akastan aka percy aka mallen1886 aka toyotasolder and a few other worthless well thought out aliases all belonging to the same LOSER.