The really hot cars 

The really hot cars

These cars are not only popular – they sell pretty well, like, in less than 15 days they’re off the dealership floors.

According to national sales activity tracked through the first eight weeks of 2006 by J.D. Power and Associates' Power Information Network, the really hot commodity – cars that spend fewer than 15 days on dealer lots before being sold are the Lexus IS, Toyota Prius and Scion tC.


The Pontiac Solstice, on the other hand, has a 16-day turnover, while the Honda Civic has a 13-day turnover. Fuel efficiency apparently still is a big consideration as to which vehicle sits for the longer time. Full-size SUVs, such as the Ford Expedition and Chevrolet Suburban, now take 94 days to sell on average. Gas-saving models, including the Toyota Matrix, Nissan Sentra and Pontiac Vibe, are now selling twice as fast compared to a year ago.

Toyota is very much on top of its game. Creating better and better quality vehicles that are worth your hard-earned money. And because our vehicles are our second largest investments, it’s only right that we take good care of it and drive it responsibly. Should it need replacement auto parts such as catalytic converter, radiator or AC condenser, make sure to purchase only from the most trusted online auto parts store, Auto Parts Discount.

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Comment when you say it like that it makes a lot of sense

Wed Apr 5, 2006 2:17 pm MST by bob stevens

Comment when you say it like that it makes a lot of sense

Wed Apr 5, 2006 1:53 pm MST by bob stevens

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