Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 50114
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
 
WIKI | FAQ | Tech FAQ
http://csua.com/feed/
2017/11/19 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular
11/19   

2008/6/1-2 [Transportation/Car/Hybrid] UID:50114 Activity:nil
6/1     why is Ford pushing plans to sell HYBRID giant fat man SUVs
        that get 20 mph.  yeah what the hey its a hybrid, big whoop.
        I for one welcome our new masters, Toyota.  I'm too old to learn
        Japanese.
2017/11/19 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular
11/19   

You may also be interested in these entries...
2009/1/10-15 [Transportation/Bicycle, Academia/Berkeley/Classes] UID:52353 Activity:nil
1/10    I'm looking for a used hybrid/road bike for my sister. $100-150 price
        range. I'm going to take her to a couple of local shops, but is CL
        the best place to buy a bike? Any other recommedations? --abe
        \_ Can you get a decent bike for that price?
        \_ At a shop you aren't going to get a bike worth getting at
           that price.  On craigslist you can, but you will have to deal
	...
2008/11/3-4 [Transportation/Car, Transportation/Car/Hybrid] UID:51802 Activity:kinda low 50%like:51793
11/3    Here's a gas/diesel/biodiesel/ethanol/vegatable-oil + compressed-air
        hybrid, with plug-in capability:
        "Air Cars: A New Wind for America's Roads?"
        link:www.csua.org/u/mth (finance.yahoo.com)
        Range:
        - 60 miles at 35mph on one plug-in "recharge" alone.
	...
2008/11/3 [Transportation/Car/Hybrid] UID:51793 Activity:nil 50%like:51802
11/3    Here's a fossil-fuel / air plug-in hybrid:
        "Air Cars: A New Wind for America's Roads?"
        link:www.csua.org/u/mth (finance.yahoo.com)
        106mpg, 800 miles range without plugging-in.
	...
2008/8/7-13 [Transportation/Car/Hybrid] UID:50807 Activity:moderate
8/7     JD Power dependability study:
        http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080807/ap_on_bi_ge/autos_dependability
        "Toyota's Prius hybrid was the top-ranked vehicle in the compact car
        segment."
        Hybrid cars are not inherently less reliable.
        \_ But how will it be in 10 years? 15? Will it end up in a
	...