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In a recent car mag. I saw a Lexus advertisement that talked of a new car coming this summer from Lexus having to do with the 8th letter of the alphabet.

Am I to assume that Lexus is making a play in the Hybrid market?

anyone?

steviej

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I don't know a thing, never saw it. But then again us stupid Canadians didn;t even have the new GS at our Auto show for some damn reason, I was so *BLEEP*ed today to not see it there. But they did have an IS with a custom turbo just for show .

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Yep, the new RX400H hybrid. A really cood ad actually...

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I saw something on the news last week about the Chicago auto show. They were talking about the new Lexus RX hybrid.

It looked pretty sweet. I wonder how powerful it'll be though.

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I download the New York Times to my PDA and read it on the commute to work.

Today there was a story about Hybrid hitting the SUV market and my answer was there.

Lexus is breaking in to the market with the RX400h. Supposedly 270 hp and some other stuff, including the hybrid technology.

Ford will enter with a hybrid version of the Escape and Toyota will offer a Highlander version (same platform as the RX).

They did say that the price will be considerably more than the non-hybrid versions.

It figures.

steviej

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