Earlier today I wrote a
about Toyota’s inability to satisfy consumer demand for their hybrid
cars. Looks like some of those potential buyers drifted over to
. Ford reported yesterday that sales of it’s
were up 75 percent in April compared to March,
All Headline News
reports. Interest-free loans and federal and state tax credits likely helped Ford move more of its
hybrid (2005’s North American Truck of the Year) and Mariner
in April. Or maybe it’s all the ads featuring Kermit.
Considering that a third of
vehicles (and almost all of them are willing to pay more money for their car), this increase – and Toyota’s short supply of Prius vehicles shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone.
[Source: All Headline News via Mixed Power]