Toyota cars: selling like hotcakes 

Toyota cars: selling like hotcakes


According to national sales activity tracked through the first eight weeks of 2006 by J.D. Power and Associates' Power Information Network, the Lexus IS, Toyota Prius and Scion tC spend fewer than 15 days on dealer lots before being sold. Power also reports that the Pontiac Solstice has a 16-day turnover, while the Honda Civic has a 13-day turnover.

In contrast, the Crossfire, Mitsubishi Endeavor and Hyundai Santa Fe can languish for weeks or months before being sold.

Apparently, fuel efficiency still plays a key role in how long a vehicle sits. 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 being bought off the dealerships twice as fast today as a year ago.

Even as cars like the Lexus IS, Toyota Prius and Scion tC fly off dealership lots, owners can also expect not to worry about where to get reliable auto parts like Toyota wheels, Toyota Prius bumpers or Scion tC spoilers. Reliable online auto parts stores are just a click away, Auto Parts Corner, just in case you need them.

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