By David Thomas on March 16, 2012
Toyota announced today that its all-new Prius c hybrid sold 1,201 units in its first three days on sale to the public. That's a blistering pace, and if you multiply that number by 10 (for a month's worth of sales), it would be 12,010 units. That would make the Prius c not only the best-selling subcompact on the market (at a much higher starting price) but the second-best-selling hybrid on the market behind only the original Prius liftback when looking at last month's sales figures.
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