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AddToyota increases Prius V price by $150

Toyota thinks you should pay a little bit more for its cars, starting in May.

97Toyota prices 2012 Prius C under $19K*

During the Detroit Auto Show, Toyota said the new Prius C would start at under $19,000. Today, we learn that this is like a lesson from Obi-Wan: what Toyota told us was true, from a certain point of view.

AddToyota prices 2012 Prius C under $19K*

During the Detroit Auto Show, Toyota said the new Prius C would start at under $19,000. Today, we learn that this is like a lesson from Obi-Wan: what Toyota told us was true, from a certain point of view.

96Toyota Plug-in Prius priced at $32,000* and Prius V to start at $26,400*

The Prius Plug-in Hybrid has a price: $32,000. That's the just-announced MSRP for the base plug-in hybrid, with the top-of-the-line Prius Plug-in Hybrid Advanced jumping all the way up to $39,525. Because the both of these Prius Plug-in models have a 4.4-kWh, 176 pound battery pack, it should qualify for a federal tax credit of $2,500. Toyota has also announced that the larger Prius V, which does not qualify for any tax incentives, will start at $26,400. *All vehicles are subject to a $760 deliv

14Analyst: It's time for a Toyota Prius price drop

With the first year of this decade only a month behind us, Toyota is, according to a report from Bloomberg, ready to make sales predictions for the year 2020. The automaker is apparently confident that the Prius will continue to hold its spot as Japan's best-selling model. However, Fumikazu Kitagawa of Nomura Research Institute seems to think that the Prius' exceptional sales volume may drive Toyota to drop its price. Kitagawa claims Japanese car buyers consider the mainstream Prius as a "fr

AddAnalyst: It's time for a Toyota Prius price drop

With the first year of this decade only a month behind us, Toyota is, according to a report from Bloomberg, ready to make sales predictions for the year 2020. The automaker is apparently confident that the Prius will continue to hold its spot as Japan's best-selling model. However, Fumikazu Kitagawa of Nomura Research Institute indicates that the Prius' exceptional sales volume may drive Toyota to drop its price. Kitagawa claims that Japanese car buyers consider the mainstream Prius as a "fr

AddToyota to raise Prius MSRP by $400 in February, Camry Hybrid by $250

2010 Toyota Prius - Click above for high-res image gallery

AddToyota announces $400 price increase on 2010 Prius

2010 Toyota Prius – Click above for high-res image gallery

542010 Prius starts at $21,000; one with everything costs $32,500

2010 Toyota Prius - Click above for a high-res image gallery

Add2010 Prius starts at $21,000; one with everything* costs $32,500

2010 Toyota Prius - click above for a high-res gallery

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