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Hybrid Car Review: 2010 Toyota Prius Price Change

Monday, September 28, 2009

2010 Toyota Prius Price Change

The base price on the 2010 Prius has been increased by $400.  The price difference affects models II, III, IV and V. 

    Model                           Body             MSRP     NEW     MSRP %
    Number    Grade         Doors   Style     Trans  Increase MSRP    Increase
    --------  -----         -----   -----     -----  -------- ----    --------
      1223    II              5     Hatchback  CVT   $400     $22,400   1.8%
      1225    III             5     Hatchback  CVT   $400     $23,400   1.7%
      1227    IV              5     Hatchback  CVT   $400     $26,200   1.6%
      1229    V               5     Hatchback  CVT   $400     $27,670   1.5%

The price increase will take affect on October 18, 2009.

The Prius I pricetag of $21,000 was set to compete with the Honda Insight.  It will not see any change to its price.  The Prius I is the most basic model, without cruise control, touch tracer display, smart key, EV mode, rear wipers, rear tonneau cover, heated mirrors, satellite radio, rear armrest, rear door speakers, rear heater duct, passenger-seatback pocket, foldable rear headrests and underbody spoilers and spats.

The MSRP does not include the delivery, processing and handling (DPH) fee of $750 for passenger cars.

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