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Hybrid Car Review: 2010 Toyota Prius Price Change

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

2010 Toyota Prius Price Change

The price for the 2010 Toyota Prius is about to be raised.   The base MSRP is being raised by $400 across each of the model types.  Toyota had increased the MSRP on the Prius as recently as October.

The Prius I is being set at $21,400 (but don't expect to find one of those as Toyota only sells them to fleet owners, and I doubt they really sell those at all).  The real basic level (II) is up to $22,800.  The Prius III will run you $23,800 and the Prius IV will cost $26,600.  The Prius V is the most expensive at $28,070.  The prices shown exclude delivery, processing and handling fees.

The 2011 Toyota Camry price is going up by $250.

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1 comment:

dsi r4 said...

Price. More expensive than before. And before, it was heck expensive.

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