Toyota said that starting with the May production, the prices of some 2012 Toyota Prius, Camry, Camry Hybrid, Highlander Hybrid and Tacoma models, and the 2013 Scion tC sport coupe, will increase. Tacoma models will post the highest price increase with a $250 climb across the board. This means that the Tacoma series has a pricing range of between $17,935 and $28,895 (including an $810 delivery fee).
Meanwhile, the Prius v Two, Three and Five hybrids will be priced $150 higher and will now range from $27,310 to $30,900 (which includes a $760 delivery fee). The Camrys will get a $50 increase for the XLE model to $270 for the SE V-6 and XLE V-6 models. A $100 price increase is intended for the basic Camry L to $22,815 (with a delivery fee of $760). The XLE V-6 is the priciest Camry model.
It is now priced at $30,875, including the $760 delivery fee. A $175 increase is specified for the Highlander Hybrid and its LTD counterpart. These two models have a delivery charge of $810, bringing their new prices to $39,525 for the Highlander Hybrid and $45,180 for the Highlander Hybrid LTD.
The price of the Scion tC would be $150 higher. Its automatic transmission version has a starting price of $20,455 while manual transmission is priced from $19,455 (including a delivery cost of $730).