2010 Toyota Prius pricing increased! 2011 Camry starting from $26,400!

Article by Christian A., on August 25, 2010

Pricing for Toyota's lineup, including the extensively upgraded 2011 Sienna, has been revealed. For most of the vehicles, the starting prices are noticeably down a bit compared to the current models but this isn´t the case with the Prius and Camry. At the bottom of the Sienna presser, there's a chart illustrating that prices will be up for the 2010 hatch and its 2011 sedan sibling.

The new-in-2009 third-gen Toyota Prius will cost $400 more, with base MSRPs ranging from $21,400 for the level I model all the way up to $28,070 for the level V.

Those prices are exclusive of delivery, processing and handling charges of $750. Prices for the 2011 Toyota Camry will increase $200 across the board.

Meanwhile, Camry Hybrid prices have risen $250 to a starting price of $26,400. The base Camry with a stick now is priced from $19,595, while a top-of-the-line V6 XLE is priced at $29,245.

Those figures are up by about 1% for the Camry and 1.7% for the Prius. The Japan production for the 2011 Toyota Camry will start on January 6 while US production starts on February 1.

Dealerships will be receiving the 2011 models from the end of January. The Prius price increase becomes effective January 24, 2010.

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