Toyota has undergone its annual review of its model pricing, and made a few adjustments to account for the market and inflation. America’s best-selling car–the Toyota Camry and its hybrid variant–are among the models affected with a price bump. The 2013 Toyota Camry lineup, which starts at $23,030 after delivery, will see an increase of about $150 on average–$180 increase on the entry-level model–while V-6 models are notched up $350. Toyota has given the Camry a few upgrades across the various trims to go with the increases, such as Display Audio as standard on the Camry L and Camry Hybrid LE. The modest price increases will help the Camry retain its dominance of the
The Japanese automaker’s popular 53 mpg Prius c gets a modest $130 increase, and will also receive a few minor interior updates: the Prius c Two and Three will get a black SofTex dash as standard, and the Prius c Four gets a standard SofTex-trimmed steering wheel. Toyota’s youth-oriented Scion brand will bring back the Scion xB, with a $500 price increase. An entry-level 2013 Scion xB with a five-speed manual transmission will start at $17,555, and the four-speed automatic transmission will now run $18,005. Both prices include delivery charges.
Source: Toyota, Scion