Toyota Plug-In Prius and Prius V Pricing Revealed

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Toyota has just released the US pricing for the extended Prius family we met in Frankfurt, with the company also preparing to introduce the cars to dealerships from across the country.
The Prius Plug-In Hybrid comes with a starting price pf $32,000, with this being the entry-level plug-in hybrid. At the other end of the scale, we find the Prius Plug-In Hybrid Advances, which will set you back $39,525.

The family-orientated Prius V comes with a starting price of $26,400. However, there is a difference between the three cars, as the first two qualify for a $2,500 federal tax credit, thanks to the use of a 4.4-kWh battery pack.

The Prius plug-in hybrid will be offered in 14 western and East Coast states next spring, with the full 50-state availability scheduled to arrive in 2013.

Toyota is aware of the fact that such cars also need a charging infrastructure, with the company also announcing that it will offer the Levinton 16 Amp, Level 2 charging station for $999 (the price includes installation charges), starting from early next month.

October will also be the month when Toyota starts taking reservations for the Prius Plug-in.
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