Toyota announced retail pricing on its 2013 Camry and Camry Hybrid, its Prius c hybrid sub-compact and its Scion xB.
The automaker said MSRP for the Camry gasonline models will range from $22,235 for the L grade four-cylinder automatic to $30,465 for the Camry XLE V6 automatic. This is a $150 increase, or 0.6%, up from the previous year.
Updates for the 2013-MY Camry and Camry Hybrid from the previous model-year include the display audio system as standard equipment on the L and LE grades. On the Camry SE, a blind spot monitor is available and will include rear cross traffic alert. Other changes include a three-blink turn signal sequence accessible on the turn signal control, interior material upgrades on the Camry LE and XLE grades, updated door trim on all models, and updated stitching accents on models with leather.
For the Prius c, Toyota said MSRP ranges from $19,080 for the Prius c “One” model to $23,360 for the Prius c “Four,” which is an increase of $130 or 0.6% from the previous model year.
Updates on the Prius c include interior upgrades, such as a standard SofTex-trimmed steering wheel on the Prius c Four, and a black SofTex dash panel on Prius c Two and Three models, matching the dash style of the Prius c Four grade.
The Scion xB had the largest price increase, and starts at $17,750 for the automatic transmission model and $16,800 for the manual. This is an increase of $500, or 2.9% and 3.1%, respectively, over the previous model-year.
For the Scion xB, the exterior features a new front bumper with a glossy black lower grille and integrated LED accent lighting, and a rear bumper with a black diffuser. Inside, the xB features light bronze metallic accents on panels, chrome accents on the air-conditioner register and new seat fabric. A BeSpoke premium audio system is an option on the xB, and Toyota is offering two new colors for the vehicle: Absolutely Red and Nautical Blue Metallic.
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