Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. is raising prices on some of its models for the ’05 model year, including the hot-selling gas-electric hybrid Prius. The auto maker says the base price for the Prius will increase 2.9% or $580, to $20,875. However, Toyota’s Customer Accommodation Program, launched earlier this year to compensate qualifying customers on a Prius waiting list previous to March 10, will offset most of the price increase, the company says. Additionally, Toyota is hiking prices ...

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