TOKYO, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said on Monday it would raise suggested retail prices on some hybrid and commercial vehicles in Japan from next month to help absorb higher prices of steel, crude oil and other raw materials. Prices will increase by 3 percent for the Prius and Harrier hybrid vehicles, and by an average 2 percent on commercial vehicles including some Dyna/Toyoace trucks and Probox vans, it said in a statement. The move by Japan's top automaker is likely to ...
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