Toyota to raise U.S. car prices by 0.81 pct


TOKYO, July 26 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp , the world's largest automaker, said it will raise the prices of its 13 models, including Scion vehicles, in the United States by an average $181 or 0.81 percent. Auto manufacturers around the world have been trying to pass on rising costs of raw materials with price increases. Prices of the popular Prius gasoline-electric hybrid will increase by an average $500 or 2.2 percent to range between $22,000 and $24,270, Toyota said. Rival Honda ...

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