2014 Toyota Prius dips below 30,000 USD

Posted on Tuesday, 15 October 2013 , 17:10:29 byEmil

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2014 Toyota Prius dips below 30,000 USD

Toyota have announced that they have substantially reduced the prices of the 2014 Prius. The price modifications allow the purchase of a standard Prius with less than 30.000 USD.



Following the initiative of Chevrolet, which have reduced the cost of the 2014 Volt with 5.000 USD in August, Toyota have cut 2.010 USD from the standard Prius. The pricing for the standard vehicle now starts from 29.990 USD. Other manufacturers also cut on the price tag for their autos this year; this is also the case of Nissan which have reduce their Leaf model`s price by 6.400 USD earlier this year. Due to the massive price cut. The Nissan Leaf now starts from 28.800 USD.



Even though the price is now reduced, the 2014 Toyota Prius Plug-in offers a number of important standard features such as remote climate and ten spoke alloys. Furthermore, the vehicle already comes equipped with heated front seats, and the manufacturer included three years of Roadside Assistance provided by ToyotaCare.



Of course, since the standard version`s price went down, Priuses featuring more Advanced specifications have also undertaken price decreases. In this case, the pricing was cut off by 4.620 USD, thus enabling buyers to order the vehicle with only 34.905 USD. Additional features for this version include premium HDD navigation with Entune, head-up display, and SofTex heated front seats. The Advanced spec. Prius also comes with an eight way power adjustable driver`s seat. Optionally, the advanced version can be fitted with LED headlights and fog lights, dynamic radar cruise control and a pre-collision system all part of a new Technology Package that the manufacturer offers.



The vehicles will hit dealerships across the USA starting November as production of the cars has begun this month. Besides the price reduction that the manufacturer already offered, buyers can benefit from an extra 1.500 USD price cut through the Clean Vehicle Rebate program running in California.