Gallery: Toyota’s Plug-in Prius Pricing Revealed


We recently brought you an advance look at the 2013 plug-in Prius, which was just revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Now pricing details are coming out along with the plan for a gradual rollout across the fifty states. The good news: the plug-in Prius will be available in 14 states starting just next month, though the rest of the country will have to wait until 2013. The not so good news? It’s going to cost you. The 2012 Prius V that does not plug in will cost you just $26,400, but the plug-in versions range from $32,000 to $39,595.

Here are the lucky states who get the plug-in Priuses, which are estimated to be half as thirsty as their non-plug-in cousins: California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Maryland. If you don’t live in one of the cool kid states, you’ll have to satisfy yourself with perusing our full gallery of plug-in Prius test drive photos for now. Or you could move to California, of course–whichever is easier.

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  1. celiabella July 11, 2012 at 11:47 pm

    How much higher will someone’s electric bill be if they plug it in every night? Will it really save money, since one has a higher electric bill?

  2. caeman September 19, 2011 at 11:49 am

    A $6,000 difference to be able to plug it in? Something seems very fishy with that pricing.

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