In the United States, prices have been announced for all versions of the new-generation Toyota Prius hybrid. Relative to its predecessor, the car has risen in price by $1,165.
Previously, the base version of the North American Prius was L Eco, but now it has been eliminated. The most affordable 2023 Prius at $27,450 has the LE package, which includes an 8-inch media system, six USB-C ports, blind spot monitoring, auto-brake, parking assistance, 17-inch alloy wheels.
The $30,895 XLE version is better equipped. There are already 19-inch wheels, heated seats, a rain sensor, a media system with a 12.3-inch screen, wireless charging for a smartphone, a digital key, a panoramic roof.
The $34,465 Limited version has all of the above, plus ventilated front seats, heated rear seats and steering wheel, JBL Premium Audio, power tailgate, surround view system, and automatic valet parking.
The new Prius is equipped with a 2.0-liter engine and one electric motor. The power of the hybrid power plant is 199 hp. The Prius Prime plug-in hybrid has more power – 223 hp. In the database, all versions have front-wheel drive, but for a surcharge, any of the configurations can be equipped with all-wheel drive.