Toyota has announced the official price list for the 2014 Prius in the United States, where the cheapest version of the model will cost less than 30,000 USD.
The popularity of the Toyota Prius is beginning to end as cars more expensive and fully electric, like the Tesla Model S, are quickly taking its place and filling the rich and famous’ garages from all-over the world, but in what seems to be one last attempt to make the Prius more interesting, Toyota has announced a dropped price for the model. According to the carmaker, the 2014 Toyota Prius is now 2,010 USD cheaper on the entry-level version, to a total of 29,990 USD.
The action has been made after the price of the Nissan Leaf has dropped to 28,800 USD, by 6,400 USD, and the Chevrolet Volt now starts at 34,995 USD. For the money mentioned above, the 2014 Toyota Prius will get standard features like the remote climate control, heated cloth front seats, unique alloy wheels and 3 years of the Roadside Assistance through the ToyotaCare. The Advanced version of the 2014 Prius will set you back for 34,905 USD and it’s adding the premium HDD navigation with Entune, head-up display, 8-way power adjustable driver’s seat, Safety Connect and much more.