TORRANCE, California – The redesigned 2016 Toyota Prius hybrid hatchback will arrive at Toyota dealerships in January with a starting price of $25,035, including an $835 destination charge, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. said on Wednesday.
There is no price increase compared to the base 2015 Prius.
A new 2016 Prius Two Eco model, with expected fuel economy ratings of 58 mpg city and 53 mpg highway, starts at $25,535, including shipping.
The EPA has not posted official fuel economy numbers on the 2016 Prius.
The midrange 2016 Prius Three model is priced at $27,085, including shipping, for a $485 increase over the previous model.
The 2016 Prius Four model starts at $29,485, including shipping, for a $215 increase over the previous model.
The top-of-the-line 2016 Prius Four Touring is priced at $30,835, including shipping.
The new Prius, which rides on a new platform, features a redesigned exterior, a revamped interior, a new hybrid system with an expected boost in fuel economy and an optional Toyota Safety Sense system with automatic pre-collision braking.
The Prius is cross-shopped against a wide range of competitors, including the Chevrolet Volt, Ford C-Max Hybrid, Ford Fusion Hybrid and Hyundai Sonata Hybrid.
Edmunds says: There’s a wide range of pricing on the 2016 Prius, with a little something for all hybrid shoppers.