Toyota Looks To Keep 2013 Prius Plug-In Sales On Pace With 2012. Kinda…

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Toyota Looks To Keep Prius Plug-In Sales On With 2012. Kinda. Not

2013 Toyota Prius, Now $4,650 Cash Back To Sales

About a year week, Toyota introduced the Prius to the world.

For those who are not with the car, the electric is basically the same set-up standard Prius hybrid, but can drive about 11 miles on (in blended mode according to the thanks to a larger electric and a a 4.4 kWh lithium battery pack.  The PHV has a MPGe rating of 95.

The car does has some limitations, as the drive can not maintain speeds of 62 mph, and can not be driven with hopes to stay powered by electricity.  However, the is a hybrid first, and an EV second; so it regard, these infractions are

For 2012, Toyota sold copies of it plug-in, and Toyota Group Vice President Fay (in an interview with Ward’s says that they hopes to match that with 12,000-13,000 new sales in even if that means heavier discounting…within reason.

“I don’t know that we to necessarily go around and match But I think we have to be cognizant of the those shoppers are operating we have to be sure we offer the kind of value when go to buy the vehicle.”

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Current Prius PHV deals to Wards)  can be very with some areas New York) offering up to $6,500 of and $4,650 of 2013s, while in California, only a $1,650 can be had.  The Toyota Prius PHV price starts at $32,000 and can be as low as $229 for 36 months with down, or financed at 0% for 60 months.

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$229 Lease Offer On New Prius PHV (click to enlarge to see print)

Bill Fay says that up recently, the bulk of Toyota PHV have been purchases, a not seen in other vehicles the Chevrolet Volt and Nissan that are heavily skewed to

This bias to purchasing over may be due to the plug-in Prius’ Federal government spiff of as compared to $7,500 for vehicles batteries 16 kWh or greater.  These generally can be taken as a stright reduction on leases at point of making competitors lease more attractive.

Still, Mr. Fay thinks that the long run it’s going to be a lease vehicle.”

It should be that by hoping to achieve to 13,000 Prius PHV sales in Toyota is actually predicting to less cars on the average in than 2012, as the 2012 Prius was introduced late in the quarter of 2012.

With lower year-over year it seems like Toyota maybe realizing the extended range competition has a lot fiercer for 2013; with not the Chevrolet Volt eating at PHV sales, but also the likes of Energi and Fusion Energi.

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