Toyota unveils 360 degree Prime driving video teaser

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  1. KrPtNk

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    DavidA Prius owner since July 2009

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    The views out of that virtual drive is exactly what I imagine my real driving will be in my Prime.
     
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    'prime does qualify for the $4,500. and $1,500. federal and state tax credits. the starting price of a low level prius is $24,000. to $25,000. so you could, if you take into account those tax credits, have roughly the price of a low end vehicle.' nathan kokes said, toyota's brand manager for advanced tech vehicles.

    so the above statement should put the low end prime around $30-32,000.?
     
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    Sounds like it.
     
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