DaimlerChrysler has raised the price of its Jeep Grand Cherokees, and Mazda has hiked the stickers on seven of its 10 cars and all 14 of its pickup trucks.
The Grand Cherokee boost is $95 on each of the four models offered.
Sales weighted, it amounts to $10 on the full range of 1999 Jeep, Dodge, Chrysler and Plymouth cars and light trucks, according to Automotive News.
This is the third increase of the 1999 model year for the Grand Cherokee.
The bumps total $300, but a Grand Cherokee Laredo is only $50 more than it was a year ago. That's because Laredo prices were cut $250 when the 1999 models were priced last summer.
Prices of the Grand Cherokee Limited held steady at announcement time last summer, so they have gone up $300 in the past year.
The Grand Cherokee is Jeep's best-seller; it accounts for 55 percent of sales.
Mazda's price-leader pickup truck rose $60, and the Miata MX-5 convertible climbed $325.
The increases on 19 other Mazda cars and trucks ranged from $100 to $200, and three Protege and 626 models were unchanged.
Automotive News puts the average car-truck boost at $110 on a sales-weighted basis.
At introduction time last fall, Mazda cut the prices of its Protege, Millenia and 626 V-6 cars.
The prices of those models are still lower than they were a year ago.