Chevrolet has raised car prices an average of $361 for the 2000 model year, and Toyota has hiked freight charges 8 percent on cars and 14 percent on trucks.
The Chevy figure is estimated by Automotive News after adjusting for several major equipment changes.
Air conditioning is standard on the 2000 base Prizm sedan and the base Cavalier coupe and sedan, and a batch of goodies from a $1,321 option package have been made standard on the base Camaro convertible.
Toyota raised the destination charge to $455 on cars and to $480 on pickups, vans and sport-utilities. The destination charge was $420 on all 1999 models.
The figures are for vehicles distributed by Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. Toyota's two independent distributors set their own freight fees.