DETROIT - Chrysler and Plymouth have raised prices $30 to $165, and Chevrolet and Toyota have boosted stickers on selected vehicles.
Voyager and Grand Voyager minivans now carry the Chrysler badge instead of the Plymouth nameplate. That reduces Plymouth to two models - the Neon and the Breeze.
Dodge and Jeep also raised prices recently. Automotive News finds that the winter hikes boosted the average price of Chrysler group vehicles $155, or 0.6 percent.
Chevrolet added $195 to the Warner Bros. Edition of its Venture minivan, and Toyota raised its Echo and Celica models. Because of their low volume, the Echo-Celica action raised the average price of a Toyota only $8.