Kia has raised prices $200 to $300 on the cars and sport-utilities it sells in the United States. Sephia sedans and Sportage two-door convertible sport-utilities are up $200, and Sportage four-door sport-utilities are up $300.
Automotive News estimates that the increase added $235 to the average price of a Kia vehicle on a sales-weighted basis.
Toyota has priced its new Camry Solara convertibles, and Volvo has placed stickers on its new V70 and T-5 Sportswagon. The Toyotas go on sale April 17, and the Volvos will be in dealer showrooms April 1.
The Solara ragtop is available with a four-cylinder or V-6 engine. Prices start at $25,523, including the $455 destination charge.
The new Volvo V70 is $32,975, and the V70 T-5 Sportswagon is $33,975, both including $575 inland freight.