DETROIT - Chevrolet has raised the prices of its Camaro and Prizm cars and most of its truck nameplates.
The increases average $64 on a sales-weighted basis, an Automotive News analysis finds.
Camaros went up $100, and Prizms rose $60. Truck increases ranged from $100 on the Tracker sport-utility to $465 on a Venture minivan.
On the Silverado pickup, Chevrolet's best-selling nameplate, increases were $100 on 1500 regular-cab models and $200 on 2500 heavy-duty and 3500 models.