Toyota pasted price stickers on five more 2005 nameplates last week. Audi also got into the act with prices for its new A6 sedan.
Toyota's biggest boost went to the hard-to-get Prius hybrid, which rose $580 to $21,390. All prices in this report include the destination charge.
Elsewhere, Toyota held the line on the Highlander SUV and added $250 to the MR2 sport coupe. Celica coupes went up $100.
Toyota 4Runner SUVs with V-6 engines were increased $225 to $255, and 4Runner V-8s climbed $425 to $455.
The Prius boost amounted to 2.9 percent. Other models climbed 1.5 percent or less. Sale date for the 2005 Prius is Sept. 14. The other lines are on sale.
Audi's A6 sedans will be $41,620 with a 3.2-liter V-6 engine and $51,220 with a 4.2-liter V-8; the V-6 is up $1,450, and the V-8 is up $1,000.
The long list of standard equipment includes Tiptronic automatic transmission and quattro all-wheel drive. The new A6 is scheduled to go on sale in the United States in early November.