The typical transaction price was the configuration, which could include popular packages and options, selected by more than half the vehicle's purchasers. Included were value packages offered for free or at a large discount on some models which in effect had customers paying less, since these packages were greater than the vehicle's respective price increases. Prices were valid in the US. We are not responsible for typographical errors. As of August 20, 2002.
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