Filed under: Hybrid , Wagon , Hatchback , Toyota The Prius Plug-in Hybrid has a price: $32,000. That’s the just-announced MSRP for the base plug-in hybrid, with the top-of-the-line Prius Plug-in Hybrid Advanced jumping all the way up to $39,525. Because the both of these Prius Plug-in models have a 4.4-kWh, 176 pound battery pack, it should qualify for a federal tax credit of $2,500. Toyota has also announced that the larger Prius V , which does not qualify for any tax incentives, will start at $26,400. *All vehicles are subject to a $760 delivery fee. Toyota says the plug-in Prius will be available in 14 western and East Coast states next spring and in all 50 states in 2013. The Japanese automaker is predicting 15,000 sales in the first full year and the Prius family could eventually be the company’s best-selling nameplate once all members are on sale – presuming overall hybrid sales increase. Recently, Toyota announced a partnership with Leviton to provide charging stations. Today, Toyota said that it will offer Leviton’s 16 Amp, Level 2 charging station for $999 (including installation), starting in early October. Starting next month, Toyota will start taking reservations for the Prius Plug-in at its website next month.