Most of Toyota’s 2013 models have increased their prices. For instance, the 2013 Corolla is 1.3% more expensive than the 2012 model. Last Friday, Toyota released a statement that the lowest trim level of the Corolla has a price of $17,025 (including shipping). The Corolla’s price through all trim levels increased by around $239 on average.
These new prices for the Corolla and the Scion iQ taken effect. But the new prices for the other models will take effect this August. The Matrix has a starting price of $20,070, including shipping. The Matrix got a 2.6% increase overall, or about $521. The 2013 Sienna has a starting price of $27,295 (including shipping).
The 2013 Sienna price is 1.4% or about $466 higher than the 2012 model. The Tacoma is priced from $18,365 (MSRP) including shipping costs. The Tacoma's price increased by around 0.6% or around $150. The Land Cruiser has a starting price of about $79,100, including shipping, and rose by about $300 from 2012, a 0.4% increase.
The Scion xD had a $400 price increase, or about 2.6% higher. The xD has a starting price of $16,500, including shipping. The iQ will be priced from $16,140, including shipping. The iQ is 0.8%, or $120, more expensive. A portion of the price hikes for Toyota’s lineup was from a $35 increase in shipping costs. The shipping charges for Scion vehicles rose by $25.