Toyota has released pricing on a number of 2013 vehicles – Corolla, Matrix, Tacoma, Land Cruiser, Scion xD and iQ, and Sienna – each with a price increase.
In addition, Toyota has announced that the 2013 Sienna minivan, which receives modest updates, will no longer be available with a four-cylinder engine. The sole powerplant in the 2013 Sienna will be the 266-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6. The Sienna remains the only minivan with an all-wheel drive option. Pricing on the base seven-passenger Sienna with six-speed automatic transmission is $26,450, while the top-of-the-line Limited begins at $41,240. This is an overall average price increase of $466 or 1.4 percent.
Here’s the rundown on pricing increases for the other 2013 Toyota models:
- 2013 Corolla – MSRP ranges from $16,230 for the L-grade compact sedan with a five-speed manual transmission to $19,060 for S-grade with a four-speed automatic transmission. This represents an average increase of $239 or 1.3 percent.
- 2013 Matrix – With an average overall price increase of $521 or 2.6 percent, the 2013 Toyota Matrix MSRPs range from $19,275 for the base model to $22,415 for the S-grade with all-wheel drive and four-speed automatic transmission.
- 2013 Tacoma – The base price on the compact pickup ranges from $17,520 for the 4x2 Regular Cab (with four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual transmission) to $28,090 for the 4x4 Double Cab V-6 long-bed with five-speed automatic. This reflects an overall price increase of $150 or 0.6 percent. The TRD Sport upgrade package has been discontinued.
- 2013 Land Cruiser – Pricing on the 2013 Land Cruiser SUV, effective August 1, 2012, has increased $300 or 0.4 percent to $78,255.
- 2013 Scion xD – Prices increase $400 for the 2013 Scion xD to $16,545 (automatic) and $15,745 (manual). This represents an increase of 2.5 percent and 1.6 percent, respectively. Scion xD prices are effective August 1, 2012.
- 2013 Scion iQ – Effective July 2, 2012, the 2013 Scion iQ minicar MSRP increases $120 or 0.8 percent to $15,385.
Toyota MSRP prices do not include delivery, processing and handling (DPH) fees.