Toyota announced prices on the 2013 Corolla, Matrix, Tacoma, Sienna and Land Cruiser models.
The 2013 Toyota Corolla features a brand new front grille design and a 1.3 percent price bump. The base Corolla L starts at $16,230 while the most expensive Corolla sells for $19,060. On the upper LE and S trims, a Display Audio system is standard, including a 6.1 inch touchscreen, AM/FM/CD player with MP3 playback, vehicle information with customized settings, iPod connectivity, hands-free phone usage, phone book access, and music streaming via Bluetooth.
For 2013, the Toyota Matrix receives a $521 price hike. The base 2013 Toyota Matrix gets a standard audio system with iPod, Bluetooth, and hands-free calling capabilities. Also included is a free 90-day trial of SiriusXM satellite radio. The price of the 2013 Toyota Matrix ranges from $19,275 to $22,415 depending on the model and transmission chosen.
Toyota’s midsize pickup, the Tacoma, receives only a very modest price increase for 2013. The price ranges between $17,520 for the base four-cylinder and $28,090 for the top trim. Standard on every 2013 Toyota Tacoma are daytime running lights as well as the Display Audio system with 6.1-inch touchscreen. A special package offers leather-like heated seats, sliding privacy rear glass, and Entune multimedia navigation system.
For the 2013 Toyota Sienna minivan, the four-cylinder version has been discontinued. Only a 266-horsepower-producing V6 is available, and the Sienna is the only minivan on the market to offer AWD as an option, according to Toyota. The LE trim level sees the most significant upgrades, including new easy-clean fabric seats, eight-way power adjustable driver seat with lumbar support, and four-way power adjustable front passenger seats. The LE also comes with individual temperature control for everyone, including rear seat passengers. Pricing for the 2013 Toyota Sienna ranges from $26,450 to $41,240 for the Limited trim with AWD.
Finally, the 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser will be priced at $78,255. The new price is effective beginning Aug. 1.
All prices listed do not include destination and handling fees. Consumers can expect to pay $795 for destination and handling on passenger cars, while the fee increases to $845 on small and medium sized trucks in the Toyota lineup.
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