Toyota price rises across the range

  • Thursday 1st January 1970

The RAV4, LandCruiser, Corolla, Prius Hybrid, Camry, 86, Granvia, C-HR, and HiAce line-ups have all undergone price increases, while the Supra has lowered in cost.

Pricing across the Toyota range has undergone a major shakeup, with the RAV4, LandCruiser, Corolla, Prius Hybrid, Camry, 86, Granvia, C-HR, and HiAce models all receiving price increases.

The HiLux is also expected to increase in cost when the 2021 model is launched later this month, as previously reported by CarAdvice.

Meanwhile, the Supra – along with some Kluger and Prado variants – have all dropped in price.

Pricing for the Yaris, Prius C Hybrid, and Tarago is unchanged.

The entire RAV4 range has increased in price, with the base front-wheel-drive (FWD) model 2.0-litre now priced from $32,290 plus on-road costs. This represents a price increase of $1300.

The flagship AWD 2.5-litre Cruiser variant is priced from $46,290 plus on-road costs, which similarly represents a $1300 increase.

The LandCruiser 200 Series range has also increased in cost, with the 4.5-litre base model priced from $80,996 plus on-road costs. This is up $860.

Pricing for the LandCruiser 70 Series variants are unchanged.

The base model 2.0-litre Corolla hatchback and sedan are now both priced from $23,895 plus on-road costs. This represents a price increase of $560.

The base model 2.5-litre Camry sedan is priced from $28990 plus on-road costs. This is up $700.

Meanwhile, the hybrid variant is priced from $31,790 plus on-road costs. This is up $1200.

The Japanese manufacturers oldest and most iconic hybrid vehicle, the Prius, is now priced from $37,890 plus on-road costs. This represents a price increase of $1300.

Pricing for the smaller 1.5-litre Prius C Hybrid, however, remains unchanged at $24,040 plus on-road costs.

The Toyota 86 sports car is now priced from $32,180 plus on-road costs. This represents a price increase of $740.

The Supra 3.0-litre GT has dropped in cost, and is priced from $84,536 plus on-road costs. This represents a price reduction of $364.

The GTS variant is priced from $94,536 plus on-road costs, also representing an overall price drop of $364.

The base-model 2.8-litre Granvia is now priced from $64,090 plus on-road costs. This is up $1100.

The FWD 1.2-litre C-HR wagon is now priced from $30,290 plus on-road costs. This represents a price increase of $750.

The hybrid variant is priced from $37,190 plus on-road costs. This similarly represents an increase of $750.

Pricing for the FWD Kluger, the Tarago, Yaris, and the Fortuner remains unchanged.

The entry level all-wheel-drive (AWD) Kluger and Prado prices also have not changed, however some of the top-end flagship variants have dropped in price.

The 3.5-litre Kluger Grande is now priced from $68,574 plus on-road costs. This is down $314.

The Prado Kakadu is now priced from $84,226 plus on-road costs. This is down $364.

The entire HiAce range has gone up in cost, with the 3.5-litre base model priced from $39,740 plus on-road costs. This represents a price increase of $1100.

Meanwhile, the 12-seat HiAce Commuter is now priced from $68,240 plus on-road costs. This is also a $1,100 increase in cost.

The HiLux line-up is unchanged for now, however last month CarAdvice reported that prices would rise across the range with the launch of the 2021 model.

The Toyota HiLux SR5 double cab pick-up, which is the most popular variant of the car, will increase in price by $2,660, to $57,900 plus on-road costs (when equipped with a six-speed manual transmission).