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2018 Toyota 4Runner

New 2018 Toyota 4Runner

MSRP*: $34,610 to $44,960
Invoice*: $31,841 to $41,362

2018 Toyota 86

New 2018 Toyota 86

MSRP*: $26,255 to $28,385
Invoice*: $24,943 to $26,967

2018 Toyota Avalon

New 2018 Toyota Avalon

MSRP*: $33,500 to $41,300
Invoice*: $30,151 to $37,171

2018 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

New 2018 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

MSRP*: $37,500 to $42,800
Invoice*: $33,751 to $38,520

2018 Toyota C-HR

New 2018 Toyota C-HR

MSRP*: $22,500 to $24,350
Invoice*: $21,039 to $22,768

2018 Toyota Camry

New 2018 Toyota Camry

MSRP*: $23,495 to $34,950
Invoice*: $21,497 to $31,805

2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid

New 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid

MSRP*: $27,800 to $32,250
Invoice*: $25,576 to $29,671

2018 Toyota Corolla

New 2018 Toyota Corolla

MSRP*: $18,600 to $22,780
Invoice*: $17,577 to $21,093

2018 Toyota Corolla iM

New 2018 Toyota Corolla iM

MSRP*: $18,850
Invoice*: $17,454

2018 Toyota Highlander

New 2018 Toyota Highlander

MSRP*: $31,030 to $46,660
Invoice*: $28,330 to $42,601

2018 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

New 2018 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

MSRP*: $36,670 to $48,280
Invoice*: $33,479 to $44,080

2018 Toyota Land Cruiser

New 2018 Toyota Land Cruiser

MSRP*: $84,315
Invoice*: $75,462

2018 Toyota Prius

New 2018 Toyota Prius

MSRP*: $23,475 to $30,565
Invoice*: $22,067 to $28,453

2018 Toyota Prius c

New 2018 Toyota Prius c

MSRP*: $20,630 to $24,965
Invoice*: $19,598 to $23,239

2018 Toyota Prius Prime

New 2018 Toyota Prius Prime

MSRP*: $27,100 to $33,100
Invoice*: $26,017 to $31,776

2018 Toyota RAV4

New 2018 Toyota RAV4

MSRP*: $24,510 to $36,250
Invoice*: $22,917 to $33,893

2018 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

New 2018 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

MSRP*: $27,235 to $34,130
Invoice*: $25,602 to $32,083

2018 Toyota Sequoia

New 2018 Toyota Sequoia

MSRP*: $48,400 to $67,335
Invoice*: $44,044 to $61,275

2018 Toyota Sienna

New 2018 Toyota Sienna

MSRP*: $30,750 to $48,615
Invoice*: $28,444 to $44,726

2018 Toyota Tacoma

New 2018 Toyota Tacoma

MSRP*: $25,200 to $41,520
Invoice*: $23,625 to $38,477

2018 Toyota Tundra

New 2018 Toyota Tundra

MSRP*: $31,120 to $50,130
Invoice*: $28,786 to $46,371

2018 Toyota Yaris

New 2018 Toyota Yaris

MSRP*: $15,635 to $18,260
Invoice*: $15,010 to $17,528

2018 Toyota Yaris iA

New 2018 Toyota Yaris iA

MSRP*: $15,950
Invoice*: $15,313

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Toyota Overview

Price Range (MSRP): $15,635 (Yaris) to $84,315 (Land Cruiser)

Toyota makes some of the most popular vehicles on the road. From subcompact hatchbacks to full-size trucks, Toyota has a vehicle for almost every competitive segment.

The tiny Yaris comes as a three- or five-door hatchback. It has a standard 106-hp, 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a four-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission.

Formerly known as the Scion iA, the Toyota Yaris iA is a compact sedan that bears little resemblance to the Yaris hatchback. However, it does come with the same 1.5-liter four-cylinder.

Renowned for its reliability and fuel efficiency, the Corolla is still one of America’s most popular cars.

The five-door Corolla iM is a rebadged Scion iM that is powered by a standard 137-hp, 1.8-liter four-cylinder paired to a six-speed manual or continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT).

Formerly known as the Scion FR-S, the Toyota 86 is a two-door sports coupe. It is powered by 205-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to six-speed manual or automatic and rear-wheel drive.

The midsize Camry family sedan receives a mid-cycle refresh that includes a sportier exterior.

The full-size Avalon sedan is powered by a standard 268-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 engine mated to a six-speed automatic.

For even larger families, the Sienna has seating for up to 8-passengers across three rows.

Toyota’s SUV lineup offers something for everyone.

The all-new C-HR is a subcompact SUV that is aggressively styled like the compact RAV4.

The same 3.5-liter direct-injection V-6 that is found in the Sienna is also available for the midsize Highlander SUV.

Rugged in appearance, the midsize 4Runner makes its return with a great selection of trim levels and configurations. 

The full-size Sequoia SUV is remains unchanged. It is powered by a 381-hp, 5.7-liter V-8 mated to a six-speed automatic.

The largest of Toyota’s SUVs is the Land Cruiser, which uses the same base engine as the Sequoia.

Like the 4Runner, the light-duty Tacoma truck comes with several different trims and configurations include the TRD Pro.

The full-size, heavy-duty Tundra uses the same 5.7-liter V-8 as the Sequoia and Sienna. The TRD Pro version should also make its return.

There are also hybrid versions of Toyota’s most popular gas-powered vehicles including the Camry Hybrid, Avalon Hybrid, RAV4 Hybrid, and Highlander Hybrid.

Speaking of hybrids, the Prius, Prius c, Prius v, and Prius Prime continue to offer unprecedented fuel efficiency.

As Toyota’s first hydrogen fuel vehicle, the Mirai impressively offers 300-miles of driving range on a single tank. The front-end has exaggeratedly large front fascia.

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*MSRP and Invoice prices displayed are for educational purposes only, do not reflect the actual selling price of a particular vehicle, and do not include applicable gas taxes or destination charges.