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2014 Toyota 4Runner

New 2014 Toyota 4Runner

MSRP: $32,820 to $43,400
Invoice: $30,193 to $39,928

2014 Toyota Avalon

New 2014 Toyota Avalon

MSRP: $31,590 to $39,900
Invoice: $28,431 to $35,910

2014 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

New 2014 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

MSRP: $35,805 to $41,650
Invoice: $32,224 to $37,486

2014 Toyota Camry

New 2014 Toyota Camry

MSRP: $22,235 to $30,465
Invoice: $20,345 to $27,723

2014 Toyota Camry Hybrid

New 2014 Toyota Camry Hybrid

MSRP: $26,140 to $27,945
Invoice: $24,049 to $25,709

2014 Toyota Corolla

New 2014 Toyota Corolla

MSRP: $16,800 to $21,300
Invoice: $15,876 to $19,722

2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser

New 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser

MSRP: $27,680 to $29,270
Invoice: $25,743 to $27,221

2014 Toyota Highlander

New 2014 Toyota Highlander

MSRP: $29,215 to $43,590
Invoice: $26,673 to $39,798

2014 Toyota Land Cruiser

New 2014 Toyota Land Cruiser

MSRP: $79,605
Invoice: $71,246

2014 Toyota Prius

New 2014 Toyota Prius

MSRP: $24,200 to $30,005
Invoice: $22,748 to $27,930

2014 Toyota Prius c

New 2014 Toyota Prius c

MSRP: $19,080 to $23,360
Invoice: $18,127 to $21,746

2014 Toyota Prius Plug-in

New 2014 Toyota Prius Plug-in

MSRP: $29,990 to $34,905
Invoice: $28,791 to $33,509

2014 Toyota Prius v

New 2014 Toyota Prius v

MSRP: $26,750 to $30,395
Invoice: $24,902 to $28,295

2014 Toyota RAV4

New 2014 Toyota RAV4

MSRP: $23,550 to $29,720
Invoice: $22,020 to $27,787

2014 Toyota Sequoia

New 2014 Toyota Sequoia

MSRP: $44,095 to $64,020
Invoice: $40,127 to $58,257

2014 Toyota Sienna

New 2014 Toyota Sienna

MSRP: $26,920 to $41,710
Invoice: $24,900 to $38,373

2014 Toyota Tacoma

New 2014 Toyota Tacoma

MSRP: $18,125 to $28,385
Invoice: $17,162 to $26,297

2014 Toyota Tundra

New 2014 Toyota Tundra

MSRP: $26,200 to $47,600
Invoice: $24,366 to $44,030

2014 Toyota Venza

New 2014 Toyota Venza

MSRP: $27,950 to $39,570
Invoice: $25,575 to $36,008

2014 Toyota Yaris

New 2014 Toyota Yaris

MSRP: $14,430 to $16,540
Invoice: $13,853 to $15,877

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Toyota Overview

For 2014, Toyota, one of the world's largest automakers, introduces major changes to several models including complete redesigns of the Corolla and RAV4, two of the best-selling models in any segment.

There are Corollas everywhere, in every corner of the world. It gets a complete redesign for 2014, with brand new, bold exterior styling and a slew of interior upgrades. A new CVT improves fuel economy (all the way up to 42 mpg highway on some models), while slightly increased length and width increases interior room, especially for rear seat passengers. Bluetooth connectivity and a USB/iPod port are standard.

The Yaris subcompact was redesigned in 2012 and the diminutive hatchback offers air conditioning and auxiliary/USB jacks standard.

Toyota’s Camry midsize sedan soldiers on atop the sales charts. Its sharp exterior styling is highlighted by prominent bumpers and sharply angled taillights. Ten airbags come standard. The Camry Hybrid offers extra efficiency, which now features 41 combined mpg.

The full-size Avalon was completely redesigned last year, with modern, aggressive styling that renders it anonymous no more. It also adds standard features for 2014, with a rearview camera now standard on all trim levels. Much like the Camry, the Avalon has a hybrid model which adds even more fuel savings to the mix.

Toyota has been adding more and more members to the Prius family and now has four members: the Prius, Prius v, Prius c, and the Prius Plug-In. There is now a Prius for everyone - the Prius v adds on cargo and passenger room which makes it more ideal for families while the Prius c is a more minimalist solution for those looking for a commuter car or an urban specialist. The Prius Plug-in can operate on electricity alone for a short range (11 miles), so many small journeys will require no gas at all.

Speaking of families, the Sienna minivan seats up to eight passengers and is filled with family friendly amenities.

Toyota’s lineup is also well populated with various crossovers and SUVs. The smallest is the flexible RAV4, which was also redesigned in 2013. It offers plenty of utility, fuel economy (31 mpg highway), and plenty of standard features.

The Venza, a uniquely styled wagon/crossover, combines practicality with a sleek futuristic appearance.

The midsize Highlander and the eco-friendly Highlander Hybrid are being redesigned for 2014 and will roll to dealerships at the beginning of 2014. More details will be added as they become available.

Toyota also offers a trio of very capable off-road SUVs. The 4Runner seats up to seven passengers (the third-row is optional) and a pair of available four-wheel drive systems that make the 4Runner at home even in rugged terrain. For 2014, the 4Runner gets subtly altered exterior styling and some new interior features, including a new instrument cluster and a restyled center console.

There is also the FJ Cruiser which stands out with its white roof, hidden rear doors, and excellent ground clearance. Step up to the full-size Land Cruiser and its standard V-8, which combines ruggedness with a luxurious interior that will keep you comfortable no matter what is going on outside. Rounding things out is the full-size Sequoia, the largest SUV Toyota makes, which adds trailer-sway control as standard equipment.

A pair of durable pickup trucks complete Toyota’s lineup in the form of the midsize Tacoma and the full-size Tundra. The Tacoma is very versatile; a variety of cab and bed configurations along with several different available packages mean that whether you’re looking for a truck that’s more capable off-road or better suited for work applications, the Tacoma has you covered.

The Tundra full-size pickup gets a slew of updates, including a new grille and front exterior design, and a redesigned interior which now houses a long list of premium options. Choose between V-6 and V-8 power, and drive securely with a long list of added safety features like Smart Stop brake override technology, a rearview monitor, and eight airbags all standard.

The Matrix has been discontinued for 2014.

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