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2016 Toyota 4Runner

New 2016 Toyota 4Runner

MSRP: $34,010 to $44,360
Invoice: $31,289 to $40,810

2016 Toyota Avalon

New 2016 Toyota Avalon

MSRP: $32,650 to $40,450
Invoice: $29,385 to $36,406

2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

New 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

MSRP: $36,650 to $41,950
Invoice: $32,986 to $37,756

2017 Toyota Camry

New 2017 Toyota Camry See 2016

MSRP: $23,070 to $31,370
Invoice: $21,109 to $28,547

2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid

New 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid See 2016

MSRP: $26,790 to $30,140
Invoice: $24,647 to $27,729

2017 Toyota Corolla

New 2017 Toyota Corolla See 2016

MSRP: $18,500 to $22,680
Invoice: $17,484 to $21,000

2016 Toyota Highlander

New 2016 Toyota Highlander

MSRP: $30,490 to $44,990
Invoice: $27,837 to $41,077

2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

New 2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

MSRP: $47,870 to $50,485
Invoice: $43,705 to $46,094

2016 Toyota Land Cruiser

New 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser

MSRP: $83,825
Invoice: $75,024

2016 Toyota Prius

New 2016 Toyota Prius

MSRP: $24,200 to $30,000
Invoice: $22,748 to $27,927

2016 Toyota Prius c

New 2016 Toyota Prius c

MSRP: $19,560 to $24,495
Invoice: $18,582 to $22,802

2017 Toyota Prius v

New 2017 Toyota Prius v See 2016

MSRP: $26,675 to $30,935
Invoice: $24,833 to $28,798

2017 Toyota RAV4

New 2017 Toyota RAV4 See 2016

MSRP: $24,910 to $36,150
Invoice: $23,291 to $33,800

2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

New 2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

MSRP: $28,370 to $33,610
Invoice: $26,667 to $31,593

2016 Toyota Sequoia

New 2016 Toyota Sequoia

MSRP: $45,325 to $65,080
Invoice: $41,247 to $59,224

2017 Toyota Sienna

New 2017 Toyota Sienna See 2016

MSRP: $29,750 to $47,310
Invoice: $27,519 to $43,523

2017 Toyota Tacoma

New 2017 Toyota Tacoma See 2016

MSRP: $24,120 to $40,760
Invoice: $22,613 to $37,759

2017 Toyota Tundra

New 2017 Toyota Tundra See 2016

MSRP: $30,020 to $50,030
Invoice: $27,768 to $46,277

2016 Toyota Yaris

New 2016 Toyota Yaris

MSRP: $14,895 to $16,930
Invoice: $14,299 to $16,253

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Toyota Overview

Price Range (MSRP): $14,485 (Yaris) to $79,605 (Land Cruiser)

Toyota is the largest of the Japanese automakers and for 2015 its lineup mostly stands pat but there are a few exciting changes, most notably to the Camry midsize sedan.

We’ll start at the bottom with the smallest car of the bunch, the Yaris subcompact. For 2015, the hatchback gets new exterior and interior styling, with a large front grille and sharp headlight clusters up front.

Next up is the Corolla, a perennial worldwide best-seller that got a much needed complete redesign in 2014. The redesign recharged the Corolla with new styling and mechanical improvements, including a new CVT that improves fuel economy (all the way up to 42 mpg highway on some models). Bluetooth connectivity and a USB/iPod port are standard.

Though it got a full redesign just two years ago, Toyota gave the Camry a major update for 2015 that includes a more expressive exterior highlighted by a large black grille and new technology options including an available wireless charging pad. The interior materials have also been upgraded giving the cabin added refinement. These changes are shared by the Camry Hybrid, which offers added fuel efficiency (up to 41 combined mpg).

The full-size Avalon offers luxury car features and amenities at a non-luxury price with leather upholstery, heated front seats, USB/Bluetooth connectivity, and a rearview camera now standard on all trim levels. For those that want full-size comfort without sacrificing fuel efficiency, the Avalon Hybrid might be more your flavor.
Toyota has been adding more and more models to the Prius family and now has four members: the Prius, Prius v, Prius c, and the Prius Plug-In. The smallest (Prius c) and largest (Prius V) members of the family get updates for 2015 that include updated exterior styling and new standard features, but the same sky high fuel economy.

Speaking of families, the Sienna minivan seats up to eight passengers and is filled with family friendly amenities. It also gets slight updates for 2015 including new headlights and revised climate controls.

Toyota’s lineup is also well populated with various crossovers and SUVs. The smallest is the flexible RAV4, which offers plenty of utility, fuel economy (31 mpg highway), and 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 were redesigned last year, adding more interior space for passengers (enough to expand seating capacity to eight) and engaging styling.

Toyota also offers a pair 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.

The full-size Land Cruiser combines ruggedness with a luxurious interior that will keep you comfortable no matter the conditions outside. Rounding things out is the full-size Sequoia, the largest SUV Toyota makes.

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 offers V-6 or V-8 power, and a long list of safety features like Smart Stop brake override technology, a rearview monitor, and eight airbags all standard.

The FJ Cruiser has been discontinued for 2015.

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