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2020 Toyota 4Runner

New 2020 Toyota 4Runner See 2019

MSRP*: $36,020 to $49,765
Invoice*: $33,137 to $45,784

2019 Toyota 86

New 2019 Toyota 86

MSRP*: $26,655 to $32,420
Invoice*: $25,323 to $30,798

2020 Toyota Avalon

New 2020 Toyota Avalon See 2019

MSRP*: $35,800 to $42,500
Invoice*: $32,220 to $38,251

2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

New 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

MSRP*: $36,650 to $42,950
Invoice*: $32,986 to $38,656

2019 Toyota C-HR

New 2019 Toyota C-HR

MSRP*: $21,145 to $26,200
Invoice*: $19,770 to $24,497

2020 Toyota Camry

New 2020 Toyota Camry See 2019

MSRP*: $24,295 to $35,000
Invoice*: $22,229 to $31,850

2019 Toyota Camry Hybrid

New 2019 Toyota Camry Hybrid

MSRP*: $28,400 to $32,975
Invoice*: $26,128 to $30,338

2020 Toyota Corolla

New 2020 Toyota Corolla

MSRP*: $19,600 to $25,550
Invoice*: $18,522 to $23,657

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback

New 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback

MSRP*: $20,140 to $23,140
Invoice*: $18,648 to $21,426

2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid

New 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid

MSRP*: $23,100
Invoice*: $21,389

2019 Toyota Highlander

New 2019 Toyota Highlander

MSRP*: $31,830 to $47,510
Invoice*: $29,060 to $43,378

2019 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

New 2019 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

MSRP*: $37,520 to $49,180
Invoice*: $34,256 to $44,903

2019 Toyota Land Cruiser

New 2019 Toyota Land Cruiser

MSRP*: $85,165
Invoice*: $76,222

2020 Toyota Prius

New 2020 Toyota Prius See 2019

MSRP*: $24,200 to $32,375
Invoice*: $22,748 to $30,139

2019 Toyota Prius c

New 2019 Toyota Prius c

MSRP*: $21,530 to $22,955
Invoice*: $20,454 to $21,369

2020 Toyota Prius Prime

New 2020 Toyota Prius Prime See 2019

MSRP*: $27,750 to $33,650
Invoice*: $26,641 to $32,304

2019 Toyota RAV4

New 2019 Toyota RAV4

MSRP*: $25,650 to $35,050
Invoice*: $23,983 to $32,772

2019 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

New 2019 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

MSRP*: $27,850 to $35,850
Invoice*: $26,180 to $33,700

2019 Toyota Sequoia

New 2019 Toyota Sequoia

MSRP*: $49,050 to $67,985
Invoice*: $44,636 to $61,867

2020 Toyota Sienna

New 2020 Toyota Sienna See 2019

MSRP*: $31,565 to $49,340
Invoice*: $29,197 to $45,394

2020 Toyota Tacoma

New 2020 Toyota Tacoma See 2019

MSRP*: $26,050 to $46,665
Invoice*: $24,422 to $43,230

2020 Toyota Tundra

New 2020 Toyota Tundra See 2019

MSRP*: $33,425 to $52,780
Invoice*: $30,918 to $48,822

2020 Toyota Yaris Sedan

New 2020 Toyota Yaris Sedan See 2019

MSRP*: $15,650 to $18,750
Invoice*: $15,025 to $18,001

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Toyota Overview

Price Range (MSRP): $15,450 (Yaris Sedan) to $85,015 (Land Cruiser)

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

Formerly known as the Yaris iA, the Toyota Yaris Sedan is a subcompact is powered standard 106-hp, 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a four-speed manual transmission or four-speed automatic.

Renowned for its reliability and fuel efficiency, the Corolla is still one of America’s most popular cars. It is powered by a standard 132-hp, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a two-speed, continuously variable automatic transmission.

The five-door Corolla Hatchback is powered by a standard 137-hp, 1.8-liter four-cylinder paired to a six-speed manual or continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Maximum cargo capacity is 17.8 cubic feet with the rear seat folded down.

The Toyota 86 is a rear-wheel drive, two-door sports coupe that is powered by 205-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. It comes with either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.

Seven trim levels are offered for the popular, mid-size Camry family sedan.

Redesigned for 2019, the full-size Avalon sedan receives a dramatic, wide-mouth grille on the front-end. It is powered by a standard 301-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 engine mated to an eight-speed automatic.

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

Toyota’s SUV lineup offers something for everyone.

The C-HR is a subcompact SUV that is aggressively styled like its bigger brother – the compact RAV4 SUV. This year, the RAV4 has been redesigned with more rugged look. Powering the RAV4 is a 203-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.

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

Rugged in appearance, the mid-size 4Runner has 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, 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.

The Prius v and Yaris have been discontinued.

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