- The 2013 Corolla receives a new front grille, upgraded standard audio, and will retail from $17,025—an average increase of just 1.3 percent across all trims.
- Corolla stable mate, the 2013 Matrix, also receives upgraded standard audio and will reflect a 2.6-percent increase to a base price of $20,070.
- The biggest news for the 2013 Sienna minivan is that its 4-cylinder engine has been discontinued. The Sienna will MSRP at $27,245, an average increase of 1.4 percent over last year’s models.
- Toyota’s venerable Tacoma pickup receives an upgraded audio system with a 6.1-inch screen and daytime running lamps. Heated leather seats, a sliding privacy rear glass, JBL audio, and 18-inch wheels are available on higher trim levels, while the TRD Sport model has been discontinued. Overall, the 2013 Tacoma sees an average increase of just 0.6 percent, starting at $18,365.
- The MSRP for the not-a-Lexus 2013 Land Cruiser has been increased by 0.4 percent, and will start at $79,100, effective August 1.
- Lest you forget, Scion makes cars other than the FR-S. The 2013 xD receives front seat cushion airbags, new look speedometers, smoked headlight housings, and an available two-tone paint job. All this—and more—amounts to 2.5- and 2.6-percent average increase across the trims, beginning at $16,500.
- The base model iQ gets new goodies for 2013, including an auxiliary tray and rear speakers. The 0.8-percent average increase amounts to a $16,140 base price.
Toyota Announces Pricing on 2013 Corolla and Others
The automotive New Year is quickly approaching and 2013 models have already begun appearing in dealership showrooms. The summer sales season is typically a great time to shop for previous year bargains—or for the newest models. For those shopping the 2013 Toyota Corolla, Matrix, Sienna, Tacoma, and the Scion xD and iQ—your wait is over! Toyota today announced pricing on each of these mostly carryover models:
BMW has given an M badge to nearly every vehicle in its lineup.