Seven 2007 Models from Toyota get price adjustment
Toyota announced new manufacturer’s suggested retail prices (MSRP) today for seven models in its Toyota vehicle lineup.
The price adjustment for the seven models reflects an average MSRP increase of $136, or 0.7 percent. Toyota models, and their average MSRP increase, include: the Yaris subcompact sedan and hatchback, $100 or 0.8 percent; the Corolla compact sedan, $100 or 0.6 percent; the FJ Cruiser sport utility vehicle (SUV), $200 or 0.9 percent; the Matrix crossover utility vehicle, $150 or 0.9 percent; the Camry mid-size sedan (excluding the hybrid version), $200 or 0.9 percent; the RAV4 compact SUV, $100 or 0.4 percent; and the Tacoma pickup truck, $100 or 0.5 percent.
For models sourced from Japan, updated pricing will be effective with vessels arriving on or after January 15, 2007. For models sourced from North America, new pricing will apply to vehicles built on or after January 15, 2007.