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2013 Prices for Corolla, Matrix, Sienna, Tacoma, Scion xD and iQ

2013 TACOMA AND LAND CRUISER 

For 2013, the Tacoma compact pickup now receives standard Display Audio (6.1 inch screen) and Daytime Running Lights on all models. The 2013 Tacoma Double-Cab 4×4’s and PreRunners with automatic transmission will offer a Limited Package that includes Softex® leather-like heated seats, sliding privacy rear glass, Display Audio with Entune and JBL, EC HomeLink rearview mirror, 18” chrome clad wheels with P265/60R18 tires, Limited badge, chrome fog lamp housings, door handles and outside mirrors.

The base MSRP for the 2013 Tacoma will range from $17,520 for the 4×2 Regular Cab with a four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual transmission to $28,090 for the 4×4 Double Cab V6 long-bed with a five-speed automatic. The MSRP’s reflect an average overall increase of $150 or (0.6 percent). The TRD Sport upgrade package has been discontinued for 2013MY.

The MSRP for the 2013 Land Cruiser has increased by $300 to $78,255 (0.4 percent). Pricing for the 2013 Land Cruiser becomes effective August 1.

The prices for the Corolla became effective July 9 with the start of 2013 production in Japan. North American Corolla production begins August 6, 2013. The new pricing for Matrix becomes effective August 7, while 2013 Sienna and Tacoma pricing takes effect with an August 6 start of production.

Toyota MSRPs do not include a delivery, processing and handling (DPH) fee of $795 for Toyota passenger cars, $845 for Toyota small/medium trucks and $995 for large trucks (Sequoia and Tundra only). The DPH fee for vehicles

distributed by Southeast Toyota (SET) and Gulf States Toyota (GST) may vary.

2013 SCION xD and iQ 

For 2013 the Scion xD receives additional driver and front passenger seat cushion airbags and improved one-step force limiters for the seat belts. The 2013 xD speedometer replaces a black gauge face with a white gauge face and revises the trim around the air conditioning control dials and cup holders. The xD exterior is revised with a smoked color headlight housing and an available two-tone exterior paint treatment that combines Blue Streak Metallic and Black Sand Pearl for the roof (pricing TBD). The 2013 Scion xD price has been increased by $400 to $16,545 (AT) and $15,745 (MT) for 2013 (2.5 percent for AT and 2.6 percent for MT). Pricing for the 2013 Scion xD becomes effective August 1.

For 2013, the Scion iQ which debuted last model year is updated with standard content that was previously optional. The front passenger under seat auxiliary tray, rear deck box cover and rear speakers are all now standard equipment. The 2013 Scion iQ MSRP has been increased by $120 to $15,385 or 0.8 percent. Pricing for the 2013 Scion iQ became effective July 2 with the start of production in Japan.

2013 COROLLA 

The popular Corolla compact sedan carries over with a new front grille design on all grades. The LE grade receives a chrome accented beltline along with its new chrome front grille. Inside, an upgraded Display Audio system is standard on the LE and S grade. The audio unit includes a 6.1-inch touchscreen, AM/FM CD player with MP3/WMA playback capability, six speakers, auxiliary audio jack, USB port with iPod® connectivity and control, vehicle information with customizable settings, hand-free phone capability, phone book access and music streaming via Bluetooth® wireless technology.

The MSRP for the 2013 Corolla will range from $16,230 for the L grade with a five-speed manual transmission to $19,060 for the S grade with a four-speed automatic. The MSRP’s reflect an average overall increase of $239 or 1.3 percent.

2013 MATRIX 

The versatile and sporty Toyota Matrix moves into 2013 continuing with two model grades, two powertrain offerings, available all-wheel drive and outstanding value. New standard audio systems offer greater capability and versatility for connectivity.

New for 2013, the Matrix base grade model gets a new standard audio system that features an AM/FM/CD head unit, SiriusXM Satellite Radio with 90 day free trial, six speakers and a USB port with iPod® connectivity. Bluetooth® wireless technology provides hands-free phone capability, music streaming and phonebook access, and automatic sound leveling adjusts for outside noise. The system also comes equipped with an auxiliary input jack.

Display Audio will be standard equipped on the 2013 Matrix S model. The Display Audio system includes a 6.1-in. touch-screen, AM/FM CD player with MP3/WMA playback capability, 6 speakers, auxiliary audio jack, USB port with

iPod® connectivity and control, and hands-free phone capability, phone book access and music streaming via Bluetooth® wireless technology.

The MSRP for the 2013 Matrix will range from $19,275 for the L grade with a five-speed manual transmission to $22,415 for the S grade all-wheel-drive with a four-speed automatic. The MSRP’s reflect an average overall increase of $521 or 2.6 percent.

2013 SIENNA 

The Toyota Sienna family van offers enhanced value for 2013 with new additions in most model grades. The four-cylinder engine has been discontinued, leaving the popular 266 horsepower 3.5-liter V6 as the sole powertrain choice. The roomy and versatile Sienna remains the only vehicle in its class to offer an all-wheel drive option.

For the 2013 model year, most grades of the Sienna gain new amenities and refinements. The popular LE grade adds easy-clean fabric seats throughout, along with a new eight-way power driver’s seat with lumbar support and a four-way power front passenger seat, and a three-zone automatic climate control system. The climate control system features a cabin air filter, along with individual temperature settings for the driver, front passenger and rear seat passengers. The rear passengers have a separate digital control panel.

The 2013 Sienna Limited gains a standard Blind Spot Monitor, and this feature is now also available as a standalone option on the SE and XLE grades.

The Sienna base MSRP will range from $26,450 for the Sienna grade seven-passenger with a six-speed automatic transmission to $41,240 for the Sienna all-wheel-drive Limited seven-passenger all-wheel-drive with a six-speed automatic. The MSRP’s reflect an average overall increase of $466 or 1.4 percent.

Destination, processing and handling (DPH) for all Scion models is $755. The DPH fee for vehicles distributed by Southeast Toyota (SET) and Gulf States Toyota (GST) may vary.

 

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