2012 Toyota Yaris priced from $14,115; Sequoia, Tundra, Sienna get pricing tweaks

August 9, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Filed under: Toyota Toyota announced pricing for several 2012 models, and while many MSRPs will rise, so will the number of standard features. The most notable price announcement is for the all-new 2012 Yaris , which will start at $14,115 (plus $760 in delivery costs) in three-door guise. That’s $950 more than the 2011 model, but Toyota points out that the base 2012 Yaris will come equipped with about $1,000 more equipment than the base 2011 model. The five-door SE model with a four-speed automatic transmission will top off the Yaris lineup at $17,200, up only $100 compared to the 2011 model. The SE five-door can also be had with a five-speed manual transmission for $16,400. Most Sequoia models are unchanged compared to 2011 pricing, with the entry trim level starting at $40,930 (plus $985 for shipping) and reaching all the way to $61,305. The only trim to receive a price increase is the Platinum model, which goes up $500. The 2012 Tundra does get a price bump across the entire lineup, which increases ranging from $340 to $390, depending on the trim level. The entry Tundra stickers for $27,115 (plus $985 for shipping) and the 4×4 CrewMax Limited starts at $43,345. The Sienna , which was all-new for the 2011 model year, also gets fresh pricing.

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Toyota announced pricing for several 2012 models, and while many MSRPs will rise, so will the number of standard features. The most notable price announcement is for the all-new 2012 Yaris, which will start at $14,115 (plus $760 in delivery costs) in three-door guise. That’s $950 more than the 2011 model, but Toyota points out that the base 2012 Yaris will come equipped with about $1,000 more equipment than the base 2011 model. The five-door SE model with a four-speed automatic transmission will top off the Yaris lineup at $17,200, up only $100 compared to the 2011 model. The SE five-door can also be had with a five-speed manual transmission for $16,400.

Most Sequoia models are unchanged compared to 2011 pricing, with the entry trim level starting at $40,930 (plus $985 for shipping) and reaching all the way to $61,305. The only trim to receive a price increase is the Platinum model, which goes up $500. The 2012 Tundra does get a price bump across the entire lineup, which increases ranging from $340 to $390, depending on the trim level. The entry Tundra stickers for $27,115 (plus $985 for shipping) and the 4×4 CrewMax Limited starts at $43,345.

The Sienna, which was all-new for the 2011 model year, also gets fresh pricing. The Sienna will continue to start at $24,520 (plus $810 shipping) for a front-wheel-drive base model, and will go as high as $40,570 for the all-wheel-drive Limited. Most prices change between $150 and $230, but for some reason the SE model is now up $2,090 to $33,440. Hit the jump to read over the Toyota press release.

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