Pricing levels for a bunch of Toyota models launched

Posted on Tuesday, 29 September 2009 , 18:09:10 byEmil

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Pricing levels for a bunch of Toyota models launched

The Japanese automaker Toyota has decided it was time to reveal the pricing levels for their 2010 models. Thus, Toyota decided to reveal the pricing levels for the Tacoma, Land Cruiser, Prius, Venza and the 4Runner.

The 2010 Toyota Prius will be available in five versions named after the Roman alphabet, I, II, III, IV and V. The base price of the 2010 Toyota Prius II, III and IV will be bigger by 1.6% percent which translates into about 400 dollars. Thus, the 2010 Toyota Prius I will have a base price of 23.150 dollars while the top of the range 2010 Toyota Prius V will have a base price of 28.420 dollars. Still, for those interested in buying an entire fleet of Toyota Prius models, the Japanese automaker promised that they will offer the Toyota Prius I for a price of 21.750 dollars, which is the same as the one of the 2009 model.

The 2010 Toyota Tacoma will have a bigger price of 0.8% which translates into a price increase of 175 dollars. The new prices for the 2010 Toyota Tacoma will replace the old ones starting from the 2nd of November this year. Thus, the base price for the Toyota Tacoma Regular Cab that comes with a four cylinder engine, a five speed manual transmission and a 4X2 drive system will be of 16.145 dollars while the top of the range 2010 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab that comes with a V6 engine, a five speed automatic gearbox and a 4X4 drive system will have a base price of 28.050 dollars.

The 2010 Toyota Land Cruiser will be more expensive by 1.9 percent in comparison to the 2009 model, which translates into a price bigger by 1215 dollars. The 2010 Toyota Land Cruiser will have standard equipment like rain sensing windshield wipers, an upgrade audio system with a standard USB port for iPod connectivity, grey factory privacy glass tint for the back seats and Bluetooth wireless technology. Thus, the 2010 Toyota Prius will have a base price of 66.770 dollars.

The 2010 Toyota Venza crossover (SUV?) will hit the market starting from November this year. The Toyota Venza will be more expensive by 1.1% in comparison to the 2009 model, which translates into a price bigger by 300 dollars. The basic equipment for the 2010 Toyota Venza will include music streaming via Bluetooth wireless technology, a USB port for iPod connectivity and hands free phone capability. Thus, the base price for the four cylinder front wheel drive Toyota Venza will be of 27.025 dollars while the V6 all wheel drive Toyota Venza will have a base price of 29.550 dollars.

The 2010 Toyota 4Runner will hit the market towards the end of October or the beginning of November. Still, the four cylinder Toyota 4Runner SR-5 will be available only starting from January the next year. The smallest base price for the 2010 Toyota 4Runner will be available for the two wheel drive SR5 that will come with a 2.7 liter engine that has an output of 157 horsepower for a basic price tag of 28.300 dollars while the top of the range 2010 Toyota 4Runner Limited that will come with a 4.0 liter V6 engine that has an output of 270 horsepower and a four wheel drive system will be available for a base price tag of 40.600 dollars.


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