Toyota Cuts Prices in Australia

Battered last year by the severe financial crisis, Japanese carmaker Toyota released a full list of prices to be modified in Australia, with overall savings ranging in between AU$350 and AU$2,770. There are, however, a few models which will get a price tag showing a bigger number than today. The biggest increase in price will be seen on the Land Cruiser 200, which will get an extra AU$1,000.

"The new prices take into account the increased specification and the impact of the tariff reduction on passenger cars that applies from January 1,” Toyota said in a statement quoted by GoAuto.

Below is the list of the price difference on the models of the Japanese carmaker. The models which are not included remain the same:

  • Aurion +AU$500
  • Corolla Sedan Ascent  -AU$350
  • Corolla Sedan Conquest  -AU$1,000
  • Corolla Sedan Ultima  -AU$1,300
  • Yaris YR & YRS Hatch  -AU$650
  • Yaris YRX Hatch  -AU$800
  • Yaris YRS Sedan  -AU$690
  • Yaris YRX Sedan  -AU$850
  • HiAce Commuter Bus  +AU$500
  • Kluger  -AU$500
  • Land Cruiser 70  +AU$600
  • Land Cruiser 200  +AU$1,000
  • Tarago 4cyl. Gli  -AU$2,260
  • Tarago 4cyl. GLX  -AU$2,160
  • Tarago V6 Gli  -AU$2,160
  • Tarago V6 GLX  -AU$2,160
  • Tarago V6 Ultima  -AU$2,770

As for the cars not on the above list, the RAV4 is now in between $300 and $500 more expensive than last year, while the Hilux, Prius, Avensis, Coaster and Prado have the same price as last year.
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