Toyota is making some changes to the 2014 Camry and Rav4, and has introduced new technology on both vehicles. Added to that, pricing has been revised for both vehicles. These new options don’t come cheap, which the new prices will show.
For the 2014.5 Toyota Camry, the automaker has added a standard backup camera for all models, as well as the next-generation Entune Audio. The new audio system comes standard for most models, while the Plus edition is only standard on the XLE and XLE Hybrid; for $615, you can option it on the LE. If that isn’t enough technology for you, Entune Premium Audio with Nav and App Suite is available for $1,300 on the SE and SE Sport, $685 on the XLE and XLE Hybrid, and comes standard on the XLE V-6. For those needing even better audio systems, the Entune Premium JBL Audio with Nav and App Suite is available for $805 on the SE V-6 and XLE V-6, or $1,490 on the XLE and XLE Hybrid.
Jumping to the the 2014 Toyota RAV4, the new Entune Audio Plus comes standard on the SLE model, and can be optioned for $615 on the LE. Entune Premium Audio with Nav and App Suite is standard on the Limited, but will cost you $585 more on the XLE model. IF you want the Entune Premium JBL Audio with Nav and App Suite, you’ll only be able to get it on the Limited model, and that’s after you fork out an additional $785.
Pricing has also changed for the new models, and the 2014.5 Toyota Camry starts at $22,425, before the $810 destination and handling charge, showing an increase of almost $200. The lineup tops out at $28,625 for the Hybrid XLE, which has increased by $955. If the 2014 RAV4 is more your style, the LE 4X2 starts at $23,550 before an $860 destination and handling charge, which has increased $250 over the previous model year. The top-of-the-line Limited 4X4 will cost you $29,720, an increase of $1,310.