The 2012 Toyota Matrix, also known as the Toyota Corolla Matrix, carries on unchanged into the new model year which includes pricing. Pricing starts at $19,605 for the base L model and tops out at $22,475 for the Matrix S with all-wheel drive. Pricing includes the $760 destination and handling.
Pricing splits on the 2012 Toyota Venza crossover depending upon model. Offered in the same three-model breakdown like most Toyota vehicles, pricing for the base 2012 Venza LE starts at $28,185, an increases of $240 from 2011. Pricing for the mid-level XLE, on the other hand, drops by $880 to $30,585 starting price while the top-of-the-line Venza Limited falls by $460 to start at $37,225. All prices include $760 for destination and handling.
The 2012 Toyota Corolla now starts at $16,890, a $230 price increase from last year’s model, with the popular mid-level LE trim starting out $310 higher at $18,670. All prices include $760 for destination and handling.
The popular 2012 Toyota Tundra Regular Cab saw the highest price increase at $720 from last year’s model, a jump ranging from 2.4 percent to 3.0 percent depending on model. Other Tundra models saw a slight $250 price hike.
The 2012 Toyota Highlander SUV sees a $150 price increase from last year’s pricing and starts at $29,050 except the Highlander Hybrid which sees a $400 hike. Finally, fans of the unique 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser will have to pony up an extra $125 for the SUV, which starts at $26,925. All prices include $810 for destination and handling.
The Lexus LS flagship gets a $500 price jump for 2012 with the starting price of $68,505. Same with the 2012 Lexus CT 200h Premium, which now starts at $32,625. Pricing for the base CT 200h, interestingly, remains the same as last year’s model. Pricing includes $875 for destination and handling.