Prices for the all-new fifth-generation 4Runner will range from $27,500 for the SR5 grade 4×2 with a four-cylinder engine to $39,800 for the Limited grade 4×4 V6. The pricing represents an excellent value as 4Runner starts with a price point more than $1,000 less than the current generation’s lowest price model.
The 2010 Venza will carry a base MSRP that will range from $26,275 for the four-cylinder front-wheel-drive model to $29,550 for the all-wheel-drive V6, reflecting an increase of $300, or an average of 1.1 percent. The Venza adds a USB port for iPod connectivity, hands-free phone capability and music streaming via Bluetooth wireless technology as standard equipment on all audio systems. The USB port allows the user to control the iPod through the Venza’s audio unit and steering wheel controls.
The 2010 Land Cruiser will carry a base MSRP of $65,970, an increase of $1,215, or 1.9 percent. For 2010, Land Cruiser will come standard with Toyota’s Safety Connect™ system. The Land Cruiser audio system adds a standard USB port for iPod connectivity through an auxiliary music source, and Bluetooth wireless technology. More changes for 2010 include grey factory privacy glass tint added to the rear hatch and rain-sensing windshield wipers
All 2010 Tacoma pickup trucks will receive a price adjustment increase of $175, or an average of 0.8 percent. The base MSRP will range from $15,345 for the Regular Cab four-cylinder 4×2 with a five-speed manual transmission to $27,250 for the Double Cab long bed 4×4 V6 with a five-speed automatic. The new MSRPs will become effective on November 2, 2009.
Sam Butto (310) 468-7728 or [email protected]
Craig Taguchi (310) 468-3282 or [email protected]