The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently announced the official price list for the 2013 Highlander, 4Runner, Sequoia, FJ Cruiser and Tundra.
According to the car manufacturer, the 2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is now coming with standard navigation and the base model can be bought starting at 39,970 USD, while the Limited grade starts at 46,170 USD. The prices have increased by more than 1,500 USD. The non-hybrid Highlander versions start at 28,870 USD for the front-wheel drive version and for the all-wheel drive V6 they can reach 39,250 USD.
The 2013 Toyota 4Runner is coming with three rows of seats and for the updated version, the all-wheel drive transfer-case on the SR5 is now activated by a button, giving it a modern feel. The USB port has been relocated from the glove compartment to the center stack and this is now more accessible. Prices for the 2013 4Runner start at $31,340 for the SR5 two-wheel drive and they can go up to $40,880 for the Limited 4×4.
The 2013 Toyota Sequoia is based on the Tundra and it’s also coming with three rows of seats. The Sequoia is getting an aggressive style and the carmaker says that its perfect for families who abhor minivans and this is probably why the company has fitted it with a rear-seat Blue-ray video system. The Sequoia is getting a 5.7 liter V8 with 381 HP and prices for the model start at $41,995 for the SR5 4×2 and they go up to $62,570 for the Platinum 4×4.
The Toyota Tundra is closely “related” to the Sequoia and the 4×2 Regular Cab, equipped with a 4-liter V6 engine starts at $25,355, while the Limited CrewMax 4×4 5.7-liter V8 is priced at 42,795 USD.
The 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser has been designed for off-roading and it’s been around since 2007. The model is a competitor for the Jeep Wrangler and, since the Chrysler-made model is updating rarely, the Japanese vehicle might have gotten the advantage here. The 2013 Toyota FJ Cruiser starts at 26,880 USD for the two-wheel drive while the all-wheel drive version is priced from $28,470.