Toyota raises prices on 2012 Corolla, Tundra and Lexus models in the U.S. image

Toyota announced 2012 model prices for a number of vehicles, including the Corolla and Matrix compacts, Tundra pickup truck and Venza and Highlander crossovers.

Prices vary depending on engine size, transmission type and drivetrain. 2012 Toyota Corolla models are now more expensive by 1.2 percent to 1.8 percent, with prices varying between $16,980 and $19,580, $760 delivery charge included.

The price of the 2012 Tundra regular cab pickup increased between 2.4 and 3 percent, but the vehicle’s standard equipment now includes 18-inch styled steel wheels, windshield wiper deicer, daytime running lights, front and rear mud guards and heated power outside mirrors. The 2012 Tundra now costs between $26,130 and $31,655, including a $975 delivery fee.

Other variants of the Tundra, like the Double Cab and CrewMax are now $250 more expensive. The Double Cab is priced between $28,340 and $42,035, while the CrewMax now starts at $31,310 and can cost up to $44,570.

The 2012 Venza crossover, which will come in three trim levels (LE, XLE and Limited) will be priced between $28,235 and $38,725, including a $810 delivery fee. Toyota announced some Lexus models will also see increases of $500. All prices are expected to take effect when production begins on December 5.