DETROIT -- Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. raised the sticker prices on nine 2006 Toyota Division models. The price increases range from $150 to $385.
The 2006 4Runner SUV with a five-speed automatic transmission and V-6 engine starts at $28,200. A limited-edition, four-wheel-drive version with a V-8 engine is $38,950. The 4Runner's average increase was $150, the smallest in Toyota's announcement.
The seven-passenger Sienna minivan begins at $24,190 for the CE model. The high-end XLE all-wheel-drive model begins at $38,645. The XLE trim levels had the highest increase, rising $385.
A base Highlander SUV with a four-cylinder engine is $25,095; a V-6 limited-edition version starts at $32,425.
A regular-cab Tacoma pickup is priced at $14,345. The Tacoma Access Cab begins at $17,785 for a two-wheel drive. The double cab starts at $22,605.
The Tundra pickup begins at $16,720. An Access Cab is $23,185, while the Double Cab starts at $27,185. The Sequoia SUV begins at $33,385 for the SR5 trim.
Prices on Toyota cars also rose. The Corolla CE starts at $14,545, the Matrix is $15,650 and the Avalon begins at $27,165.
Prices include $565 shipping for the light trucks and $540 for the cars.
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