TOYOTA WILL INCREASE THEIR NEW CAR PRICES FROM 1ST OF JULY

 

 

The latest car news Toyota Australia is planning to increase their new car prices across 16 of their Toyota car models. The weakness of the Australian dollar is contributing to the price increase for most Japanese cars and European cars.

 

 

The exchange rate of the Australian Dollar is dropping which impact the prices of imported new cars to increase, furthermore, we don’t have any cars manufactured locally and car brands are increasing their prices in order to offset the drop of the Australian Dollar.

 

 

Toyota will increase their prices by up to $1,300 and Hybrid cars will see a higher increase than petrol cars as sales of Toyota Hybrid cars are increasing.

Check the list of price increases of Toyota cars starting from 1st of July 2020:

Toyota Corolla Petrol Hatchback and Sedan: increased by $560

Toyota Corolla Hybrid Hatchback and Sedan: increased by $1,060

Toyota Prius: increased by $800

Toyota 86: increased by $740

Toyota Camry Petrol: increased by $700

Toyota Camry Hybrid: increased by $1,200

Toyota Rav4 Petrol and Hybrid: increased by $1,300

Toyota Land Cruiser 200: increased by $1,170

Toyota HiAce: increased by $1,100

Toyota C-HR: increased by $750