New and Used Toyota Prices

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(Model years 2018 - 1965 including exotics and classic cars)
The 4Runner is synonymous with the Toyota nameplate, known for being one of the most reliable SUVs on or off the road.
Sleek styling that’s built from the ground-up for customization combines with robust tech features and speed to make an 86 that’s memorable.
Toyota’s Avalon offers a roomy interior, signature reliability and technology aplenty.
The C-HR is a new compact crossover wagon from Toyota.
The best-selling Corolla comes with loaded with standard features for 2018.
The Corolla iM picks up exactly where the discontinued Scion iM left off.
The Highlander has cemented a standing as one of the most reliable and feature-rich SUVs on the road.
The Toyota Prius C is a comfortable and economical ride that delivers more features than you’d expect.
The RAV4 has inspired a loyal and longstanding fanbase, cementing a surefire position in the small-size SUV market.
The Sequoia is one of the best-selling and most versatile trucks in the Toyota lineup.
The Sienna remains a best-selling minivan, in spite of the fact that it has not been redesigned in more than seven years.
The compact Yaris gives drivers an economical and eco-friendly way to get from point A to B.
The Yaris iA is an upgraded version of Toyota’s popular Yaris compact car.

Toyota Prices & Values: Many Toyota vehicles are manufactured in the U.S., in Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi and Toyota's TX plant. Toyota earned its reputation for reliable vehicles, including the Camry, Highlander, Corolla, Avalon and Tundra -- and the newest model, the Toyota Avalon hybrid. Toyota has taken the role as the number one car manufacturer in the world and is also a leader in the hybrid vehicle market -- w/ the Toyota Prius. See all Toyota prices below or browse the latest Toyota deals.