Toyota has announced plans to increase prices for three nameplates entering the 2017 model year.
The biggest jump is tied to the Toyota 86, formerly known as the Scion FR-S. The mid-cycle update delivers revised styling, upgraded interior materials and a retuned engine. The extra horsepower is limited to the manual version, which now fetches $27,120 (including $865 freight) — an increase of $950, or 3.8 percent, over the 2016 model year.
The Corolla has also been updated for 2017, celebrating the model’s 50th anniversary with a few aesthetic tweaks and new safety systems. The entry-level L trim has been adjusted upward by $600 to $19,365, while the top XLE and XSE packages have been discounted by $370 and $445, respectively.
The Corolla iM hatchback is also set for a price bump following its rebranding from the Scion iM. The six-speed manual edition now commands $19,615, while the CVT variant starts at $20,355.
The 2017 Toyota 86 and Corolla iM will arrive in showrooms this month, while the Corolla is slated to launch in early September.