[TORONTO, ONTARIO] Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) announced it will offer Canadians more than a dozen new or significantly refreshed Toyota and Lexus models in the coming year. The first of these vehicles to be released include the 2011 Toyota Highlander and Highlander Hybrid and the refreshed 2011 Lexus IS series.
The 2011 Toyota Highlander and Highlander Hybrid feature updated styling and performance upgrades and new competitive pricing. The 2011 Highlander's MSRP starts at $31,500, its lowest ever and a $1,750 reduction from 2010 models. What's more, the vehicle now comes equipped with more standard features.
Toyota Canada also announced a Touring Extra Value Package for 2011 RAV4. This adds a power moonroof, unique wheels, an upgraded stereo with steering wheel-mounted audio controls, XM Satellite Radio capability and six-disc CD changer, premium cloth seats, and more options valued at almost $3,000 but priced at only $1765, delivering tremendous value to RAV4 drivers.
Quality. It's what every Toyota has in common. From the hood to the trunk, and everything in-between, quality is built right in. We build it in because vehicles can't be renowned for their reliability and durability without it. In fact, over 80% of Toyotas sold in Canada in the last 20 years are still on the road today*.
* Based on R. L. Polk Canada, Inc. Canadian Vehicle In Operation data as of July 1, 2008, for model years 1989-2008. Actual longevity of any vehicle will vary based upon operating conditions.