I know "a little bit" is not a technical term, but when the price increases are 50 bucks for all three Scion models and the highest increase is $300 on the 4 Runner, I can't think of a better term. Click through the link for all 15 model's price increases.



The price adjustment for 15 selected Toyota and Scion models reflects an average Manufacturer?s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) increase of $142, or 0.6%. Scion models receive the following average MSRP increase: the xA, $50 or 0.4 percent, the xB, $50 or 0.4 percent and the tC, $50 or 0.3 percent.


Toyota models, and their average MSRP increase, include: the Sequoia, $100 or 0.3 percent, the Tundra, $100 or 0.4 percent, the Camry Solara, $100 or 0.4 percent, the Land Cruiser, $300 or 0.5 percent, the Matrix, $100 or 0.6%, the Corolla, $100 or 0.7 percent, the Camry, $150 or 0.7 percent, the Sienna, $200 or 0.8 percent, the Highlander, $200 or 0.8%, the Echo, $100 or 0.9 percent, the RAV), $200 or 1.0 percent and the 4Runner, $300 or 1.0 percent.


The price adjustment on all 15 models will take effect on February 7.


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