2015 Toyota Ratings, Reviews and Awards

Toyota’s extensive line of cars, trucks, and SUVs makes it more difficult than some for the company to give a facelift to its lineup every year. However, Toyota’s changes in 2015 were surprisingly notable, offering new trim levels, style changes, and some tweaks to packages for a few of its most popular models. The Sequoia, Tundra, Highlander, and Corolla went mostly unchanged, but the Yaris and Camry entered the new year with virtually complete overhauls. New to the Yaris was an upgraded interior with better ambiance throughout the cabin, extra interior storage space, retuned suspension, and a longer wheelbase. The Camry sported a redesigned center console, a more muscular exterior, and several high-tech add-ons, including driver’s assistance alerts, adaptive cruise control, and a pre-collision system. The iconic Prius didn’t disappoint, either, debuting a new Special Edition trim with side-mirror turn signals, 17-inch wheels, and a now-standard rear backup camera.
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2015 Toyota models
4Runner
$34,110 - $44,520
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$34,110 - $44,520
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Avalon
$33,120 - $40,815
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$33,120 - $40,815
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Avalon Hybrid
$37,305 - $42,535
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$37,305 - $42,535
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Camry
$23,805 - $32,205
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$23,805 - $32,205
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Camry Hybrid
$27,625 - $30,815
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$27,625 - $30,815
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Corolla
$17,785 - $23,790
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$17,785 - $23,790
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Highlander
$30,665 - $45,040
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$30,665 - $45,040
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Highlander Hybrid
$48,750 - $51,240
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$48,750 - $51,240
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Land Cruiser
$81,150
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$81,150
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Prius
$24,050 - $30,840
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$24,050 - $30,840
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Prius c
$20,375 - $25,310
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$20,375 - $25,310
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Prius Plug-In
$30,825 - $35,740
MSRP
95 MPG
COMBINED
$30,825 - $35,740
MSRP
95 MPG
COMBINED
Prius v
$27,510 - $31,770
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$27,510 - $31,770
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
RAV4
$24,580 - $30,750
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$24,580 - $30,750
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Sequoia
$45,390 - $65,315
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$45,390 - $65,315
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Sienna
$29,600 - $47,150
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$29,600 - $47,150
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Tacoma
$21,865 - $38,515
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$21,865 - $38,515
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Tundra 2WD Truck
$29,705 - $46,120
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$29,705 - $46,120
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Tundra 4WD Truck
$32,755 - $49,170
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$32,755 - $49,170
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Venza
$29,965 - $40,840
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$29,965 - $40,840
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Yaris
$15,680 - $18,455
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
$15,680 - $18,455
MSRP
N/A MPG
COMBINED
Toyota’s extensive line of cars, trucks, and SUVs makes it more difficult than some for the company to give a facelift to its lineup every year. However, Toyota’s changes in 2015 were surprisingly notable, offering new trim levels, style changes, and some tweaks to packages for a few of its most popular models. The Sequoia, Tundra, Highlander, and Corolla went mostly unchanged, but the Yaris and Camry entered the new year with virtually complete overhauls. New to the Yaris was an upgraded interior with better ambiance throughout the cabin, extra interior storage space, retuned suspension, and a longer wheelbase. The Camry sported a redesigned center console, a more muscular exterior, and several high-tech add-ons, including driver’s assistance alerts, adaptive cruise control, and a pre-collision system. The iconic Prius didn’t disappoint, either, debuting a new Special Edition trim with side-mirror turn signals, 17-inch wheels, and a now-standard rear backup camera.
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