Toyota Canada says its dealers should get used to new sheet metal as it plans to offer Canadians more than “a dozen new or significantly refreshed Toyota and Lexus models” in 2011.
The move to revamp its stock starts with refreshed versions of the 2011 Toyota Highlander and Highlander Hybrid along with a refreshed 2011 Lexus IS series.
For the Highlander, the new look also comes with a new price tag of $31,500 or $1,750 lower than the 2010 model.
Toyota Canada also announced a Touring Extra Value Package for 2011 RAV4 that will add a power moonroof, new wheels, an upgraded stereo with steering wheel-mounted audio controls, XM Satellite Radio capability and six-disc CD changer.
“Options valued at almost $3,000 but priced at only $1765,” the company said in a release on its website.
Lexus Canada is also bringing new products and pricing to market for the 2011 model year.
All IS series sedans have been refreshed with new styling and additional features for an MSRP 6.5 per cent lower than the current model.