After updating the prices of thein Malaysia, UMW Toyota Motor (UMWT) has now followed suit with other models in its lineup.
One of those models is thewhich will be priced higher from January 3, 2023. The base 1.8G now retails at RM130,400 (+RM2,097), followed by the 1.8V at RM137,400 (+RM2,971) and the top-spec 1.8 Hybrid at RM142,000 (+RM2,009).
TheThe range is also more expensive by RM5,000 across its three available variants, with the 2.4 AT 4×4 now priced at RM184,880, the 2.8 VRZ AT 4×4 at RM225,880, while the only variant of Petrol costs RM191,880.
On, where four variants of the pickup (2.4 Single Cab 4×4 MT, 2.4E 4×4 AT, 2.4V 4×4 AT and 2.8 Rogue 4×4 AT) see their prices revised upwards by RM3,000. This brings the workhorse option closer to the RM100,000 mark, while the top-of-the-range slides past the RM150,000 point.
Meanwhile, the 2.4E 4×4 MT which replaced the previous 2.4G MT 4×4 gets a price increase from RM2,000 to RM112,880. Another commercial vehicle that is more expensive with the new year is the Hiace panel van, which has risen by RM5,000 to RM113,000. The prices mentioned here are en route without insurance.
Beyond these changes and what we’ve already reported on the Corolla and Camry, the rest of the lineup appears to remain largely unchanged. By that, we mean the, , Y Keep the same prices as before. However, a special mention should be made for certain models like the Rush and Harrier.
As posted on the Toyota Malaysia website, the two SUVs are still listed with their 2022 price lists. Heit was improved last October, where it received a price increase, as well as a new variant in the form of the Luxury SE.
As toits last price review occurred when the , whose prices for its 1.5G and 1.5S variants increased by RM4686 and RM5115 respectively. It should be noted that Alphard and Vellfire MPVs are not on the website, while GR cars like the GR Yaris and GR Supra are still listed but without prices.