Neither Avensis nor Previa, relaunched in July and August respectively, are affected. A Toyota spokesman said: 'Substantial value improvements were made on each product versus the outgoing models and therefore prices remain unchanged.' Yaris, however, comes down by £450 across the range, as does the Yaris Verso mini-MPV. Corolla prices have been cut by between £1,000 and £1,500.
The new Celica 1.8, introduced in November last year, takes a reduction of £2,260 to £16,995 for the standard model and by the same amount to £18,495 for the Premium Pack version. MR2 Roadster drops by £500, as do the NV and NRG grades of RAV4. GX and VX versions of Toyota's sports utility vehicle come down by £800, while £2,500 and £3,000 have been lopped off Land Cruiser Colorado and Amazon prices respectively.