Starting with the FJ, there are noteworthy upgrades for the 2012 (according to Toyota's own words) but pricing has increased by $200 or about 0.7 percent and now ranges from $25,990 for the 4x2 equipped with a five-speed automatic transmission to $27,580 for the 4x4 V6 automatic.
The latest Highlander in both regular and hybrid trims was redesigned in 2011 and carries over with no new features for 2012. Prices remain the same as last year meaning MSRPs for the gas model range from $28,090 for the Base 2WD four-cylinder with a six-speed automatic transmission to $37,045 for the Limited grade V6 with a five-speed automatic. The hybrid version's prices range from $38,140 for the Base 4WD to $43,795 for the Limited 4WD.
Finally, Toyota said the MSRP for the 2011 Land Cruiser has increased to $69,120, which reflects an increase of $200, or 0.3 percent.
Note that all the aforementioned MSRPs do not include a delivery, processing and handling (DPH) fee of $810.
*Note: 2011MY Highlander and FJ Pictured Below