Gotta factor in the exclusivity of the ME. At only 200 units and it's exclusive exterior colors and interior features, I can see why it is priced where it is at.This pretty much what I called months back, other than the Moriso is over priced here. If this is legit, I feel that the Moriso is overpriced being that it’s a very stripped down version. Extra power or not, think about daily driving a hatch with no rear seats for additional friends/family, no rear speakers and a terrible sound system, as soon as the rain hits you’ll wish you had that rear wiper, and wait for the hot days when you want to roll down the rear windows and can’t. I would have guessed 45k.
After fees we’re roughly looking atCore - 35.9K
CE - 42.9K
ME - 49.9K
No idea if legit, just used the auto translator and looks like these guys are from USA and at the Press event
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Remember to take into account, that according to sources, all core models offered on Canada will be fully loaded cores, so the $36k USD core price won't be the same for you Canucks.Anyone know comparable cars with the same (USD) price and their CAD counterpart? Should give us an idea of CAD prices.
It was the ultimate sacrifice for the GRC Community as a whole! We salute you! R.I.P.I think someone might've lost the privilege getting invited to Toyota press events again 😂
Gotta factor in the exclusivity as well for the CE price over the standard core.I feel like these prices are all too high, but not to the point where Toyota is being overly greedy. And in 2022's environment of short supply and asinine inflation rates, fair pricing.
Was really hoping for a $5k spread between Core and Circuit. $7k is steep for no engine/transmission enhancements (other than the carbon roof & LSDs, the rest of the items that separate the two sub-models cost Toyota pennies on the dollar).