The 2024 Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series: Setting New Price Records in Australia

Toyota’s 2024 LandCruiser 300 Series has secured its position as the most expensive vehicle ever to bear the Toyota badge in Australia. With recent price increases, the range-topping Sahara ZX model now commands a price tag of $146,876 plus on-road costs. Including on-road costs, the LandCruiser breaches the $150,000 mark, thanks to a $3775 price hike that applies to the entire range.

Notably, the entry-level GX variant of the LC300 now starts at $98,076 plus on-road costs, pushing the vehicle past the $100,000 mark when drive-away prices are considered. Meanwhile, the GR Sport model begins at $145,876 before on-roads, making it another high-end option for consumers.

Interestingly, as carsales reported recently, the upcoming 2025 Toyota Tundra is expected to be in a similar price range. Early pricing estimates indicate a price tag of $145,990 plus on-road costs for the Australian-converted pickup truck, set to be launched next year.

For now, the LandCruiser remains unrivaled in Toyota’s pricing hierarchy. However, it is worth noting that there have been no changes to the specifications or equipment for the LandCruiser with the introduction of the 2024 model.

In addition to the LandCruiser, the Toyota Camry sedan has also witnessed a price increase. The popular hybrid variants of the Camry have seen a price hike of $1097 for the MY24 models. This comes as a blow to Australian buyers who have been anticipating the Camry Hybrid, currently facing a stop-sale order due to high demand.

The increased pricing for both the LandCruiser and Camry coincides with Toyota’s plans to introduce a new generation of the Camry later this year. As Toyota enthusiasts eagerly await future updates, it is apparent that the LandCruiser continues to dominate the Australian market in terms of luxury and price.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1. What is the price of the range-topping Sahara ZX model of the 2024 LandCruiser 300 series in Australia?
The range-topping Sahara ZX model of the 2024 LandCruiser 300 series in Australia now has a price tag of $146,876 plus on-road costs.

2. How much does the entry-level GX variant of the LC300 cost?
The entry-level GX variant of the LC300 now starts at $98,076 plus on-road costs.

3. What is the starting price of the GR Sport model of the LandCruiser 300 series?
The GR Sport model of the LandCruiser 300 series begins at $145,876 before on-road costs.

4. What is the expected price range of the upcoming 2025 Toyota Tundra in Australia?
The upcoming 2025 Toyota Tundra is expected to be in a similar price range as the LandCruiser, with early pricing estimates indicating a price tag of $145,990 plus on-road costs.

5. Has there been any change in specifications or equipment for the LandCruiser with the introduction of the 2024 model?
No, there have been no changes to the specifications or equipment for the LandCruiser with the introduction of the 2024 model.

6. How much has the price of the hybrid variants of the Toyota Camry sedan increased?
The hybrid variants of the Toyota Camry sedan have seen a price hike of $1097 for the MY24 models.

7. Why is the Toyota Camry Hybrid currently facing a stop-sale order?
The Toyota Camry Hybrid is currently facing a stop-sale order due to high demand.

8. When is Toyota planning to introduce a new generation of the Camry?
Toyota plans to introduce a new generation of the Camry later this year.

Key Terms and Jargon

– LandCruiser: Toyota’s flagship SUV.
– Sahara ZX: The top-of-the-line trim level of the LandCruiser 300 series.
– GX variant: The entry-level variant of the LandCruiser 300 series.
– GR Sport: A high-end model of the LandCruiser 300 series.
– MY24: Model Year 2024.
– Camry: Toyota’s midsize sedan.
– Stop-sale order: An order that temporarily suspends the sale of a particular product or variant.

Related Links
Toyota Official Website
Toyota Australia