The base XLE trim starts at $36,420 (all prices include the $920 destination charge) and features 17-inch wheels, LED front and rear lighting, and the Toyota Safety Sense P suite of active safety features, which includes forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert. Furthermore, automatic high beams and a three-year subscription to Safety Connect, featuring automatic collision notification, are also standard safety tech.
The interior includes heated eight-way power front seats, a seven-inch screen in the gauge cluster, automatic dual-zone climate control, and proximity entry with push button start. Toyota’s latest Entune 3.0 connected services is operated through a nine-inch touchscreen display with satellite and HD radio, Apple CarPlay, and a six-month trial of WiFi through Verizon. Remote connectivity works with certain Android and Apple devices to remotely unlock and lock the doors and start the engine, while Amazon Alexa compatibility enables car-home device communication.
There are three option packages offered. The JBL Audio Upgrade ($680) adds a 14-speaker audio system that features Toyota’s first application of its 7.1-channel audio experience, while Clari-Fi software rebuilds lost fidelity. The Moonroof Package ($1,000) includes a power tilt and sliding moonroof and wireless charging. The Moonroof Package with options ($1,680) combines the features of both equipment groups.