Thinking of buying an all-new Toyota at the start of the new year? Better have some extra cash ready as Toyota Motor Philippines recently raised the prices on almost every model they have on sale today.

Starting with the smallest MPV, the Avanza received a Php 12,000 increase across all models. With it, the 1.3 J is now retailing at Php 743,000. Meanwhile, the 1.3 E M/T and 1.3 E A/T are now selling for Php 876,000 and Php 919,000 respectively. As for the 1.5 G, the M/T is selling for Php 969,000 while the A/T is now at Php 1,012,000. As for the Veloz, it is now selling for Php 1,077,000.

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Interested in a Toyota Innova? The MPV also received a minor price increase across the range. Beginning with the J variants, the 2.0-liter gas is now selling for Php 1,036,000 (+ 11,000) while the 2.8-liter turbo-diesel retails at Php 1,146,000 (+ 13,000). Interestingly however, the rest of the E and G variants of the Innova only received a Php 1,000 mark up. The only Innova model that did not receive any price increase is the top-of-the-line 2.8V which still retails for Php 1,679,000.

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The Hilux was also affected by the price adjustments (except for the cab & chassis and J). From the E variant all the way to the top-of-the-line G, all versions of the Hilux received a Php 16,000 price increase. Starting with the 2.4-liter turbo-diesel variants, the 4x2 E M/T is now selling for Php 1,046,000. Meanwhile, the 4x2 G M/T and A/T are now retailing for Php 1,220,000 and Php 1,295,000 respectively. As for the 2.8-liter G, the 4x4 M/T and 4x4 A/T models now have sticker price of Php 1,522,000 and Php 1,652,000 accordingly.

Aside from the standard Hilux, the Hilux Conquest also received a Php 16,000 price hike across the board. The 2.4-liter 4x2 M/T is now selling for Php 1,352,000 while the 2.4-liter 4x2 A/T retails at Php 1,427,000. Go for the range-topping 2.8-liter 4x4 models, and you'll have to shell out Php 1,678,000 for the manual and Php 1,808,000 for the automatic.

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Not even the Hiace was immune to the recent price adjustments. From its original price tag of Php 1,605,000, the Commuter Deluxe is now at Php 1,634,000. The GL Grandia, meanwhile, received a Php 67,000 increase. This resulted in the 2.8 M/T now selling for Php 2,055,000 while the 2.8 A/T is at Php 2,130,000. A Php 69,000 price hike, on the other hand, was applied on the GL Grandia Tourer. This meant that the 2.8 M/T and the 2.8 A/T are now selling for Php 2,229,000 and Php 2,304,000 correspondingly. Those that prefer the 2-Tone Pearl finish will have to pay an extra Php 15,000.

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The Hiace Super Grandia was also affected by the price hike as all models of the people carrier got a Php 98,000 increase on the Fabric and Leather variants. The 2.8 Fabric is now selling for Php 2,518,000 while the 2.8 Leather is now retailing at Php 2,608,000. Finally, the top-of-the-line 2.8 Elite now has a starting price of Php 2,983,000 due to a Php 108,000 price tag increase. Opt for the 2-Tone Pearl exterior and you'll have to shell out an additonal Php 15,000.

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Looking to get a Yaris? The B-segment hatchback gets a Php 10,000 increase across all models. The base model 1.3 E M/T is now at Php 900,000 while the 1.3 E CVT is now available for Php 952,000. Go for the 1.5 S and you'll have to pay Php 1,065,000.

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Buying a Camry soon? You will need to shell out an extra Php 20,000 for the 2.5 G and 2.5 V. The former is now priced at Php 1,841,000 while the latter is now at Php 2,027,000.

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Want to to have an 86 in your garage? Heads up as the two-door sports coupe received a Php 63,000 price hike. This means the 2.0 M/T now has a sticker price of Php 2,056,000. As for the 2.0 A/T variant, it now retails for Php 2,156,000.

Both the Prius and Prius C have also been affected by the price adjustments. The former is now selling for Php 2,339,000 (+ 50,000) while the latter is now priced at Php 1,970,000 (+ 63,000).

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Those interested in getting an FJ Cruiser (yes, the FJ is still in production) will have to have Php 2,083,000 at the ready as it got a Php 35,000 increase in its sticker price. The Land Cruiser Prado, on the other hand, was given a Php 10,000 price hike. This resulted in the 4.0-liter V6 now having a price tag of Php 3,363,000. Meanwhile, the 3.0-liter turbo-diesel versions are now at Php 4,001,000 for the manual, and 4,101,000 for the automatic.

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As for the Land Cruiser 200, all models received a Php 95,000 price increase. This meant that the base model and the Premium versions are now selling for Php 4,569,000 and Php 4,935,000 accordingly.

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Those that plan on getting a RAV4 will have to shell out a few extra Pesos as well. From its original introductory price of Php 1,653,000, the base model LE is now at Php 1,710,000 (+ 57,000). Meanwhile, the XLE and LTD variants are now priced at Php 1,922,000 and Php 2,244,000 respectively (+ 37,000).

What cars were not affected by the new price adjustments? Surprisingly, the only nameplates that retained their pricing are the Vios, Fortuner, Corolla Altis, Rush, Wigo, Alphard, and the Supra.

With Toyota's broad offerings receiving a substantial increase on their price tags, buyers might have to adjust their finances should they be interested in getting an all-new Toyota.