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2025 Toyota Crown Nightshade Variant Introduced With Increased $1,090 Cost

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Toyota revealed a $1,090 price rise for the 2025 Toyota Crown this week, along with the launch of a Nightshade model with a sleek black design.

The elevated sedan boasting a standard hybrid powertrain and all-wheel drive now commences at $42,535, encompassing a $1,095 destination fee. This is $1,090 higher than the 2024 Toyota Crown, which seems to be phasing out. The 2025 Toyota Crown is currently available for purchase.

The bump in cost is balanced out by additional standard features on the base XLE, including a heated steering wheel and heated and cooled front seats. As the successor to the discontinued Toyota Avalon, the 2025 Toyota Crown comes fully loaded with advanced technology and convenience enhancements like a 12.3-inch digital gauge display, a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen that offers navigation and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, as well as wireless smartphone charging.

All Toyota Crowns feature driver-assist functionalities such as automatic emergency braking, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, blind-spot monitors, and a rear-seat reminder system.

Taller and longer than the redesigned 2025 Toyota Camry, which is now exclusively available as a hybrid model, the 2025 Crown combines a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with front and rear motors to deliver 236 hp, all-wheel drive, and 41 mpg combined. The top-tier Platinum model utilizes Toyota’s sportier Hybrid Max powertrain, generating 340 hp from its 2.4-liter turbo-4 engine and front and rear motor setup. This model achieves 30 mpg with its permanent all-wheel-drive system.

Priced at $56,085, a $1,620 increase from the 2024 model year, the Platinum sits at the top of the range and now comes with a standard head-up display.

The $47,045 Limited variant remains consistent in both price and content, offering leather upholstery, a panoramic sunroof, heated rear seats, and a JBL 11-speaker sound system.

Similar to other models in Toyota’s portfolio, the Nightshade Edition features blacked-out exterior trim elements and upgraded wheels to enhance its sporty appearance. It comes with black door handles, a black accented grille, black mirror caps, and darkened 21-inch 10-spoke wheels. Extending the features of the Limited trim, the Nightshade is priced at $49,860 and boasts a surround-view camera system along with a limited hands-free driving system that is operational at lower speeds.

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