Prices are pitched a bit higher than the previous model as you would expect, from launch starting from just under £15,000, with the base 'Pure'-spec version costing £875 more than its predecessor in the previous range. There are two other specification options - 'Edge' and top 'Exclusive' trim. And from launch, there's also a special 'Limited Edition' variant.
All versions come decently equipped, with 'Pure' trim including 17-inch alloy wheels, a 7.0-inch touchscreen multimedia system with 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' connectivity and all the key features of 'Toyota Safety Sense' package. This gets you Adaptive Cruise Control, Road Sign Assist, Auto High Beam, Emergency Steering Assist and a Pre-Collision System with Cyclist and Pedestrian detection.
If you can stretch to mid-range 'Edge' spec, costing around £16,500, you'll get a smarter look, with a 2-tone paint finish and a contrasting black roof. And of course more equipment. Embellishments include larger 18-inch alloy wheels, climate control, auto wipers, rear privacy glass, a bigger 8.0-inch centre touchscreen and front fog lights. The top 'Exclusive' variant will cost you around £18,000, but for that you get synthetic leather and cloth upholstery, LED headlights, keyless entry, parking sensors, a wireless phone charger and the biggest possible 9.0-inch HD touchscreen with cloud-based navigation and traffic data.