The new-generation 2009 Corolla and Matrix pricing has already been reported in another thread, but this is the official news.
The full article is available at: http://www.canadiandriver.com/news_2008/02/18/080218-3.htm.Toronto, Ontario - Toyota Canada has announced pricing on the all-new 2009 Corolla and Matrix, as well as on the 2009 Camry and Camry Hybrid, and on the redesigned 2008 Sequoia, all of which launched this month. The all-new, tenth-generation Corolla will have a starting price of $14,565.
The 2009 Corolla's base price of $14,565 is the lowest introductory price offered on the model since the 1997 model year; the Matrix will start at $15,705, which is $1,495 lower than a comparable base-model 2008 Matrix.
The 2009 Camry Hybrid [I believe this is a typo, and it should probably be "2009 Camry"] starts at $23,400, while the Camry Hybrid starts at $30,600; both prices are lower than model-year 2008 versions. The Camry LE V6 receives new standard stability and traction control, while the SE V6 receives standard power sunroof and anti-theft system. New standard equipment on the Camry Hybrid includes a power sunroof, dual illuminated vanity mirrors and rear reading lamps.
The all-new 2008 Toyota Sequoia is priced at $44,675, the lowest starting price in Canada since 2001. The new model features a more powerful 5.7-litre engine that delivers 381 horsepower, increased towing capacity and improved fuel efficiency.