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2025 Toyota Crown Signia: Hybrid Wagon SUV Priced From $44,985

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Despite its arrival two years after the Toyota Crown and its spin-off name, the 2025 Crown Signia seems like the vehicle the Crown was intended to be from the beginning. Its proportions still straddle the line between a hatchback or wagon and an SUV, but they are far more familiar than those of the root Crown, which looks sort of like a sedan, sort of like a hatchback and sort of like an SUV coupe.

Regardless of how you classify it, the 2025 Toyota Crown Signia carries a base price of $44,985 (all prices include $1,395 destination). That’s a premium of $2,450 over a comparable Crown, for a vehicle with more cargo space and a much simpler answer to, “What is it?”

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Powertrain Specs and MPG

For starters, the Crown Signia is an all-wheel-drive hybrid. It pairs a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with a trio of electric motors for a combined system output of 240 horsepower. One electric motor charges the battery, another helps the internal-combustion engine drive the front wheels through a continuously variable automatic transmission and the third provides efficient power at the rear wheels when needed.

While the Crown Signia is capable of electric-only propulsion under light loads at low speeds, it’s not meant for long-range electric driving. Toyota claims the Crown Signia gets 39/37/38 mpg city/highway/combined (official EPA figures are not yet available) and can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 7.1 seconds.

Availability and Pricing

The 2025 Toyota Crown Signia will arrive at dealers this summer. The XLE trim starts at $44,985 and the Limited at $49,385.

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Trim Levels and Safety Features

Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 is standard on the 2025 Crown Signia. It includes forward collision warning with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, lane-centering steering, lane-departure steering assist, adaptive cruise control, traffic sign recognition and automatic high beams. Blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and safe exit alert are also standard.

The Crown Signia XLE rides on 19-inch wheels and features LED exterior lighting front and rear, a hands-free power liftgate, and keyless entry and starting. Inside, it’s fitted with leather upholstery, heated and ventilated front seats, heated outboard rear seats, a heated power-adjustable steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, six speakers and a wireless phone charger.

The Limited trim rides on dark-gray 21-inch wheels and upgrades to auto-leveling LED headlights. It also features a fixed panoramic moonroof, ambient lighting, rain-sensing windshield wipers, an 11-speaker JBL audio system and Digital Key, which allows the owner to use a smartphone as the vehicle’s key.

Limited buyers can add the Advanced Technology Package, which includes lane-change assist, front cross-traffic alert, a 360-degree parking camera, and front and rear parking sensors with automatic braking. The package also includes traffic-jam assist, which can control the vehicle’s speed and steering below 25 mph, with a driver-facing camera ensuring the driver is paying attention. The feature requires a subscription to Toyota’s Drive Connect services.

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