Sunday 15 February 2009

Toyota Camry facelift pricing announced (U.S)

Toyota has announced pricing for the revised 2010 Camry and Camry Hybrid sedans that will begin arriving at dealers in March. The petrol model's base MSRP will range from $19,395 for the Camry sedan with a new 6 speed manual transmission to $29,045 for a fully equipped XLE with a 6 speed automatic transmission. The Camry Hybrid carries a price tag of $26,150. Overall, the Camry's MSRP represents an overall increase of $281 or 1.2 % over the 2009 MY.

The most significant change on the 2010 Camry is the introduction of a new 2.5 litre 4 cylinder engine for the standard, LE and XLE grades with 169bhp that can be combined with a 6 speed manual transmission (excluding XLE) or a 6 speed automatic transmission with sequential shift. Furthermore, the SE grade gets additional tuning and 179bhp, 21 more than its predecessor.

Toyota claims that fuel economy is improved with EPA fuel economy estimates of 22mpg town, 33mpg motorway and 26mpg combined for the 6 speed manual transmission.

A 3.5 litre V6 delivering 268bhp and paired with a 6 speed automatic transmission will continue to be available on the LE, SE and XLE grades. This engine gets EPA mpg estimates of 19mpg town, 28mpg motorway and 23mpg combined.

On the outside, the 2010 Camry gets a minor facelift with a newly designed grille and front bumper, an enlarged lower intake, larger projector headlamps and restyled tail lamps. Inside, the Camry and LE grades are available with a new optional sound system equipped with a new USB port for auxiliary music sources, Bluetooth, integrated satellite radio, single-CD and MP3 and Bluetooth streaming music capability.


Cars for sale said...

Forget this facelift. They need the Thai/Malaysia Camry here. It's called the Aurion in Australia

Laguna said...

The Aurion isn't called the Camry in Australia. The Aurion is a larger sedan than the Camry and is basically a sporty version of the Presara.

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