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The Toyota Camry has been America's top selling passenger car for the past nine years, and for good reason, as it's known for providing its owners with comfort, economy and long service. But in 2012, the sensible Camry gets some styling updates to make it even more appealing to buyers and the Hybrid model gains a significant amount of horsepower as well. It's well-suited against midsize segment rivals like the Honda Accord, Nissan Altima and Hyundai Sonata, thanks to its reputation for quality and its value per dollar.
2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid Trims
4dr Sdn (Natl) XLE MSRP: $27,500.00
4dr Sdn (GS) XLE MSRP: $27,500.00
4dr Sdn (SE) XLE MSRP: $27,500.00
4dr Sdn (Natl) LE MSRP: $25,990.00
4dr Sdn (GS) LE MSRP: $25,990.00
4dr Sdn (SE) LE MSRP: $25,990.00
2012 Camry Hybrid Changes
The 2012 Camry has been redesigned both inside and out. Although it rides on the same platform as 2011 models, it's been given all new bold-looking sheetmetal with a more aerodynamic style. The trunk is now larger, offering more storage space and all models feature 60/40 split folding rear seats, providing the ability to transport longer items. The Hybrid model features an updated 2.5L inline 4-cylinder engine and electric motor combination, which provides a total of 200 horsepower, up from last year's 188. The interior features increased headroom as well as hip and legroom, and the seats have been redesigned to be more comfortable.
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