The Toyota’s United States dealerships now have a new creation to be displayed. It is the Toyota Camry series, the Hybrid which was claimed to be the most fuel- efficient version ever in this range.
The US buyers are offered with a choice of two different trim levels in this 2012 Camry Hybrid. The first is the LE which is cost at $25,900. Is it still quite high?? Well, but at least this price is increased by $1,150 over this year model. The second is the XLE which the price is set by Toyota starts from $27,400. That price is claimed to be lower by $800 compared to the 2011 model year with the same equipments.
The updated version of the company’s Hybrid Synergy Drive powertrain sports the new Camry Hybrid, representing a 2.5 liter four cylinder Atkinson engine which mated to an electric motor. This unit produces combined output of 200 ponies and is able to accelerate from zero to 60 mph or 96 km/h in 7.6 seconds. In additional, this new Camry Hybrid claimed to deliver 43 mpg city, 39 mpg highway, and in combined cycle figures 41 mpg, EPA rating.
Apart of its standard features, as many 10 airbags, projector beam headlamps, dual-zone auto A/C, Smart Key System with push button start, steering wheel with audio and Blue Logic controls, and tone-on-tone fabric seats, all come and complete the LE trim model.
The XLE also has received some upgraded features including a 6.1-inch touch-screen with Navigation, phone book access, and music streaming with Bluetooth wireless technology, 17-inch alloy wheels and fog lamps.