Camry Hybrid MSRP starts at just $26,990 for LE model
 
(TORONTO, ON – December 15, 2011) Enjoy advanced performance, reduced fuel costs and cleaner emissions – and do it all for thousands less than any other hybrid sedan in Canada. The Toyota Camry Hybrid is redesigned, inside and out, for the 2012 model year. As the most fuel efficient, most advanced version of one of Canada’s most popular sedans the Camry Hybrid is now on sale with a choice of two models, both starting at manufacturer’s suggested retail prices well below the competition:
  • The 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE: $26,990 MSRP (New for 2012 and $2,000 less than the XLE)
  • The 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE: $28,990 MSRP ($2,320 less than 2011 model, while including $745 in additional standard equipment)
“For 2012, we have boosted the Camry Hybrid’s safety, drivability, horsepower and amenities, and wrapped it in a fresh, contemporary design. The savings in your pocket start with the introduction of our new base model Camry Hybrid LE and we have created similar savings throughout the Camry Hybrid lineup,” noted Warren Orton, Director at Toyota Canada Inc., “Drivers of the Camry Hybrid – the new era sedan built upon 30 years of Toyota’s automotive intelligence and experience – will enjoy more value than ever before including a 39 percent city fuel economy improvement that is class leading and environmental benefits.”
 
The 2012 Camry Hybrid features a larger, 2.5L four-cylinder gasoline engine as part of its redesigned Hybrid Synergy Drive. This engine helps the hybrid system achieve 200 horsepower (up 13 HP from 2011 models) for even more confident acceleration. Even as it does this, the 2012 Camry Hybrid’s new power train improves city fuel economy by a remarkable 39 percent, delivering class leading fuel efficiency of 4.7 L / 100 KM city/highway combined for the Camry Hybrid LE (4.9 L / 100 KM combined for Camry Hybrid XLE models).
 
Toyota engineers paid careful attention to the suspension system in the all-new Camry Hybrid to maximize ride comfort and control. Meanwhile, Toyota designers fashioned a new, contemporary body design with a wider, lower stance, crisp lines, and additional trunk space. Inside, drivers will find a more inviting and spacious interior with new dashboard design, new seats, better visibility and improved comfort.
 
The Camry Hybrid also delivers class-leading safety, with a best-in-class suite of 10 standard airbags and the Toyota Star Safety System – a suite of six standard active safety technologies that help drivers avoid accidents.
 
In addition to the standard model, the 2012 Camry Hybrid XLE may be enhanced with a choice of two options packages:
  • The 2012 Camry Hybrid XLE with Moonroof Package includes an upgraded audio system, glass breakage sensor, power moonroof, integrated garage door opener, back-up camera, dual illuminated vanity mirrors and more. At $31,800 MSRP, this represents a price reduction of $600 from 2011, even as it adds $2,300 in additional standard equipment.
  • The 2012 Camry Hybrid XLE with Leather and Navigation Package features all content in the Moonroof Package, plus such enhancements as an AVN premium audio system, leather seat surfaces and heated front seats. At $34,510 MSRP, this top of the line Camry Hybrid represents a price reduction of more than $2,000 compared to its 2011 equivalent, even as it adds $1,755 in additional standard equipment.
The 2012 Camry Hybrid is now on sale at Toyota Dealers across Canada.
 
About Toyota Canada Inc.
 
Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) is the exclusive Canadian distributor of Toyota, Lexus and Scion cars, SUVs and trucks. Toyota is the first full-line manufacturer to make all of the elements of the Star Safety System standard on every 2011 vehicle. The Star Safety System includes Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA) and Smart Stop Technology (SST). TCI’s head office is in Toronto, with regional offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and Halifax and parts distribution centres in Toronto and Vancouver.
 
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