Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry

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For the 2007 model year, the Camry Solara is raising the bar in the sporty coupe segment as it receives one of Toyota’s most extensive mid-life cycle changes to date. Refreshed and updated, Camry Solara has several exterior and interior styling changes, additional standard safety equipment, and enhanced audio and convenience features.

The all-new 2007 Toyota Camry Toyota Camry has been named Motor Trend’s 2007 "Car of the Year." Launched in spring 2006, the new Camry offers a major redesign for the 2007 model year and an available Camry Hybrid option equipped with Toyota’s industry-leading Hybrid Synergy Drive. Long-favored by passenger-car buyers, the Camry remains America’s best-selling passenger car eight of the last nine years. Currently in its sixth generation, the all-new Camry offers more interior space, an athletic (...)
Consumer Guide Automotive, the leading publisher of authoritative, objective new and used car reviews for 39 years, today announced the recipients of its 2007 Best Buy and Recommended Awards. The annual list, designed to make car buying easier for consumers, represents the best overall values in 17 categories and includes a total of 81 vehicles. Since 1967, Consumer Guide’s preeminent editorial team has used a comprehensive evaluation process based on factors that matter most to the average (...)
A lot of new cars have make debut the past thew months. But which one is the most significant one? Which one can satisy every taste and need? Car and Driver has made a list with top ten most significant 2007 cars. And the list shows that the inexpensive (but not cheap) small cars are proliferating. Top ten most significant 2007 cars Chrysler Sebring - The 2007 Sebring marks a bold departure from the bland styling of the old model that, although retouched and updated, remained all too (...)
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. (TMMK) celebrated the production launch of the Camry Hybrid today — Toyota’s first hybrid vehicle produced in North America. The addition of hybrid production represents a $10 million investment at TMMK, which will build approximately 48,000 Camry Hybrid vehicles per year. TMMK was established in 1986 and is Toyota’s largest plant in North America. It employs approximately 7,000 team members and currently builds the Camry, Avalon and Solara. The (...)
Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., Inc., today announced manufacturer’s suggested retail prices (MSRP) for the Toyota Racing Devel Devel opment (TRD) Special Edition package for the 2007 FJ Cruiser sport utility vehicle (SUV) and 2007 Camry Hybrid. The TRD Special Edition package adds several exterior performance enhancements to the 2007 FJ Cruiser SUV. Included in the package are TRD/Bilstein off-road tuned, red painted shock absorbers. The special shocks are designed to enhance straight line stability, (...)

The 2006 Toyota Camry Solara Coupe and Convertible models offer a compelling blend of elegant style, sporty performance and documented Toyota quality while delivering the bonus of impressive fuel efficiency. Both models also provide levels of room and practicality that belie their sleek exterior design. The Solara Convertible is powered exclusively by a 225-horsepower 3.3-liter V6 engine, which is also available on Solara coupe models. The standard power retractable roof lowers or raises in just 10 seconds.

Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., announced manufacturer’s suggested retail prices (MSRP) today for the 2007 Camry Solara Coupe and Convertible. For 2007 model year, the Camry Solara receives one of Toyota’s most extensive mid-year changes to date and raising the bar in the sporty coupe segment. The 2007 Solara offers several exterior and interior styling changes, additional standard safety equipment, and enhanced audio and convenience features. Solara’s exterior enhancements include (...)
Toyota Motor Corporation just rolled off its first Chinese-built Camry sedan which is based on the highly succesfull U.S. model. The launch, from Toyota’s new $475 million factory in Nansha, near the southern city of Guangzhou, symbolizes the automaker’s ambitions for China, which is about to surpass Japan as the world’s second-largest auto market. The former Camry was the lead import model in China during the past decade, selling about 30,000 cars annually. By shifting production to China, (...)

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