Customers will be able to choose from four different model grades: Camry will be available in the entry-level L, value-driven LE, premium XLE and sporty SE grades. The XLE and SE are available with four-cylinder or V6 engines. The Camry Hybrid is offered in LE and XLE grades.
Three powertrains will be available, namely a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine developing 178 hp and 170 lb.-ft. of peak torque, a 3.5-liter V6 delivering 268 hp and 248 lb.-ft. of peak torque, while the Hybrid variant is using a revised Hybrid Synergy Drive powertrain that includes a new 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, which produces a combined 200 hp.
Safety wise, the 2012 Camrys are equipped with 10 standard airbags, Toyota’s Star Safety System, Smart Stop Technology brake-override system, and an electronic tire pressure monitoring system, all standard.
“Despite all of the enhancements to the all-new Camry, prices for all popular models have been reduced with dramatic repositioning on SE, XLE and Hybrid models, representing the best value in the segment,” stated Bob Carter, Toyota Group Vice President and General Manager. “Competing in the industry’s most competitive segment, we expect the Camry to continue as America’s best-selling car.”
The full 2012 Toyota Camry pricing chart can be found below:
|L||2.5L L4 (2AR) / 6AT||$21,955|
|LE||2.5L L4 (2AR) / 6AT||$22,500|
|SE||2.5L L4 (2AR) / 6AT||$23,000|
|XLE||2.5L L4 (2AR) / 6AT||$24,725|
|SE||3.5L V6 (2GR) / 6AT||$26,640|
|XLE||3.5L V6 (2GR) / 6AT||$29,845|
|Hybrid LE||2.5L L4 (2AR) HV / ECVT||$25,900|
|Hybrid XLE||2.5L L4 (2AR) HV / ECVT||$27,400|