2013 Toyota Camry Gets Updated Interior

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The Toyota Camry has been called boring and soulless, but it's also one of the best selling vehicles in the world. Are people going crazy, or has Toyota have the formula down.
The 2012 model was launched a year ago and is more daring, infusing the Camry with a bit of character. For the 2013 model year, the Camry is a little bit better.

Since the car is still very new, revisions are very light, but enough to get people even more interested in Toyota's best-seller in America.

Looking at the doors, customers will be surprised to find color-matching arm rest and soft-touch door panel trim.

The new Camry is a bit more modern without losing that comfort and simplicity people expect. A 6.1-inch Display Audio screen sits in the middle of the 2013 car's dash.

On the tech side, the Blind Spot Monitor gains rear cross traffic alert, a welcomed safety feature. Prices for the 2013 Camry will start at $22,235 (excluding a $795 destination charge). Engine choices on offer are as follows: 2.5-liter with 178 hp and 170 lb-ft, 2.5-liter hybrid with 200 hp and a 3.5-liter V6 with 268 hp and 248 lb-ft.
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