2013 Toyota Camry US Pricing and Changes

Hybrid XLE shown in Clearwater Blue Metallic 1 photo
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Toyota is banking on the popularity of the Camry and has decided to increase pricing for this compact sedan ever so slightly for the 2013 model.
Thus, the vase Camry now costs from $22,235 for the four-cylinder engine, which can go up to $30,465 for the automatic V6 model. Overall, the Japanese automaker is increasing prices by 0.6% across the range. As a reminder,the 2012 Camry L started at $22,055 when it was launched.

The bottom Camry L and the Camry Hybrid LE grades will now have Display Audio as standard equipment.  A Blind Spot Monitor will include Rear Cross Traffic Alert and will be available on the thirds most expensive model in the range, Camry SE.

On all the models, the turn signal control stalk will now come standard with a lane-change feature where one tap on the control stalk creates a three-blink sequence. Inside, all 2013 Camrys will come with an updated door trim design, while the leather-equipped models will have accent stitching on the doors.

The MSRP for the Camry Hybrid will range from $26,140 for the LE grade to $27,670 for the XLE, an increase of $165, or 0.6 percent.

All these changes will be available on the Camry starting in January, which means there might still be time for a deal on 2012 models.
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