Rabu, 10 Maret 2010

2011 Toyota Camry Upcoming

2011 Toyota Camry Upcoming

The 2011 Toyota Camry is a rerun of the 2010 Camry and carries over the mild facelift and more powerful four-cylinder engine included in its “mid-cycle” freshening. All 2011 Camrys incorporate throttle-pedal modifications designed to prevent unintended acceleration, the problem that forced Toyota to recall millions of cars, pickups, and SUVs during early 2010. Included in the recall were 2007-2010 model-year Camrys and residual values -- one of Camry’s historic strengths -- tumbled as a result. Toyota badly mishandled the response to reports of unintended acceleration in its cars. But we believe the automaker is taking the appropriate steps to protect its reputation for reliability and that the 2011 Camry belongs on any midsize-sedan shopping list. 

he 2011 Toyota Camry will carry over appearance changes given the 2010 Camry, the first for this design generation since it debuted for model-year 2007. As before, Camry comes in a single four-door sedan body style that begins with a base CE model and climbs through the volume-selling LE trim, sporty SE grade, and top-of-the-line XLE model. Slotted between the LE and XLE is the 2011 Camry Hybrid. Style changes associated with the 2010 mid-cycle freshening were mild. All models got gently revised grilles and all but the Hybrid gained larger headlamps and revised taillamps. New wheel designs were part of the updates. Camry’s styling doesn’t look dated but it might look dowdy next to aggressive new sheet metal worn by the redesigned 2011 

Hyundai Sonata and the fresher face of the 2010 Ford Fusion. To distinguish the Camry SE model from other Camrys Toyota gives it’s a black instead of silver grill, fog lamps, and subtle aero body addenda. Dimensionally, the 2011 Camry is square in the middle of the midsize-sedan field, but it makes wonderfully efficient use of cabin space. Camry is Toyota’s best-selling car and for calendar 2009 – before the unintended acceleration controversy – it was America’s top-selling car, too. Its basic structure is engineered to serve Lexus, Toyota’s premium division, where it’s the foundation for that brand’s most popular car, the ES 350. That helps account for Camry’s uncommon ability to isolate occupants from unwanted noise and unpleasant road surfaces.

The 2011 Toyota Camry will boast a standard-equipment list that covers the comfort and safety essentials, with a nice dollop of convenience-tech, too. Air conditioning is standard, as is a steering wheel that tilts, telescopes, and has audio buttons. Cruise control, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, and power windows, locks, and mirrors also are included even on the base CE model. All but the SE have split-folding rear seatbacks. Every 2011 Camry comes with head-protecting curtain side airbags. Leather upholstery, power sunroof, navigation system, and remote engine start are among the options, though not all are available on every model. Optional or standard on every model is an audio system that includes Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity, integrated satellite radio, and USB linking for iPods and other MP3 devices. The 2011 Camry Hybrid has Fraichir cloth upholstery, a combination of silk protein and synthetic fiber that Toyota says is gentle to the skin. Camry SE models come with 17-inch alloy wheels. All other Camry models have 16-inch wheels, with XLE models sporting alloys and CE 
and LE having steel wheels with plastic wheel covers

The 2011 Toyota Camry’s base price range is $20,345-$29,995, which represents an increase of about 1 percent over 2010-model-year prices. The 2011 Camry’s base prices start slightly below comparable models in the lineups of such key rivals as the 2011 Honda Accord and 2011 Chevrolet Malibu and marginally over those of similar 2011 Ford Fusion models. However, all these cars are subject to frequent factory incentives and benefit from tough dealer competition, plus options can cause actually transaction prices to vary significantly.Base price for the 2011 Toyota Camry CE model (Toyota sometimes refers to this as the “base” or “Standard” Camry) is $20,345 with manual transmission and $21,395 with automatic. (All base prices in this review include the manufacturer’s mandatory destination fee. For 2011 Toyota cars, that fee is $750. The fee may vary for Toyotas purchased in Southeastern and Gulf states.)Base price for the 2011 Toyota Camry LE with the four-cylinder engine is $21,800 with manual transmission, $22,850 with automatic. The 2011 Camry LE with the V-6 engine starts at $25,515 and comes only with automatic transmission. Among standard features the Camry LE model adds to the CE is remote keyless entry and a power driver’s seat. And all Camry V-6 models have chromed-tipped dual-exhaust outlets.The 2011 Camry SE base price is $23,415 for four-cylinder models equipped with manual transmission and $24,115 with automatic. 

The 2011 Camry SE V-6 starts at $26,790 and comes only with automatic transmission. Among standard features the Camry SE adds to the LE model are the 17-inch alloy wheels, unique exterior trim and seat fabric, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob, aluminum door sills and pedals, and – for additional structural rigidity – a fixed-back rear seat with a center pass-through instead of a folding seatback.The 2011 Camry XLE base price is $26,875 with the four-cylinder engine and $29,995 with the V-6; all XLE models come with the automatic transmission. As the top-of-the-line Camrys, XLE models include in their base price heated mirrors, a power moonroof, fog lamps, dual-zone automatic climate control, power driver and passenger seat, and Homelink integrated garage-door transmitters. Also standard on XLE models is a leather-wrapped steering wheel that incorporates auxiliary audio, Bluetooth, and climate controls. The 2011 Camry XLE four-cylinder models have the Fraichir cloth seating fabric while XLE V-6 models have leather upholstery; both get imitation-wood cabin trim.The 

2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid’s base price is $27,150. It’s equipped similarly to the Camry LE modelAmong notable options, available on the Camry SE, XLE, and Hybrid models is a voice-activated DVD navigation system that displays on its dashboard screen a rearview backup camera. Bluetooth cell phone and music-streaming connectivity and the USB iPod port are included with the navigation system and also with the optional audio-system upgrades available on the LE, SE, XLE, and Hybrid models.Among other extra-cost features, the power moon roof is optional on LE and SE models. Leather upholstery is optional on automatic-transmission SE models, on four-cylinder XLEs, and on the Hybrid. Options exclusive to the XLE include remote keyless entry with pushbutton start and, on leather-upholstered versions, heated front seats.
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