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2007 Toyota Camry

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  • day9day9 Posts: 57
    o-oh, more expensive than last generation :mad:
  • kdhspyderkdhspyder Posts: 7,160
    HUH? These are the MSRP prices for the present 2006's on the lots now. The new 2007's are being built in KY now.

    The pricing is not known yet but probably similar to the above. Interesting point is that the transaction prices of Camry's have actually increased in the last year or two.
  • navigator89navigator89 Posts: 1,080
    That may be but I'm sure some people havent seen them.
  • I want to know how much it the top line Camry?

    And the type of engine it will have?

    The new Camry looks like a car I would see on the Lexus models! Esp. the GS! Good Toyota!

    I wonder if the new Lexus ES will looks similar? Huh!!?

    Any feedback will truly help me THANKS!!! :)
  • tinatinatinatina Posts: 388
    Actually, we were both wrong.

    All four-cylinder Camry models sold in California (and states with California emission standards) meet Partial Zero Emission Vehicle (PZEV) standards, complying with the state's Clean Air Initiative. The PZEV Camry meets the Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (SULEV) standard for tailpipe emissions and emits virtually zero emissions from vaporization in the gas tank and fuel system.

    Performance and fuel efficiency for the PZEV Camry are virtually the same as the other four-cylinder models. The engine produces 145 horsepower at 5,600 RPM and 158 lb.-ft. of torque at 4,000 RPM, and the car returns EPA city/highway estimated fuel mileage ratings of 23/32 mpg.
  • alpha01alpha01 Posts: 4,747
    I stand corrected.

    There was recently a commercial on TV advertising that you could drive the Camry PZEV across the US X amount of times before it emitted the same pollution as painting a normal room in a house. I thought that was incredible.

    ~alpha
  • bwiabwia Boston Posts: 1,296
    This is what Business Week had to say about the 2007 Camry:

    "... The completely re-styled and re-engineered Camry...will feature significantly improved performance and a new level of comfort and refinement.

    Toyota makes its exclusive Hybrid Synergy Drive available in the 2007 Camry. Toyota promised the Camry Hybrid will deliver the highest level of Camry performance ever achieved in both fuel efficiency and low emissions and also will achieve impressive power. Both vehicles will be built at Toyota's Georgetown, Ky., assembly plant. Both are 2007 models being introduced in early 2006.
    "

    They also show a picture of the "new" Camry but I don't know how to post pictures. Here is the link though.
    http://images.businessweek.com/ss/06/01/detroitauto/index_01.htm

    .
  • fredvhfredvh Posts: 853
    The picture here is the "old" Camry.
    I hope someone has a digital camera at the Detroit Auto Show on Monday so they can take some "real" pictures of the Camry's debut. I am really looking forward to seeing it.
  • jchan2jchan2 Posts: 4,956
    I will take some pictures when I am there but I won't be there until the weekend because I don't have press credentials.
  • fredvhfredvh Posts: 853
    Thanks jchan2. I know that you have been hanging around the forums, like me, for some time. If memory serves me, you have a 2004 I35.
    We certainly will appreciate some "real" digital pictures. The Camry introduction is Monday the 9th and we should find out some real specs shortly thereafter. I am debating between the TSX and the new 2007 Camry.
  • jchan2jchan2 Posts: 4,956
    Your memory would be right.

    I'll be sure to post pictures up after I return from the show.
  • There is a forum, "2006 North American International Auto Show", in News & Views, for any pictures and commentary on the show's events.

    Sharing is caring. :)

    DrFill
  • day9day9 Posts: 57
    Sixth generation (2007)
    The next-generation Camry will be completely redesigned and made in Georgetown, Kentucky. It will be a 2007 model introduced at the 2006 North American International Auto Show along with its identical hybrid twin, the Camry HV (info shown below). The new Camry will have a 2.4 L I4 making 158 hp with 4 trim levels: CE, LE, SE, and XLE. It will also have the 3.5 L V6 making 268 hp with three trims: LE, SE, and XLE. The V6 will be available with a 6-speed sequential transmission. A spilt-folding rear seat is not available on the SE trim. A navigation system with cell-phone link and heated leather seats are available for the SE and the V6-powered XLE. A keyless entry/remote starter is optional on the V6-powered XLE. The 2007 Toyota Camry will make its official debut in January 2006 at Detroit at the NAIAS.

    Camry Hybrid
    For 2006, Toyota will create a hybrid gas/electric Camry when it is redesigned as the 2007 Toyota Camry called the Camry Hybrid. It will use a Hybrid Synergy Drive setup similar to that of the Toyota Highlander Hybrid and Lexus RX 400h, which mates Toyota's 3MZ V6 with an electric motor. However, the Camry Hybrid will utilize a 4-cylinder gasoline engine as opposed to a V6, a setup that will produce 192 hp. Standard features include remote entry and start, side torso airbags, knee airbags and side-curtain airbags. The Camry Hybrid will be built at the company's Georgetown, Kentucky plant, with about 45,000 projected per year.
  • fredvhfredvh Posts: 853
    My big question is what are the improvements over the 2006 Camry?
    What are the prices?
    We are all waiting for these facts. We will be getting them in the next few days or weeks.
  • I think the XLE plastic wood interior looks bogus. The SE Camry is something I might consider buying and look forward to giving it a test drive.

    The XLE is just crying plastic.
  • I wonder if the the navi screen is the same as the one on the new Lexus IS with better resolution/brighter colors. It also looks like there's no LED taillights on the blue model. I'm also interested if it handles better than the 2006 XLE model.
  • kdhspyderkdhspyder Posts: 7,160
    My big question is what are the improvements over the 2006 Camry?
    What are the prices?


    I'll go out on a limb a little

    Improvements:
    Uh state of the art V6!!!
    10 airbags standard;
    BT standard;
    style, style, style.. I do love the new look;
    2" more interior room.. same exterior dimensions;
    MP3/MWA input standard;
    sport tuned suspension, SE;
    Hybrid... in this vehicle!!!
  • bartalk3bartalk3 Posts: 692
    It's a baby Lexus, with the Lexus 3.5 V-6 (a bigger engine than the GS300!), the 6-speed transmission, knee airbags and the rest. But the interior ain't no Lexus. Looks cheap. Imitation light wood plastic looks low rent and doesn't really go with the silver alum on the rest of the dashboard. Reminds me of the Avalon interior. Maybe beige or black seats have different color fake plastic wood. The Accord abandoned that same light plastic wood this year in favor of a darker wood/plastic that looks better and richer.
  • day9day9 Posts: 57
    Toyota.com
  • jrock65jrock65 Posts: 1,371
    Press release:

    http://pressroom.toyota.com/Release...YT2006010675087

    I4: 158 hp, 24/34
    V6: 268 hp, 22/31
    Hybrid: 192 hp, 43/37
  • I just called up and put my purchase order for the new Honda Accord on hold. All bets are off until March!
  • It looks like no HID's for the 07 XLE/SE and only the hybrid gets LED taillights. Oh well, the 440-watt sound system, aux. jack, bluetooth, improved navi and other new features should make up for those omissions. I may have a problem with the light wood on the XLE, it doesn't look good. Handling is another issue as well so if I decide to get the 07 Camry, it may have to be a SE.
  • kdhspyderkdhspyder Posts: 7,160
    Based on its traditon of not adjusting the prices much when new models are into'd I'll guess that the typical prices will be in the following ranges. Equipment will vary in each trim level of course.

    A) 4c 2.4L ~80%+ of sales

    CE $20500 ~25% of sales
    LE $22000 ~35% of sales
    SE $24000 nominal
    XLE $25000 ~10% of sales

    B) Hybrid $26000 ~10% of sales

    C) V6 3.5L ~15 to 20% of sales
    LE $24500 ~5%
    SE $25500 ~5%
    XLE $28000 ~10%
  • jrock65jrock65 Posts: 1,371
    Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn Unveils All-New 2007 Sentra at NAIAS [Jan. 9, 06]

    "In North America in the near future, all of Nissan’s front engine/front-wheel drive vehicles except for Quest and some Versa models will come equipped with CVTs – including 100% of Sentras, Altimas, Maximas and Muranos sold with automatic transmissions."
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