Toyota Camry sedan range

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Make: Toyota
Model: Camry

July 2006Release date:

November 2011End date:

TOYOTA’S totally redesigned, sixth-generation Camry introduced a completely new front-wheel drive platform, as well as a new four-cylinder marketing strategy designed to give the company a two-way bet in the volatile large family car segment.

For the first time since 1988, no Camry V6 was offered, with that powerplant going into the Camry-based Aurion large sedan.

The Camry’s 2AZ-FE engine was a 2.4-litre twin-cam VVTi four-cylinder producing 117kW of power at 5700rpm and 218Nm of torque at 4000rpm.

It powered the four-pronged Camry range – fleet-chasing Altise, sporty Sportivo, pseudo-luxury Ateva and flash Grande.

Like before, only a four-door sedan shape was offered, so there was no Camry wagon.

A five-speed manual gearbox or five-speed automatic transmission were on offer and all models included anti-lock brakes, dual front airbags, air-conditioning, cruise control, power windows and mirrors, remote central locking with an alarm, powered driver’s seat adjustment and automatic headlights-on.

A 2009 facelift brought a number of changes, including better fuel economy (to 8.8L/100km), six airbags as standard, Bluetooth phone connectivity and sound systems with an auxiliary audio-input jack and at least six speakers (two more for the Altise), plus sunvisor lamps and seatback pockets, among others.

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