2007 Toyota Camry Overview


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2007 Camry by Shaun
 — The 2007 Camry LE is a great car all around. Plenty of room for 4 adults, I especially appreciate the rear passenger leg room. We have yet to find anything too big for the trunk. The fit and finish... Read More
Great Care, Just Needs Stronger Carpeting by Kenneth
 — The camery is very nimble quick on its feet, it handles like a shark in water. the build quality is finaminal, however the interior carpeting is a little short and unreinforced, which can result in yo... Read More
2007 Toyota Camry by Robert
 — This Toyota was bought from the same dealer I had bought my Hilux from 20 years earlier and I sold the pickup to buy the Camry. This car has more stock horsepower than most standard V-8 cars. The fi... Read More

2007 Toyota Camry Overview

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2007 Toyota Camry

The Camry was totally redesigned for 2007, which is big news when it comes to a consistent best seller. The exterior is a huge difference, with a more sophisticated and aerodynamic look that suggests Toyota finally wants the Camry to look as good as it performs.

The interior has been completely redesigned as well. A more powerful engine and upgraded transmission complete the Camry's new look and feel.

The 2007 Camry is available in four trim levels and a hybrid version. The base model, the CE, comes well equipped, with power windows and cruise control. The LE is the second tier, adding features like an eight-way power drivers seat and keyless entry. The SE is the sport version, adding a firmer suspension, a three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel, blue Optitron meters, side rocker panel moldings, fog lamps, and aluminum alloy wheels. The XLE comes standard with dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth technology, a power moonroof, and reclining back seats.

Most Camry models are available with both engines and transmissions, but the manual can be paired only with the four-cylinder engine. The CE is offered only with the 2.4-liter inline four. The DOHC engine provides 158 horsepower and generates 161 pound-feet of torque. It is paired with a five-speed electronically controlled transmission.

All trims above the CE can be had with the four cylinder or a new V6. This 3.5-liter DOHC power plant provides 268 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque. This engine utilizes Toyota's Dual Variable Valve Timing + intelligence system to harness maximum engine potential, increase fuel economy, and lower emissions. The V6 Camrys will achieve EPA marks of 22/31 mpg and earn an ultra-low emissions rating.


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