2007 Toyota Camry Overview


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2007 Toyota Camry Overview

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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