2012 Toyota Camry features and pricing on Driving the Nation

The 2012 Toyota Camry will be available in the entry-level L ($21,955), LE ( $22,500, a decrease of $200 or 0.9 percent compared to the 2011 model).

The XLE and SE are available with four-cylinder or V6 engines.
The 2012 Toyota Camry premium XLE four-cylinder ($24,725, a decrease of $2,000 or 7.5 percent compared to previous model year), or 6-cylinder ($29,845, which is the same price as the 2011 model), pand sporty SE 4-cylinder (Four-cylinder SE models will have an MSRP of $23,000, a decrease of $965 or 4.0 percent) or V6 ( the 2012 SE V6 model will remain priced at $26,640) grades.

The Camry Hybrid is offered in LE and XLE grades. Toyota says the Camry Hybrid LE has a manufacturer-estimated 43 city/39 mpg hwy/41mpg combined, and a MSRP of $25,900, and a decrease of $1,150 compared to the 2011 model. The premium Camry Hybrid XLE model features a MSRP of $27,400, a decrease of $800 compared to the previous model with upgrade package.

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