As the Camry has been the top-selling car the past 9 out of 10 years, Toyota is striving to not just maintain but to regain market share by not only redesigning the 2012 Camry for more comfort and visual appeal, better drive experience, and fuel economy, but reducing the
2012 Camry LE: $22,500, a reduction of $200
2012 Camry SE: Starting at $23,000, a reduction of $1,000
2012 Camry XLE: $24,725, a reduction of $2,000
2012 Camry Hybrid LE: 25,900, 25,900 $1,150.
The 2012 Toyota Camry might not be a must-have car for an automotive enthusiast, but with Toyota’s efforts to reclaim the Camry’s reputation as a top choice for safety and value with a nicer, roomier interior, increased fuel efficiency and lower prices, and electronic connectivity, it begs a serious second look for the mid-sized buyer.