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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#984 of 5338 Re: best example to date [jimbobjoegin]
Jan 04, 2006 (12:29 am)
OK let's answer this question w/ the best example of many i can think of...
o' lets see... does anyone remember the 1998 mercedes ML320? there was no other SUV like it at it's debut, until the 1999 lexus rx300, which looked so closely like ML320 you had to wait to see the lexus emblem in the grill to know for sure.
now i'm not saying that the new '07 camry isn't stylish, quite the contrary, i just wish toyota would come out and say "we've never had ideas of our own, so this time we ripped off audi."
#985 of 5338 Re: 4-cylinder horsepower [tinatina]
Jan 04, 2006 (6:01 am)
In 2005, before the re-ratings, the PZEV Camry was rated at 151 horses. In 2006, which encompasses the re-ratings, the PZEV Camry is rated at 148 horses.
#986 of 5338 Re: best example to date [ashe]
Jan 04, 2006 (6:05 am)
I completely disagree with you on this. The ML320 debut and RX300 debut were very close to each other, and its HIGHLY unlikely that any styling details for the RX were modified after the ML's debut. I personally have never mistaken one for the other, and yours is the first argument that I've read citing these two examples. The ML looked particularly minivan like from the rear, and the front fascias were quite different.
I don't see Audi in the new Camry. I find it to be fairly squat, and the overall shape reminds me of the Lexus GS. In anycase, its not style that sells Camry and Accords....
#988 of 5338 Re: PRICE [mark63]
Jan 04, 2006 (9:33 am)
Standard Camry with no options except mats lists for $20000 with local rebates. In this region it's $750.
LE Camry is about $21300 less the rebate.
LE Camry w/SAB is abt $22000 less the rebate.
Negotiate your best deal.
#989 of 5338 Re: Pictures [navigator89]
Jan 04, 2006 (1:53 pm)
these are really old
#990 of 5338 Re: PRICE [kdhspyder]
Jan 04, 2006 (1:54 pm)
o-oh, more expensive than last generation
#991 of 5338 Re: PRICE [day9]
Jan 04, 2006 (1:58 pm)
HUH? These are the MSRP prices for the present 2006's on the lots now. The new 2007's are being built in KY now.
The pricing is not known yet but probably similar to the above. Interesting point is that the transaction prices of Camry's have actually increased in the last year or two.
#992 of 5338 Re: Pictures [day9]
Jan 04, 2006 (3:01 pm)
That may be but I'm sure some people havent seen them.
#993 of 5338 Hey... I'm liking the new Camry!
Jan 04, 2006 (4:18 pm)
I want to know how much it the top line Camry?
And the type of engine it will have?
The new Camry looks like a car I would see on the Lexus models! Esp. the GS! Good Toyota!
I wonder if the new Lexus ES will looks similar? Huh!!?
Any feedback will truly help me THANKS!!!