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2016 Toyota Camry

2016 TOYOTA CAMRY: Toyota's redesigned Camry midsize sedan for 2016 wears new chiseled features that accentuate the aerodynamic wind-cheating body lines. The '16 model lineup includes the Camry L, SE, XLE, and XSE, as well as Hybrid L, SE and XLE.  A standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine produces 178-horsepower, while the 2.5L 4 Hybrid generates 200-hp. The top-tier  XLE and XSE grades come with the DOHC 3.5L V-6 that delivers 268-hp. Mated with the gasoline engines is a six-speed automatic gearbox and a continuously variable transmission for the Hybrid. With its hybrid synergy drive powertrain, the '16 Camry Hybrid is also available in XLE and SE grades. All '16 Camry models are slightly longer (1.8 in.) with a wider track stance. New headlamps are available with LED low and high beams with auto static leveling. The pronounced side character line sweeps from front to rear, blending into the taillight treatment and standard backup camera. Toyota upped the ante in the redesign by adding a specially-tuned suspension on SE, XSE and Special Edition models. Varying by model, the redesigned and upscale five-passenger cabin includes seat cover textures that range from premium fabric up to genuine leather trim and Ultrasuede with durable, high contrast French-stitching for a plush, hushed interior throughout. Where the rubber meets the road, the new Camry shows off new 16-inch wheel covers (LE) and new 17 and 18-inch alloy wheel designs (other grades). Every Camry sold in North America is the product of over 7,000 skilled American team members. From design and engineering in Michigan to assembly in Kentucky, a unique American touch goes into each Camry. All Camry trim levels offer 15.4-cu. ft. of luggage room in the tailored trunk.
 

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