2013 Toyota Camry Release Date and Redesign
Toyota has released the company revealed 2013 Toyota Camry in the global market which will start selling in the showroom at the end of 2012, features of the New Camry will be more modern and stylish than its predecessor, 2013 Toyota Camry redesgin information which we will discuss below.
Features include updates on 2013 Toyota Camry Program Entune stereo, mobile phone function package Pandora music loading, search engine optimization services Google, loading radio and real-time traffic. Wireless, feedback iPod, Side / Layer Safety bags, Balance Control, Grip Control, improved design, internal improvement, Web Entune program that combines sound and infotainment systems. Manage incoming board is also moving higher, a more streamlined front beam support increasing exposure and opening the door filter shoulder boards.
2013 Toyota Camry, By redesigning the Camry for model-year 2012, Toyota got a jump key on competitors that will be all-new for model-year 2013. The 2013 Honda Accord, 2013 Chevrolet Malibu, 2013 Nissan Altima, and 2013 Ford Fusion will boast fresh styling of their own and interesting powertrain and technology story lines.
Toyota could tweak the Camry in response but isn’t likely to make any notable changes until model-year 2014. A midcycle facelift probably is on tap for model-year 2015, with the next full redesign likely slated for model-year 2016. How this seventh-generation Camry will change over the course of its lifecycle is open to debate. But we’re not betting on introduction of a turbocharged four-cylinder engine or elimination of the V-6. Neither move would fit the expectations of Camry’s vast and loyal customer base.
Whether the seventh-generation Camry design will spawn a two-door coupe or convertible model also is open to conjecture. The Toyota Solara was a Camry spin-off that served that role but was discontinued after the 2008 model year because of slow sales. Among key rivals, only the Honda Accord and Nissan Altima have offered coupe body styles in addition to their sedans. No direct competitor is available as a convertible.
Return of a Camry-based coupe or convertible could help Toyota inject a bit of sportiness into the Camry family without having to compromise the core mission of the sedan. The Venza crossover shows how Toyota has already broadened Camry’s reach without diluting its sedan flavor. Venza plays the role of a Camry station wagon, but goes SUV-trendy with a high seating position and available all-wheel drive. 2013 toyota camry mpg, 2013 toyota camry colors, 2013 toyota camry hybrid review, 2013 toyota camry specs.
The price is set 2013 Toyota Camry varied and based on brand, price starts at $ 22,500 – $ 31,000. 2013 Toyota Camry LE for $ 22,500. 2013 Camry SE for $ 24,500. 2013 Camry XLE for $ 27,500. And 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid for $ 26,000.