SE 4dr Sedan
2007 Toyota Camry

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Engine Engine 2.4LI-4
MPG MPG 24 City / 34 Hwy
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2007 Camry Overview

Toyota is introducing an all-new Camry for 2007.Gone is the Camry criticized as stodgy and plain.The new one features aerodynamic new styling that shows more vigor and life than we've come to expect from a car many have labeled, and not kindly, Japan's Buick.

The 2007 Toyota Camry is thoroughly revamped, re-worked and upgraded from the tires to the roof, from the front bumper to the back, from the dashboard to the trunk.Inside is a new, airy interior.The engines are more powerful, the transmissions more diverse.And across the line, the new models are more fuel efficient.

Models range from the surprisingly well-equipped CE to the near-luxury XLE.In between are the LE, a modest step up from the base CE, and the SE, decked out with suspension, tires and trim to please the sporty crowd.Also new for 2007 is the Toyota Camry Hybrid with a combination electric motor/gasoline engine fitted with a new, super-efficient, continuously variable transmission.While the federal government's fuel economy ratings are just estimates, the Hybrid's range from 37 to 43 mpg.

All Camry models are five-passenger, four-door sedans.(The Camry Solara convertible has not been redesigned.)

Almost from its debut in the U.S.23 years ago as a 1983 model, the Camry has been a quality car, a solid design, well built and with almost unmatched durability.For eight of the past nine years, the Camry has been the best selling car in America.Today, the Toyota Camry defines the midsize four-door sedan.It's the standard for the segment all the others are measured against.
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2007 Camry Overview

Toyota is introducing an all-new Camry for 2007.Gone is the Camry criticized as stodgy and plain.The new one features aerodynamic new styling that shows more vigor and life than we've come to expect from a car many have labeled, and not kindly, Japan's Buick.

The 2007 Toyota Camry is thoroughly revamped, re-worked and upgraded from the tires to the roof, from the front bumper to the back, from the dashboard to the trunk.Inside is a new, airy interior.The engines are more powerful, the transmissions more diverse.And across the line, the new models are more fuel efficient.

Models range from the surprisingly well-equipped CE to the near-luxury XLE.In between are the LE, a modest step up from the base CE, and the SE, decked out with suspension, tires and trim to please the sporty crowd.Also new for 2007 is the Toyota Camry Hybrid with a combination electric motor/gasoline engine fitted with a new, super-efficient, continuously variable transmission.While the federal government's fuel economy ratings are just estimates, the Hybrid's range from 37 to 43 mpg.

All Camry models are five-passenger, four-door sedans.(The Camry Solara convertible has not been redesigned.)

Almost from its debut in the U.S.23 years ago as a 1983 model, the Camry has been a quality car, a solid design, well built and with almost unmatched durability.For eight of the past nine years, the Camry has been the best selling car in America.Today, the Toyota Camry defines the midsize four-door sedan.It's the standard for the segment all the others are measured against.Hide Full Review