2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid Review, Concept, Price and Release date
2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid Review
Maintaining the Camry’s position as America’s best-selling car apparently wasn’t enough for Toyota. Just three years after the debut of an all-new seventh-generation model, the 2015 Toyota Camry gets a thorough upgrade. Revised styling and ride quality, added safety options and new trim levels mark the most significant changes. Although the 2015 Toyota Camry isn’t all-new, Toyota says that the roof is the only body panel that carries over. The new model is nearly 2 inches longer and its wheels are spaced another half-inch apart, but the most obvious change is a wider, trapezoidal grille shape, not unlike the template from current Lexus models. The 2015 Toyota Camry also gets two new trim levels. The XSE trim level builds on the sporty SE trim level with an even firmer suspension setup, unique 18-inch wheels and tires and a revised front end look. Existing L, LE, XLE and SE trim levels carry over from last year. A new Hybrid SE trim level also pairs the hybrid powertrain with the SE trim level offerings for the first time. Nothing changes under the hood. The base engine remains a 2.5-liter four-cylinder generating 178 horsepower. A 3.5-liter V6 option is rated at 286 hp and 248 pound-feet of torque. The hybrid, meanwhile, joins the four-cylinder (detuned to 156 hp) to an electric motor. All models offer a standard six-speed automatic transmission.
The official presentation is now behind us, and of course we are now interested when we be able to purchase it. There is no information about this, but we expect it in dealerships by June. The new 2015 Toyota Camry will still have very popular price which will be in the range of $ 22.500 for the basic version to $ 28.500 for the XLE version.
Although the 2015 Toyota Camry is America’s best seller, it’s not the only midsize sedan choice. The Ford Fusion, Honda Accord and Volkswagen Passat are just a few of the formidable rivals in this class.