Toyota Camry Lineup Gets Interior And Tech Updates One Year In

Toyota CamryFollowing the introduction of the all-new seventh-generation Toyota Camry and Camry Hybrid for 2012, these midsize sedans enter the 2013 model year gaining enhancements to interior design and comfort and safety technology. The Blind Spot Monitor system, with availability expanded to the Camry SE grade, adds a rear cross traffic alert function.

2013 Toyota Camry Gets Soft Touch Enhancments

Toyota CamryToyota seventh-generation Camry reaches the 2013 model year with a handful of enhancements including soft touch materials on the front door panels.

Those panels will be included on the LE trims including the hybrid and the mid-level SE trim. The LE trim will also get arm rests that match the interior color instead of the black units in the 2012 model.

Hyundai In Shock As Toyota Camry Wins 2013 Korea Car Of The Year Award

Toyota CamryUntil recently, South Korea had a taxing policy that made importing cars nigh impossible. It was a means to protect its homegrown automakers, of course, i.e. Hyundai and Kia, from foreign competition.

Toyota, for one, only entered the South Korean market in 2010. In 2011, it managed to shift 5,020 vehicles. Last year, it more than doubled that number, to 10,795 and, despite the strong competition from German rivals, increased its market share from 4.78 to 8.25 percent.

Its biggest victory, though, came a few days ago when the Camry mid-size family sedan won the 2013 “Korea Car of the Year” award.

2013 Toyota Camry Review

RECORD HYBRID SALES FOR TOYOTA, INDUSTRYThe 2013 Toyota Camry proves great things can be made even greater. Thanks to a bold new design, improved handling and 30 years of history on the road, Canadians embraced the new 2012 Camry, making it the most popular model in the mid-size sedan segment. Now, for 2013, Toyota Canada enhances the Camry and Camry Hybrid with a standard back-up camera. Toyota Canada also introduces a new Value Package for the popular Camry LE now, offering the premium features most requested by drivers.

Toyota Raises Prices Slightly On Prius C, Camry Hybrid

Toyota increasing Prius C production to meet high demandThe world's largest automaker , Toyota , boosted the price of the compact Prius C by $130 to a base price of $19,080 and the deluxe version to $23,360. The 2013 Camry Hybrid's price will be up $165 to a base of $26,140 and a top-line price of $27,670. Other Toyota models getting the inflation treatment include the Highlander Hybrid (a $200 hike) as well as the Sienna, Tacoma and Sequoia lines.

History Making Award For Toyota Camry Hybrid

2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid just arrivedToyota's Camry Hybrid (Camry H) has made history by becoming the first Australian-built hybrid car to win an influential Australia's Best Cars award.

The most affordable Camry Hybrid, Camry H has been judged 2012 Best Medium Car under $50,000 - winning against 20 other models in a highly competitive market.

Latest Toyota Camry Attracts Younger Buyers

Latest Toyota Camry Attracts Younger BuyersToyota's latest Camry range is attracting a significantly higher share of younger buyers than its predecessor, the company said today.

Toyota Australia's executive director sales and marketing Matthew Callachor said customers are also buying more up-market versions.

Track-inspired Toyota Camry Dream Build Launched By Nascar Superstar Kyle Busch

Track-Inspired Toyota Camry Dream Build Launched by NASCAR Superstar Kyle BuschKyle Busch—whose 104 career wins across all three of its top series make him one of NASCAR’s top drivers in terms of diversity—is now hoping to head to the winner’s circle in a different kind of race: the Toyota Racing Dream Build Challenge (www.ToyotaRacingDreamBuild.com). Busch—one of four racing stand-outs pitted against each other in the vehicle-modification build competition—is diving into a 2012 Toyota Camry SE and remaking it into the “Rowdy Edition” Camry, named for Busch’s nickname on the racing circuit, “Rowdy.”

Toyota Camry And Camry Hybrid Take Ecocar Awards

Toyota Camry And Camry Hybrid Take ECOcar AwardsToyota's Camry Hybrid and petrol Camry have come first and second in the ECOcar of the year awards for 2012.

It is the first major award taken by the new Camry and its flagship hybrid version - both launched in the last six months.

The two Camry versions claimed the award ahead of 29 other vehicles assessed by judges from specialist national magazine ECOcar.