2007 Camry Hybrid: Innovative Toyota Car Product

One of the best-designed cars of Toyota gets a new look and upgrade, especially this year as they introduce the 2007 Camry Hybrid to the public. This time however, it is armed with newer and more special style, power and features. In fact, for the very first time, the 2007 Camry Hybrid will be based on a gas-or-electric hybrid model.

If one will gets a close look at the the model for the 2007 Camry Hybrid, you will note that the overall span or length of the 2002-2006 Camry versions was retained. The only difference is the addition of 2.2 inches to the base and the height that was strategically decreased to fit its additional features. Standard airbags instead of those alternative curtain airbags were also added to this modern hybrid car version.

Hybrid Car Technology at its Finest

As for the 2007 Camry Hybrid car line specifications, it exhibits a CE trim-level that is considered as a leading price quality, luxury XLE, sporty SE and volume LE. For the engine configurations, it has a one hundred fifty-eight horsepower, two and half liter and four-cylindrical engine type that gives more power to the overall hybrid car itself. It also projects a five-speed manual transmission although this can vary to the other versions that will be soon released.

For instance, the SE, LE and XLE types have V6 modifications in terms of its engine with a higher two hundred sixty-eight horsepower, three and a half liter engine that increases its chances to be propelled at a much higher rate. It also has a six speed automatic transmission that makes it more viable than the previous common type of 2007 Camry Hybrid introduced.

The 2007 Camry Hybrid is actually the hybrid counterpart or version of the Toyota Sedan under the same type or brand. When it was released, the original price of it was a little close to twenty-six thousand dollars plus a five hundred eighty dollar deliver fee. It also has hit an amazing sixty thousand sales all over the United States annually, which amounts to almost fifteen percent of total Camry sales.

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