Toyota Camry Hybrid SE adds a dash of limited-edition sport

Toyota Camry Hybrid SE adds a dash of limited-edition sport

February 5, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Filed under: Chicago Auto Show , Hybrid , Sedan , Toyota For drivers who want to benefit from the increased efficiency of a hybrid sedan but who don’t want to look like they’d rather be hugging trees, Toyota has just announced its 2014.5 Camry Hybrid SE Limited Edition . The SE LTD combines the exterior bits and pieces that make the SE look sportier than other Camry models with the 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine, electric motor and nickel metal hydride battery pack of the Camry Hybrid. That means the Hybrid SE offers up 200 combined system horsepower to the front wheels, and we’d expect it to be rated at the same 40 miles per gallon city and 38 highway of the Camry XLE Hybrid. Only 5,000 units will be produced between February and June of 2014, with an asking price of $27,845, which is about $700 more expensive than the base Camry Hybrid LE or $2,620 less than the Hybrid XLE that Toyota says shares a similar level of equipment. Sounds like a fair shake to us. Scroll down below for the complete press release. Continue reading Toyota Camry Hybrid SE adds a dash of limited-edition sport Toyota Camry Hybrid SE adds a dash of limited-edition sport originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 04 Feb 2014 14:32:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink

2012 Toyota Prius C configurator revs up

2012 Toyota Prius C configurator revs up

March 13, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Filed under: Car Buying , Hybrid , Hatchback , Toyota You can now build and price a little Toyota Prius C of your own, all of which can be done in a configurator that appears to have been designed by Max Headroom and Pixar. The latest and littlest memeber of the Prius family comes in four stock grades, conveniently numbered One, Two, Three and Four. To get the game started you’ll need $19,710 in configurator money for the Prius C One – that’s an $18,950 base price and $760 for destination charges. Even the least of the four comes with options like Bluetooth and remote keyless entry, the only conspicuous base-model giveaway being the 15-inch steel wheels. Head for the Prius C Four, as we did, and you’ll start at $23,990 and get all the trimmings. The single most substantive option at this height is a $1,150 set of premium, bladed alloy wheels to replace the standard alloys. They aren’t even an option on the One. The other exterior and interior options are mainly cosmetic, like protective film and side moldings, or convenience, like an ashtray cup and a cargo tray. Checking every box will set you back $26,287. It’s pretty straightforward – for instance, there are nine exterior colors, one is black, then there are two variations on white, red and blue.

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