The 2011 Toyota Camry is in the fifth and last year of its model life, but it continues to be a top-selling mid-size sedan, as it has been for years. A very minor facelift for 2010 will carry it through until it is replaced for 2012, though for green buyers, it will be the Camry Hybrid model that’s of most interest.
The Camry sedan is such a frequent part of the automotive landscape that it’s almost beyond styling; it’s so anonymous that it simply is. Styling is somewhere between conservative and understated inside and out, though by this point, the interior—while serviceable and easy to understand—is drab and behind the times.
The 2011 Camry offers two gasoline engines and the Hybrid model, with a total of seven models and trim levels altogether. At the bottom of the range is the stark CE model with a 169-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and a six-speed manual transmission. That’s rated at 22 mpg city, 33 mpg highway, and 26 mpg combined.
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