White Pearl Crystal Shine
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Toyotahas updated the2018 Camry Hybridwith changes to its interior. Gone is the old black-and-beige dual-tone dashboard. Instead, you now get an all-black finish with refreshed faux wood inserts. Even the headliner and the door cards are now finished in black while the seats get tan-brown leather upholstery instead of the lighter beige seen on the older version. Toyota has even replaced the older four-spoke steering wheel with a sleeker three-spoke unit with controls for various functions.
The asking price of the sedan has gone up from Rs 31.98 lakh in 2017 to Rs 37.22 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi) this year.
We drive the all-new Toyota Camry Hybrid, one of the most overlooked and under rated cars in the country to see if this green car is just a mere showcase of technology or if it is something much more.
The seventh generation Camry packs in all the essential comfort and convenience functionalities while keeping a tab on its overall pricing courtesy its CKD assembly now up and running here in India. Though identical to the previous generation model in its overall dimensions, the 2012 model gets a more dignified look both on the outside as well as the inside.
Refreshed styling, Style, Space, Luxurious feel factor
No Diesel model, No Manual Gearbox
The new Toyota Camry is now a more premium yet competitively priced luxury car offering
The updated interior seems to be the only change in the 2018 Camry
With the government dithering on its plans for electrification of the Indian automotive sector, hybrids seem to be the answer to reduce vehicular emissions in the country
According to Toyota, the Camry Hybrid initially had higher demand than its petrol counterpart
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