Specially modified hybrid engine imported from Japan to be built locally by end of year.
Toyota Australia launches its second-generation locally built Camry Hybrid with a 5.4% price cut for the base model. The A$2,000 ($2,108) reduction lowers the asking price for the H model to A$34,990 ($36,883). However, the higher trim-level Camry HL gets upgrades worth at least A$4,500 ($4,743), boosting the retail price by A$1,500 to A$41,490 ($1,581 to $43,734). The new Camry Hybrid for the first time in Australia offers a towing capacity of 660 lbs. (300 kg), enough to provide ...
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