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Toyota Announces Prices for Upgraded 2005 Camry Sedan

July 6, 2004

Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., announced manufacturer's suggested retail prices (MSRP) for the 2005 Camry sedan. The 2005 Camry arrived in dealer showrooms on July 1. All Camry sedans receive enhancements for the new model year which include a restyled front fascia, grille, headlamps and taillamps. In addition to these styling changes, the Standard and LE grades receive new wheel cover designs. The SE model receives a new unique grille, with 17-inch alloy wheels now standard on SE V6 models. Anti-lock Brakes (ABS) are now standard on all 2005 Camry sedans. Automatic transmissions on the four-cylinder models have been upgraded to a five-speed electronically controlled transmission with intelligence (ECT-i). Camry prices increase $100 on four-cylinder LE, SE and XLE models. Standard grade and the premium XLE V6 pricing remains unchanged, while V6 LE and SE models receive a price increase of $120 and $310, respectively. Click here to view chart
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