Toronto, Ontario – Toyota Canada has introduced the 2009 Camry Hybrid at a lower price than its 2008 predecessor. The 2009 model offers more standard equipment and an MSRP of $30,660, down from $32,000 in 2008. The new model is now on sale.
“When we introduced the Camry Hybrid, we set a new benchmark for alternative power vehicles by enhancing one of North America’s most popular passenger cars with the clean, efficient power of Toyota Hybrid Synergy Drive,” said Tony Wearing, managing director of Toyota Canada. “For the 2009 model year, we build on Camry Hybrid’s success by adding even more standard features like a power moonroof, exciting new packages and an attractive starting MSRP. It’s our way of thanking Canadian drivers who have turned to Toyota for environmentally responsible automotive choices, and it’s part of our commitment to provide transparent and consistent value to our customers.”
For 2009, the Camry Hybrid is available in one trim level, and new for the model year, this includes a power moonroof, dual illuminated vanity mirrors and rear seat reading lamps as standard equipment.
Other features include a six-CD stereo, Eco Air Conditioning technology, eight-way power driver’s seat, folding rear seat, power locks and windows, heated mirrors and cruise control. A Premium Package is also available, which adds heated leather seats, four-way power passenger seat and DVD-based navigation system.