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8.0
/ 10
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BASE INVOICE
$18,882
BASE MSRP
$20,195
On Features
With a wide range of trim levels and base prices, the 2011 Toyota Camry should, from a value standpoint, appeal to many mid-size sedan shoppers.
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user-friendly entertainment/nav/HVAC controls
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a solid, substantial little limousine for the masses
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optional USB input for controlling, as well as playing, iPods through the stereo
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The navigation system is easy to program, but it absorbs and complicates some audio functions.
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With those two engines and a seven different models in all, ranging from the base (and quite stark) CE model to the sporty SE and luxurious XLE, the Camry can satisfy almost any mid-size sedan shopper's need. Most Camry models have a rather soft ride, though the SE grade gets stiffer suspension settings and other performance improvements. Throughout the lineup (except the SE), don't expect sporty handling.

The base 2011 Toyota Camry includes air conditioning, power windows and locks, and a CD sound system—enough to please the most frugal buyers, especially considering the sticker price is around $20,000.

Base and LE Camry models can be optioned with an upgraded audio system with Bluetooth, a USB port, MP3, and streaming music capability. A 440-watt JBL audio system (with Bluetooth technology) is standard on the XLE, as are keyless entry, dual-zone climate control, heated mirrors, and a garage-door opener. A DVD-based navigation system, heated seats, leather upholstery, and a Smart Key entry system with push-button start are all optional on the XLE and SE.

The 2011 Toyota Camry delivers on its value proposition, at least in the lower trim levels. But a fully loaded Camry can run well into the $30,000 range, where it seems out of place compared to some of the other vehicles in that price category.

Conclusion

With a wide range of trim levels and base prices, the 2011 Toyota Camry should, from a value standpoint, appeal to many mid-size sedan shoppers.

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