With no major changes being brought about to the mix, the 2011 Toyota Camry is one of the most successful vehicles in the segment mostly due to its reliability and superior value for money factor as opposed to the rivals. Available in multiple body styles, the bestseller 2011 Camry gets the same exterior design upgrades from 2010. Also available in a total of four varied trims, the prices for the for-sale 2011 Camry start from an MSRP of $20,195 for the Base trim. It goes up against the likes of the Chevrolet Malibu, Ford Fusion, and the Nissan Altima.
2011 Toyota Camry For Sale
The 2011 Toyota Camry starts off at a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $20,195 for the Base variant, while the top-end premium XLE Camry variant with the Inline-4 engine is priced at $26,725. Now while the LE trim is priced at $21,650, it might be wise to let go of this trim and go for the even more so premium SE trim for $22,965. Also available is a 6-speed automatic setup, which comes at over a premium of $1050 over the standard manual transmission setup with the Base, LE, and XLE trims. Prospective shoppers in the Used Toyota Car market can expect to pay an average listing price of around $7,000 to $13,000 for the 2011 Camry. Also, the true cost to own the Camry rounds up to $22,900 for over a period of 5 years.
Toyota Camry Buying Advice
As mentioned above, both the Base and LE Camry trims offer a more rudimentary set of features, although moving onto the SE trim gets you the latest and most advanced features on offer as standard for a nominal price tag of $22,965. This is with the standard 6-speed Manual setup. Also, we would also suggest you go for the V6 variant of the Camry SE, for a price of $26,640. For budget-friendly reasons, we would also suggest sticking to the 2011 Toyota Camry and not going beyond that. Furthermore, the 2012 Camry marked the start of a new generation, and so forth received a major redesign along with refined engine units. Also, one could go for the 2015 Camry, which set the benchmark for the styling and also the feature front that you see in the present Camry.
The midsize sedan has time and again offered a practical interior setup, but is in need of a cabin design upgrade off late. On the specs front, replacing the previous Inline-4 engine is the 2011 Camry's 2.5L Inline-4 unit, whereas the previously standard 3.5L V6 is offered as optional now. Also available is a Camry hybrid variant, which gets a 187 hp 2.5L Inline-4 unit with an electric motor. It also comes with about 2 different transmission options. On the safety front, Toyota has furthermore, made the previously optional safety tech as standard now.