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Facelifted Toyota Camry Launched.

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Toyota has launched the facelifted Camry in the Indian market. The new Camry comes in 4 variants, W1, W2, W3 and W4 and features subtle changes to the interiors and exteriors both.

The Camry still remains a CBU which means that its still costly compared to the competition. The prices start from Rs 21.26 Lakhs going all the way upto Rs 23.43 Lakhs for the top end automatic.

Everything remains the same mechanically which means that it still has the same suspension aggregates and the same 2.4 Litre 4 Cylinder VVTi engine.

The list of changes to the new Camry include. 

Jump over for the review of the changes.

Interiors:

* New Instrument Panel

* Optitron Meters With Multi Information Display Ala Corolla Altis

* 60/40 Split Rear Seats

* iPod Connectivity With AUX In ports.

* 6 CD/MP3 Changer

* Cruise Control (Only With Automatic Transmission)

* 8 Way Power Driver Seat

* 4-Way Power Passenger Seat

* Dual Zone Plasmacluster A/C

* Rear A/C Vents

* Auto Anti-Glare Mirror

* Auto headlmaps and Rains Sensing Wipers

Exteriors:

* New Chrome Grille

* Reprofiled Front Bumper

* Chrome Ringed Foglamps

* Multi-Reflector HID Headlamps With Retractable Washers

* LED Turn Blinkers Mounted On The Side Rear View Mirrors

* Moon Roof

* 10 Spoke 16?? Alloy Wheels

* Printed Antenna On The Rear Glass

* Aero Wiper Blades

For new interiors details click here!

For the Camry Facelift Brochure Click Here!

With the facelift Toyota has also introduced some new colors for the Camry - Super White II, Silver Metallic, Black, Beige Mica Metallic, Dark Green Mica Metallic

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Yes Sudeep' date=' this type of antenna is like the defogger lines stuck on the glass.[/quote']How will it extend and retract back if it is stuck on a glass?

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abey dhakkan jab antenaa printed hai to extend and retract kaise ho sakta hai !!!!

Please mind your language. Your are elder than me that does not give you right to use these Downmarket Words for me.

antenaa ka main function signal catch karna hota hai naa ki extend or retract hona

THANKS For Telling Me This. I never Knew the Function of an Antenna. smiley36.gif

If the Length of Antenna does not play any role in Catching the Signal, why do Manufacturers Provide Extendable/Retractable Antenna?

Why do you think one faces Poor Signal Receiving Problems on Highways?

The Longer the Antenna, the Better the Signal is catched.

The OEM Music System (Read MP3 Player+Radio) provided with Accent, Indigo XL, and some other Cars have Retractable Antenna on the Rear Left Side of the car above the Fuel Filler Lid. And FYI, they are Retractable. smiley26.gif

@akj53in

You see Some People Are Really *****.sudeepd2009-08-02 08:44:42

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Mr singhji i would suggest you to go through the rules and regulations of usage of this forum.

Using any defamatory or indecent words are strictly prohibited in this forum and the Language to be used are strict English not Hind-lish(Hindi and English mixture).Please maintain decency and donot disrespect any members in this forum.Its an auto-enthusiasts forum not a forum to show who is the boss here......

MODS:  please be strict with members who use these kinds of derogatory words.smiley3.gifsmiley3.gif

 

Sorry Sudeepd on behalf of Mr Singhji.smiley26.gif
swiftvxi062009-08-02 10:52:11

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