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Toyota Camry Hybrid 2012 Three Advantages

November 25, 2012 By: afiqomp Category: Asian Car, Toyota

2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid, using a new engine 2.5 liter 4-cylinder VVT-i engine replaces the 2.4 liter VVT-i. Power and torque of a new mechanical heart bigger than the previous model. And an increase in fuel efficiency as Toyota managed to reduce internal engine friction, optimizing the regenerative braking, improve voltage control-motor, reducing internal friction in the transaxle.

Toyota Camry Hybrid 2012 Front Side View

Battery nickel-metal-hydride with better air cooling. Batteries are stored under the back seat and more compact dimensions so that the luggage capacity of 59.5 liters of a larger 371 liter.
This Camry managed to lighten the weight of the model that replaced 2012. Besides using the Camry Hybrid tires 17 “with low rolling resistance (low rolling resistance). All of them applied in order to support this midsize sedan is more green.

This hybrid car is still adopting the ECO mode. Cars can walk along the 2.56 miles on electric power only at speeds below 40 km / h.

2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid Rear Side View

Toyota Camry Hybrid 2012 Cockpit View

Fro gasoline consumption 17.43 km / liter (combinations) or 30% better than previous models. Engine produces 156 hp power and 211 Nm of torque – 147 hp and 185 predecessor Nm. While the electric motor-powered 141 hp and 269 Nm of torque. Hybrid Synergy Drive system to collect power 200 hp (186 hp the previous model).

For the U.S. market, the this Camry is available in two grades; LE and XLE. Interestingly, the price of 2012 Camry was more expensive than previous models.
Hybrid Camry LE 2012 U.S. $ 1150 cheaper to U.S. $ 25,900. Hybrid Camry XLE 2012 prices to U.S. $ 27,400 or U.S. $ 800 cheaper. So 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid, cheaper, greener, and more powerful.


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