The new, imported-from-Japan Toyota Camry range has arrived in Australia, a month after the company closed the Melbourne factory that produced its predecessor for 30 years.
And while Toyota no longer has the same incentive to retain those super-sharp real-world deals it offered on the old car – designed to drive demand, and thereby retain production at the required level to keep the Altona factory open until its scheduled close – the new Camry is extremely affordable nevertheless.
This is interesting considering the company has previously said it would move this new Camry upmarket, and expected a sales reduction. That said, it also expects to remain the market leader and continue its current 23-year streak.
In fact, prices (RRP to RRP) have been reduced for six of the nine new Camry variants, though the discounts on the old car must be kept in mind.
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