Russia – India-bound 2015 Toyota Camry (facelift) launched at INR 13.12 lakhs

Posted on: Nov 8, 2014 - 4:43pm IST

The Camry in Russia is available with three engine options. 

Post its debut at the Moscow Motor Show, the refreshed Toyota Camry has gone on sale in Russia with prices beginning at 998,000 Rubles (INR 13.12 lakhs). The facelift introduced for Russia is India bound, and is a bit different (read less sportier) compared to the American model.

2015 Toyota Camry front at the 2014 Moscow Motor Show
The Camry facelift gets a new front fascia with redesigned headlights and LED DRLs.

A hexagonal grille with chrome elements and parabolic slats, redesigned sharper looking headlights, new LED daytime running lights and an all-new bumper with a much larger airdam and foglight enclosures are seen at the front.

The rear gets a tweaked bumper and chrome lining for the taillight clusters. This, along with new alloy wheel patterns sum up the exterior changes on the car. Inside, Toyota has given it a new 3-spoke multifunction steering wheel and a redesigned instrument cluster.

Also read: Refreshed Toyota Etios and Liva launched in India with airbags as standard

2015 Toyota Camry interior at the 2014 Moscow Motor Show
A new steering wheel and an updated center console complete the changes inside.

The refreshed Camry doesn’t see any updates to its engines. In Russia, the car can be had with three petrol engine options (2.0-, 2.5- and 3.0-liter). For the Indian market, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) offers the Camry with a 2.5-liter petrol and a 2.5-liter Hybrid. The Hybrid gets a CVT gearbox and the petrol comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission.

Competitors: Honda Accord, Skoda Superb, VW Passat
Expected Price: INR 25-30 lakhs, ex-Showroom
Launch date: 2015

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2 thoughts on “Russia – India-bound 2015 Toyota Camry (facelift) launched at INR 13.12 lakhs

  1. hi2aravind says:

    Looks good.

  2. Sandeep Singh says:

    13’12 lacs?? if India hadn’t such taxes and was priced at 13’12 lacs the sales would be higher than Etios & Liva put together


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