2013 Toyota Camry Gets Soft Touch Enhancments

Luke Vandezande
by Luke Vandezande

Toyota’s seventh-generation Camry reaches the 2013 model year with a handful of enhancements including soft touch materials on the front door panels.

Those panels will be included on the LE trims including the hybrid and the mid-level SE trim. The LE trim will also get arm rests that match the interior color instead of the black units in the 2012 model.

Cars with leather seating also get new stitching accents on the door panels as well.

Blind spot monitoring is also available with the SE trim level and adds rear cross traffic alert. The entry-level L and hybrid LE models will also come with a display audio screen as standard equipment.

GALLERY: 2013 Toyota Camry

Luke Vandezande
Luke Vandezande

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