Toyota Camry 2012 Car Specification & Price In Nigeria

Toyota Camry 2012 price in Nigeria ₦3.4 Million Naira, Nigerian used New is ₦6.8 Million Naira

Toyota Camry 2012 Car Specification & Price In Nigeria
Toyota Camry 2012 Car Specification & Price In Nigeria, Specification, Image and Price in Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Uganda

The redesigned 2012 Toyota Camry’s great reliability rating, comfortable ride, and roomy interior contribute to its high position in our midsize car rankings. It has a much nicer interior than ever before, but its classmates are still much sportier.

Is the 2012 Toyota Camry a Good Used Car?

Shoppers looking for a comfortable cruiser should be happy with the 2012 Camry. Toyota fully redesigned the Camry for 2012, giving it much nicer interior materials and slightly better fuel economy estimates. This midsize car also boasts outstanding reliability, though it isn’t very enjoyable to drive.

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How Much Is the 2012 Toyota Camry?

Based on nearly 85 listings on our Jiji for the 2012 Toyota Camry, prices range from about ₦3.4 Million Naira to ₦3.8 Million Naira Its average list price of about ₦3.7 Million Naira is high for the class. The price you pay depends on the vehicle’s condition, mileage, features, and location.

How Much Does the 2012 Toyota Camry Cost to Own?

The 2012 Toyota Camry’s five-year estimated costs for fuel, insurance, maintenance, and repairs are roughly ₦3.7 Million Naira or about ₦500,000 Naira per year. Those are below-average five-year costs.

Is It Better to Buy a Used or New Camry?

Toyota completely redesigned the Camry for 2018, giving it superior handling and better fuel economy than its predecessor. It also has updated interior and exterior styling and both the standard and available engines received a boost of more than 30 extra horsepower each. The new Camry also comes with a ton of standard advanced safety features, including a rearview camera, lane departure alert with steering assist, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, and a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection. Go for the 2018 Camry if these changes interest you. If not, stick with the older and less expensive 2012 Camry.

Which Model Year of the Toyota Camry Is Best?

The 2012 model year marks the beginning of a generation that ended with the 2017 Camry. For the 2012 redesign, the Camry gained a more powerful base engine, a standard six-speed automatic transmission, slightly higher fuel economy estimates, a larger trunk, and refreshed exterior styling. It also has a much nicer interior with quality materials, an updated available touch-screen interface, and reshuffled trims and features.

The 2013 Camry gained a standard touch screen and available rear cross-traffic alert. The 2014 Camry added a standard rearview camera halfway through the model year. The 2015 Camry received a mid generation refresh with improved suspension and handling, as well as several available advanced safety features like adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and a pre-collision system. The 2016 Camry received a Special Edition trim, and for 2017, the XLE and XSE trim gained a standard enhanced multimedia system.

If you have some flexibility in your budget, we recommend the 2015 Camry on account of its heavy mid generation refresh. Budget-minded shoppers uninterested in these changes should be happy with the 2012 Camry.

How Reliable Is the 2012 Toyota Camry?

The 2012 Toyota Camry has a reliability rating of five out of five from J.D. Power, which is outstanding among all vehicles.

2012 Toyota Camry Recalls

The 2012 Toyota Camry has two safety recalls. One corrects a problem with the air conditioning drain clogging, which could cause the airbags to deploy if left unfixed. Another recall addresses a problem with the front passenger airbags deploying improperly or not at all. Make sure a Toyota dealer has addressed these recalls before purchasing the Camry.

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Which Used Toyota Camry Is Right for Me?

There are four main trims for the 2012 Toyota Camry: L, LE, SE, and XLE. Most shoppers will be content with the base trim. Standard features include a six-speaker audio system, Bluetooth, a USB port, a tilt and telescopic steering wheel, cloth upholstery, and daytime running lights.

However, the LE trim is the way to go if you want the best combination of features and value. It adds remote keyless entry, steering wheel-mounted audio and Bluetooth controls, and a 6.1-inch touch-screen infotainment system.

The SE trim adds performance-oriented interior and exterior styling and a sport suspension system. The top-of-the-line XLE trim adds niceties such as satellite radio, HD Radio, dual-zone climate control, a moonroof, heated and power-adjustable front seats, leather upholstery, wood trim, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Before purchasing a used Camry with Bluetooth, you should test it out to make sure it can connect to your smartphone, as Bluetooth standards have changed over the years.

How much Toyota Camry 2012 price in Nigeria?

2012 Toyota Camry Price In Nigeria
MODEL PRICE
Brand New 2012 Toyota Camry ₦6.8 Million  Naira
Nigerian used a 2012 Toyota Camry ₦3.4 Million Naira
Foreign used 2012 Toyota Camry ₦5.1 Million Naira

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