The 2010 Toyota Camry, the newest version of the best-selling car in the United States, will have a base price of $20,115.
That price, for a version with a manual transmission, includes a $720 delivery fee, Toyota said today in a statement. The fee may vary for vehicles delivered in Toyotas Southeast and Gulf States regions.
The top Camry base price is $29,765 for automatic transmission with the XLE trim level. The hybrid version costs $26,870. The Camrys base price has increased 1.2 percent, not including the delivery fee, Toyota said.
The new Camry will arrive in dealerships in March. The sedan has a new 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine.
The Camry, which sold 436,617 units last year, has outsold all other cars in the United States seven years in a row and 11 of the past 12 years. The Honda Accord outsold the Camry in 2001.