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2007 Toyota Solara Convertible

A mid-cycle freshening last spring gave the drop-top Solara a mild cosmetic makeover, plus new standard features. The Solara is handsome and refined -- if a little sedate at the wheel. Unlike many convertibles, the Solara has a useable trunk that isn't affected when you drop the top. The convertible comes in Sport and SLE trim levels, both still powered by the same 3.3-litre unit, now rated at 210 hp.

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A mid-cycle freshening last spring gave the drop-top Solara a mild cosmetic makeover, plus new standard features. The Solara is handsome and refined — if a little sedate at the wheel. Unlike many convertibles, the Solara has a useable trunk that isn't affected when you drop the top. The convertible comes in Sport and SLE trim levels, both still powered by the same 3.3-litre unit, now rated at 210 hp.

PRICE: $36,500/$39,900

VEHICLE: 2-dr. 4-pass. conv. FWD

STANDARD EQUIPMENT: Engine 3.3 V6 DOHC HP 210 @ 5600 Torque (lb-ft) 220 @ 3600 Trans. 5MM Brakes Disc-Disc Tires 215/55R17

SPECIFICATIONS – mm (in.): WB 2720 (107.0) L 4890 (192.5) W 1815 (71.5) H 1435 (56.5) Curb Weight – kg (lb.) 1610/1625 (3549/3582) Cargo Capacity – L (ft3) 330 (11.7)

CONSUMPTION – L/100 km (mpg): City 11.6 (24) Hwy 7.6 (37)

SAFETY: ABS (f/r) std Side Airbags std TCS none/std

POPULAR OPTIONS: Trans. none A/C std Cruise std Sunroof N.A. CD std

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