Prices & Features

There are only two trim levels for the 2.0T: SE and Limited. Pricing starts at $24,145 and $27,045, respectively. For the SE, that’s a $1,550 price difference over the base's 200-hp four-cylinder engine; the turbo Limited costs $1,750 more than the regular Limited.

Competitors like the Accord and Camry offer four-cylinder and V-6 options rather than turbocharged four-cylinders, and the V-6s aren’t cheap. The 2011 Toyota Camry LE V6 starts at $24,890, which is $3,715 more than the four-cylinder LE, at $21,175.

The SE comes standard with fog lights, 18-inch wheels, automatic dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth, USB, steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters, audio controls and cruise control.

Limited trims add a sunroof, heated front and rear leather seats, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and an upgraded sound system.

A navigation package is an additional $2,100 on the Limited. A navigation and sunroof package is an additional $2,600 on the SE.

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