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The Toyota Camry is the best-selling sedan on the market in the U.S. A drivetrain options are available, include a hybrid, V-6, and a Currently, it’s only as a sedan, but earlier models a coupe and convertible that was the Solara.

Reliability, roomy comfortable ride, and gas mileage are all for which the Camry has become The Camry’s competition comes the entire mid-size sedan and includes the Ford Fusion, Accord, Nissan Altima, Sonata, Kia Optima, Mazda 6, Malibu, and Subaru Legacy, others.

Whether you buy a used Camry from the 1990s or a one, you’re getting a spacious sedan that reasonably well but isn’t sporty. In recent years, the has kept to the same formula, but has upgraded safety and added options like a navigation heated leather seats, and a key system.

The Toyota Camry first was to the U.S. market as a front-wheel-drive for the rear-wheel-drive Corona. Quite and basic, that first won over masses of U.S. who, during that were reaching a critical of frustration over the reliability and of domestic-brand cars.

Subsequent models became a little more refined, and more and luxurious with each At the time the second-generation Camry its debut for 1987, the Camry’s 2.0-liter four-cylinder was quite advanced as it was one of the first engines in an four-door sedan with valves per cylinder. Wagon of the Camry were reasonably through this period, and a five-door hatchback version of the was even sold through

Toward the late ’80s, added a V-6 option for the first and it began offering all-wheel (All-Trac) on some versions. was the start of the Camry’s movement upscale, and for 1991, Toyota the U.S. Camry line from the version made for its market, recognizing that families wanted a larger and aiming the model solidly at the shoppers who at that time considering the Ford Taurus. had, in 1988, begun Camrys for the U.S. in Georgetown, where it’s still today—and if there’s any doubt how American it is, did you know it races in ?

Two different U.S. Camry spanned the 1990s. Of those, the (distinguished by rounded sheet and soft features) offered a leap in luxury over the model. The latter fourth-generation was panned at launch for its especially styling (and the wagon was but it was an even stronger seller. these two generations the Camry make any tremendous advances, but its and V-6 engines grew in size and more power.

This past decade has two generations of the Camry. The previous introduced for 2002, introduced a look once again—this making major advances with significantly upgraded a stronger 162-horsepower, 2.4-liter engine. A 192-horsepower, 3.0-liter V-6 a popular option, and safety were bolstered during generation with the phasing-in of airbags and stability control on models.

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Then, for 2007, the was redesigned again, with a less slab-sided look, safety and safety features, and an 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 and six-speed transmission at the top of the range. In this generation, a tighter suspension and wheels in the SE V-6 model brings a sophisticated VDIM stability system and a surprising level of and performance satisfaction, if you can get past the appearance.

Also making its debut for was the Toyota Camry Hybrid, paired a version of Toyota’s Synergy Drive (originally with the Prius) with an frugal version of the sedan’s four-cylinder engine. Altogether the made 192 hp—the same as the V-6 a or two before—but with gas-stingy EPA economy figures of 33 mpg city, 34

For 2010, the base Toyota got an even larger four-cylinder 2.5-liter, making 169 or 179 hp, while economy was actually made thanks to a new six-speed automatic A six-speed manual remained on a limited basis with the


A 2012 redesign didn’t the Camry, but brought substantial to comfort, refinement, and handling, but the outside the changes were so that some might see it as a mild refresh. Gas mileage was improved across the lineup (up to for the four-cylinder), and a completely reworked Hybrid—with an EPA city rating of up to 43 the star of the lineup. Safety were also significantly with ten standard airbags, standard side rear bags, and an improved structure, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity was standard on all models.

The 2013 Toyota Camry a few more trim and feature expanded availability for the Blind Monitor option, which is now with Rear Cross Alert. Even base L models for 2013 got the Display screen-based entertainment system, as tightened their game the all-new 2013 Honda The only blemish to the Camry’s rivalry versus the Honda A round of crash-test results for the new small-overlap frontal test. managed the top nod, while the was rated ‘poor.’

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From its in the early 1980s and introduction for the model year, the Toyota was aimed right at the U.S. From there it’s with the Camry offering the right amount of space, frugality, and reliability to win over families. The Camry V-6 models later joined the lineup the deal, while Camry models are winning for the way they Prius technology into a family package.

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