Body styles: Sedan Engines: 2. The most exciting feature, launching later this year, is. That robust exhaust system is most likely designed for the V-6 Camry, but not downgraded for the four-cylinder. The trunk is also on the large side, at 14. This could increase the risk of personal injury during the event of a vehicle crash necessitating airbag deployment.
Somehow, it all comes together. When you're scrolling through a list of artists, browsing for a favorite, the stereo spits out a choppy stream, similar to what it sounds like when you slowly move a radio dial through the frequencies. The Bluetooth phone system does not interface with a paired phone's contact list. Without it, the Camry's blue Optitron gauge cluster looks a little empty with its massive tachometer and speedometer, along with the little digital readout strip for the odometer and trip meters. And folks keep buying it, year after year.
Second, the Camry is an easy target for certain, um, enthusiasts who feel the urge to publicly proclaim their disapproval. You can check a vehicle's build date on a label affixed to the driver-side doorjamb. Performance Buyers are increasingly shifting to four-cylinder engines in their midsize sedans, and the Camry's held up well in a recent Cars. The recall began on March 21, 2013. All those loyal buyers must appreciate comfort and serenity over all else, because the Toyota Camry is targeted by every new sedan to hit the market, and for the most part it's held its own.
Because the Toyota Camry is an aging platform, the company hasn't addressed gas mileage in some time, so it falls short of most body-type competitors. The radio display refused to show anything and eventually brought up an error message. And folks keep buying it, year after year. And much to the joy of tree-huggers everywhere, every car on the list is either a hybrid or electric vehicle. For all those strengths, though, new competition from Hyundai, Kia and Ford are considered on par with the front-runner, and are usually a better value. Even so, the ride feels soft, designed to provide comfort.
That's only because the answer has been the same for so long. While I can justify the tradeoff in handling finesse for comfort, I can't abide the Toyota's subpar brakes. Send David an Hide full review. For all those strengths, though, new competition from Hyundai, Kia and Ford are considered on par with the front-runner, and are usually a better value. That said, the Camry does come with a very impressive set of safety features, including electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes, side-curtain airbags, and a driver-side knee airbag. Remedy Toyota will notify owners, and dealers will inspect and replace the ball joint, free of charge.
This could increase the risk of personal injury during the event of a vehicle crash necessitating airbag deployment. Likewise, torque gets a boost from 167 to 171 pound-feet. The auto also features a manual-shift mode, but with the Camry's relaxed driving feel you might as well leave it in Drive. Through the first quarter of 2011, the Camry found new owners 76,821 times up 10. A low-profile trunk spoiler is presumably responsible for a negligible amount of rear downforce, and makes for a slightly showier ride when waiting for the kids in the school parking lot. It's comfortable, easy to operate and an easy car to live with in a hectic world. The Toyota Camry and Camry Hybrid get just three stars overall from the federal government, with three-star ratings in both frontal and side crash categories.
Four-cylinder Camry models come with either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission, while the V-6 comes only with the automatic. Safety Using the government's new five-star rating system for crash tests, the Toyota Camry earned four stars overall but only after making changes in the production of the new model. That will change when Toyota releases Entune, but at present, the Camry is behind the curve. Camry V6 models get a 268-horspower 3. Slack steering is one thing, but coming to a stop is as vital a driver input as there is.
Many consumers find their driving needs fulfilled by Camry, making the family car an invaluable company asset. Since its debut in the United States well over two decades ago, the Camry has earned a reputation for smart design, pleasing function, great build quality and long-term durability. I liked the dashboard's simple, somewhat elegant design, with a glowing centerpiece around the radio controls. The backseat has plenty of room for adult passengers and child-safety seats. Considering the extra weight of the Camry, it delivers performance that's about on par with the four-cylinder Camry models, but with even better fuel economy. The recall began on December 16, 2014.
Outside, an aggressively sculpted body kit appears to drop the car closer to the ground. Air-conditioning, power windows and door locks, and cruise control are standard. A Honda spokesperson confirmed to us that the company is currently evaluating the move, though a formal announcement on the matter… Things are finally looking up for Honda, who finally posted a sales increase for October. Its green technology offers better fuel economy and enhanced performance, thanks to lighterweight and better aerodynamics. The Camry got a very minor facelift last year but carries into 2011 mostly unchanged since the current seventh generation's debut in 2007.