New or used, the Camry looks fairly strongly recommended especially for the remarkable longevity and comfortable ride|experience. The sedan will carry on to command the niche in midsize family sedan segment nearly all of the next 50 years.
The Toyota Camry was first launched late in the 1983 and has been an America’s top-selling car nearly in all of the last 10 years. Today’s Toyota Camry has been renovated for 2012 markets and represents all the technology of the new-generation model. The interior|The inside is appreciably more pleasant than earlier models, and the four-cylinder engine is much more amazing. Even with new changes, the 2012 version is still undoubtedly a Toyota Camry, with a the appeal, comfort and convenience in the mind.
The car maker claims the seventh-generation Camry will continue its skills to be a top-selling sedan. But not just that, Toyota assures that a new Camry with Hybrid powertrain will double its profits in the 2013 with about 50,000 units sold to confirm its sales domination.
The green Camry doesn’t look like a hybrid as well as doesn’t handle like an hybrid car. This is Toyota’s second development at the hybrid Camry after the first in 2010, when in spite of the optimistic prophecies the team was unable to achieve their projected goals. Now, it’s another story, the folk of Toyota came back with the result of the very tempting 2012 model that features several innovative upgrades with nice prices.
The Camry utilizes many appreciated improvements as the quick standard keyless button start and a very surprising 2.5 litre 4-cyclinder petrol engine combined to the high torque electric motor (in the HV Luxury). The family sedan is roomy and comfortable and has a 5-star ANCAP safety rating thanks to its traction control, Vehicle Stability Control, brake assist, ABS, reverse camera and seven SRS airbags.
The Toyota Camry does nothing outstanding but does very very well.