The Toyota Camry has become an anonymous four-door car for city people. However, for those who know how to drive a Camry, you can have a fun, fast and powerful ride in your daily commute. The new Toyota Camry is a great family car that offers plenty of room and a lot of value for money. People looking for that daily commuter car will love the new Toyota Camry. But first, what is a Toyota Camry?
The Toyota Camry is still an excellent family saloon but has been streamlined to fit into more modern design schemes. Toyota’s new range of Toyota Camrys have gained a reputation for being good family cars that are great value for money. The Toyota Camry, particularly the 21st model, has received a lot of love from families who use it as their family car, despite its shortcomings on interior design and trim levels. This family car is great value for money for those who like a good, reliable family saloon, but also enjoy practicality.
Toyota’s new Camry offers both good fuel economy and an excellent interior, which sit comfortably and optimally in the middle of the current generation of Toyota cars. Toyota’s styling of its new Camry is subtle, yet attractive. Toyota has kept its new Camry very much true to its roots. The car still features a straightforward layout, and all exterior trim levels are in the same place as before. Toyota has not ignored the space that the Camry occupies in the interior of its car, however, and it has taken advantage of the modern concept of cabin efficiency by building in additional passenger space.
Toyota has fitted the new Camry interior with a split-folding rear seat, a move Toyota insiders believe was meant to improve safety. Split-folding rear seats allow for better weight distribution in the car, improving ride and handling. Additionally, the space behind the seat is split into two compartments, one in the front and one in the back. This enables the driver to recline into the centre of the car while the passenger can access the remaining portion of the compartment behind them. Both of these unique elements mean that a greater amount of passenger and driver’s weight is shifted forward, improving both the security of the vehicle and the comfort of the passengers.
The Toyota Camry’s fuel economy is also largely responsible for its position in the Toyota Camry lineup. The four-cylinder engine, which powers the Camry is a gasoline big winner. While some may see the fuel economy as nothing special, the reality is that a larger percentage of people who drive a Toyota Camry have a greater fuel efficiency rating than most cars in the same class. Combined with the fact that it consumes less fuel, a Toyota Camry offers great fuel economy to those who choose it over other vehicles on the market. With gasoline prices at record levels, the combination of an economical engine and comfortable interior have made the Toyota Camry one of the best-selling cars in America.
Along with better fuel economy, the new Camry line also features a powerful gasoline engine with an automatic transmission. The low-powered four-cylinder engine is not as powerful as the engine in some of the top-end luxury vehicles. Nonetheless, the Camry’s engine manages to offer excellent performance and economy. The gasoline engine also allows the Camry to achieve zero to sixty men, a feat that many trucks can only dream about. For those who are concerned about fuel costs, the auto will also offer a limited warranty which will, in effect, extend the life of the engine beyond its expected lifespan.
Toyota Camry buyers have a choice between an automatic or manual transmission. Buyers who opt for an automatic transmission to get improved acceleration and handling, as well as more efficient braking. Drivers who prefer to drive with the manual transmission will be happy to know that the new Camry now comes with six different trim levels. The six trim levels boast three grades of compression for an increased power and torque. At the lowest trim level, the Toyota Camry now offers up to a two horsepower difference from its twin-engine competitors.
Despite being offered with all-wheel drive, the new Camry still manages to keep its traditional manual transmission. However, buyers who would prefer to take it to the next level can opt for the new All-Star trims which feature higher trims and a reduction in turning radius. Buyers interested in getting the most out of their Toyota Camry can look forward to the various upgrades detailed here.