The Camry is popular but is it loved? Toyota can make a fairly dull car enjoyable. For 2012, the Toyota comes in different with only some engines and transmissions carried over. You may trust it; the Toyota is still favor the midsize sedan as their number one choice this year.
Toyota 2012 Camry Redesign, the car looks better than the 2011 model. There have been a few small changes with an upgraded interior and new smartphone infotainment interface as well as a slight redesign makes it have better safety features and interior comforts.
2012 Toyota Camry is definitely worth a test drive and the car still note that the Camry has a conservative plus bland look. Of course the Toyota Camry bring a little more edgy with the performance that has full power.
Toyota has given its lineup of best-selling Camry sedans a full redesign for 2012 Toyota Camry with expansive lower air intake is framed by chrome fog light recesses on L, LE and XLE models, though our SE tester came equipped with a decidedly more stylish front fascia and A new front bumper cover with a jutting chin.
2012 Toyota Camry is distinguished in every element of the Camry’s underbody structure, the suspension, and all the interior components. Overall, to make a better end result for core values like comfort and safety. Toyota has worked to make the Camry as slippery as possible, and the company has brought all of its considerable aerodynamic knowledge to bear on the sedan.
Toyota has refocused the Hybrid model, making it a more significant part of the model lineup and offering it in both LE and XLE trims. 2012 Toyota Camry gains many of the improvements to the nickel-metal-hydride battery pack and Hybrid Synergy Drive that the Prius got last year.
The new 2012 Toyota Hybrid will achieve EPA fuel economy ratings of 43 mpg city, 39 highways. That’s 12 mpg (39 percent) higher in the city and 4 mpg (11 percent) higher on the highway than last year for a class-leading EPA Combined figure of 41 mpg. So, 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE mpg is the car with more power and more miles per gallon.
The Toyota Camry is better than ever and we suggest checking out the competition thoroughly before settling on a Camry in class. 2012 Toyota Camry with a new larger, less-expensive Volkswagen Passat about to join the Chevrolet Malibu, Ford Fusion, and Honda Accord in the market, the Camry needs to make a sales splash. Moreover, the new Volkswagen Passat is bigger and cheaper than ever while still maintaining its European flavor.