Information on Toyota Camry
Toyota Camry is the most recognized car in the Toyota lineups. It was first launched in 1983 as a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback and recorded the total sales of more than 100,000 units in the American market in the single year. Further Toyota Camry
developments continued in the following years starting from remodeling and enhanced features to new production strategies and use of modern automobile technologies. In the year 1997, the fourth generation Toyota Camry Vehicle
was declared as the 'best-selling car of the year' in the US. It has remained the top selling US car for nine of the last ten years (1997-2007). The coupe-model Camry Solara was introduced in 1999, followed by its convertible version in the next year. Today, the sixth generation Toyota Camry outsells other midsize cars in America and Toyota Brand Vehicles
namely Solara and Camry Hybrid also enjoy a huge and passionate fan following in the country and abroad.
The present Toyota Camry Models
are available in four trim levels with variations in power trains, interior and exterior features and other specifications. The Camry base ($18,445), LE ($19,545), SE ($20,375) models are powered with 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine type and the standard five-speed manual transmission while the XLE model ($22,795) comes with the automatic transmission. Again, there is a Toyota Camry Model
has 3.3-liter V6 SE ($24,025) and a 3.0-liter V6 is available for both LE ($22,780) and XLE ($25,805) with an automatic. Camry SE is a sportier model while the XLE displays "luxury car" with more sophisticated and stylized features. All coupes ($19,530- $26,355) are available with the 2.4-liter four-cylinder or the 3.3-liter V6. The 2007 Toyota Camry
gets a complete makeover in the year 2007 and features more comfortable interior and stylish exterior combined with better driving dynamics.
The other distinguishing features that are available in the Camry Models
are ABS with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), cruise and shock control system, electronic VSC, wheel and steering variations, power windows and driver's seat, interior designs and ergonomics, climate control and improved sound system, engine immobilizer, etc. Another striking feature available in the newly introduced Camry Hybrid is the fuel-sipping hybrid synergy drive power train option. At present, the Camry Vehicle
engines are equipped with Toyota's VVT-i system (Variable Valve Timing with intelligence) for optimum power and efficiency and lower emissions.
The Toyota Camry
teams take the victory lap by entering professional auto racing and competing in the NASCAR NEXTEL and Busch Cup Series in 2007.