New Toyota Camry Is Lower and Wider, Better Cornering, Better Driving Efficiency


Toyota is trying to revamp the highest selling passenger car in America by giving it an edgier look and more thrilling feel while keeping its trademark safety features.

Many of us think of the Toyota Camry as the appliance that someone in your family owns, and for good reason: Over 11 million have been sold since 1983. That alone makes it a very important name for Toyota, but doubly so when you remember that the NASCAR Camry also won the Daytona 500 last year.

Toyota is challenging the perception of what its midsize sedan should be, ditching the Camry’s reputation for reliability in favor of something more riveting.

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