Showing posts in the category of Toyota Camry

2015 Toyota Camry Priced from $22,970* in the US


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The heavily revised 2015 Toyota Camry will arrive in US dealerships in late September, with prices starting from $22,970, excluding a $825 delivery, processing, and handling (DPH) fee.

Toyota Rewards Employee’s Loyalty with 10-Millionth U.S.-Built Camry Gift


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A Toyota employee from Georgetown, Kentucky, has won the 10-millionth Camry made in the United States in a random drawing during a ceremony at the plant.

Toyota Gives 2015 Camry a Facelift for Russia


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We continue our coverage of the Moscow Auto Show with the refreshed, local-market 2015 Toyota Camry that gets a visual makeover along with a new engine and updated list of options.

Cement Trucker Rear-Ends Toyota Lady, Both Refuse to Stop…


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As the driver who filmed this bizarre crash so eloquently put it in the video you're about to watch below, "WTF" happened here?

Portland Driver Can’t Parallel Park into Huge Space


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Getting a parallel park maneuver right seems to be a struggle for some drivers, despite recent guides that try to explain the steps necessary for a successful operation.

Toyota Kentucky Plant Builds 10 Millionth Vehicle Since 1988 [w/Videos]


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Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky (TMMK) celebrated the manufacturing of its 10 millionth vehicle since production started in 1988. Like the first model that rolled off the assembly line 26 years ago, the 10 millionth unit was a Toyota Camry.

Subaru to Stop Toyota Camry Assembly in the U.S. in 2016


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Toyota has announced that production of the Camry at Subaru of Indiana Automotive’s assembly plant in Lafayette, Indiana, will cease in fall of 2016. From that moment on, production of Camry vehicles will shift to Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc., in Georgetown, Kentucky in the United States.

Consumer Reports Unimpressed by Evolution of 2015 Toyota Camry


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While the change in style for the 2015 Toyota Camry is not hard to spot, along with the fact that it is for the better, Consumer Reports says it’s still not enough. Checking out the car at the New York motor show, they show moderate appreciation for what’s new, but don’t hesitate to point out what’s still stale about its formula.

Read All About it: Toyota Gives 2015 Camry a Hefty Makeover [92 Photos & Videos]


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As promised, Toyota has applied more than the usual makeover to its bread-and-butter sedan in the U.S., the Camry, with the 2015 model bringing a revamped exterior with a more expressive face, an upgraded interior as well as better ride quality and handling thanks to a retuned suspension.

2015 Toyota Camry Facelift: Check it Out in 66 Official Photos


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This is it; the redesigned 2015 Toyota Camry, freshly revealed at the New York Auto Show. The midcycle update comes only three years after the debut of the current generation model, with Toyota stating that it has changed all body panels sans the roof.

Watch the Redesigned 2015 Toyota Camry's World Premiere Here at 9:10 AM EST


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Toyota is promising some significant updates to its most popular passenger car in the States, the Camry sedan, with the presentation of the revamped 2015 model today at the New York Auto Show.

Toyota Confirms Heavily Facelifted 2015 Camry for the New York Show


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Toyota’s best-selling vehicle in the U.S., the Camry sedan, is about to get a thorough makeover at the upcoming New York International Auto Show (April 18-27).

Honda Accord Overtakes Toyota Camry as the Best-Selling Car to U.S. Individual Customers


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Honda said the Accord was the best-selling car to U.S. individual customers in 2013, overtaking the Toyota Camry, which was the leader in total volume retail and fleet buyers.

How Hard Can it be to Park a Camry in this XL Spot?


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To answer the question we posed in the title, evidently for some drivers, like the person who was recorded here in the older generation Toyota Camry sedan on a street in  El Cerrito, California, far more difficult than you would originally imagine.

It’s Official: Toyota will Stop Making Cars in Australia by the End of 2017


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Ford’s decision to end Australia manufacturing has triggered a chain reaction on the continent, with GM doing the same and now Toyota announcing a similar move.

Confirming the Australian manufacturing sector’s worst fears, Toyota Motor Corporation Australia (TMCA) today announced it decided to end vehicle and engine production in the country by the end of 2017.

Toyota..."Emboldens" 2014.5 Camry Hybrid with New SE Limited Edition


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Stop the press! Well, not really, but anyway…Toyota has released a new special edition version (basically, it's an SE Hybrid trim) of the 2014.5MY Camry Hybrid with supposedly "sporty styling" cues of which only 5,000 units will be produced from February to June of 2014, each carrying a base MSRP of $27,845.

NHTSA Probing 30,000 Toyota Camry Hybrids Over Brake Malfunctions


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Toyota's best-selling car in the States, the Camry, is under investigation. This time, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is looking into consumer complaints over intermittent loss of assisted braking without warning on 2007-2008MY Camry hybrid models.

Next Toyota Camry to Have a More Emotional Design


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Toyota is looking to make the next Camry a more emotional proposition, as per the direct request of company president Akio Toyoda. According to a Bloomberg report, the traditional mid-sized sedan from the manufacturer will undergo a major transformation for the new generation along with the Prius – we assume the latter will still keep the slippery suppository-like shape, though.

Unbelievable Russian Car Chase Will Leave You Rolling On the Ground Laughing


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In all seriousness now, you just can't make all this stuff up! And while the opening snap-shot from the video showing a weapon-wielding man slipping on the roof of a minivan that had just been driven off the road suggests a deadly confrontation, we can assure you that it's more comedy than tragedy…

Toyota Models on Flatbed Truck Crunched Under New York Bridge - This Won't Buff Out...


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The first question we asked ourselves after watching these videos of a truck full of Toyota cars munched under a metal overpass in New York City, is not how on earth did this happen, but how the heck did we miss it, since this incident purportedly occurred in the beginning of May this year, with each video having only garnered a few hundred views since.