There are a lot of reasons why the Toyota Camry has been America's best-selling car for the last ten years. It's a family car, it's a commuter car, it's stylish, it's functional, it's fun to drive and comfortable to ride in. The Camry is efficient and peppy, and for 2012, Toyota has completely redesigned it.
Why change a good thing? Well, the midsize sedan segment is heating up. It seems the competition is finally catching up to Toyota, but the Japanese automaker has no intention of giving up their number one spot.
Starting MSRP of the base model Camry L is just $21,995. And this year, Toyota added ten standard airbags, a Blind Spot Monitor system, more leg room, a strengthened body for improved safety and a lighter curb weight, and overall improved fuel-economy across the Camry lineup. The four-cylinder Camry gets an estimated 28 mpg combined, while the Camry Hybrid boasts 41 mpg, and the Camry V6 gets an impressive 25 mpg.
So far, critics are loving the new Camry. Many of the changes are subtle, but altogether, we're certain it'll help this class-leading favorite hold its spot at the top of the food chain. One tester over at The Boston Globe says its "A step forward all around. Refined, roomy, comfortable...the best-seller gets better."1
Here's some more exciting news: the 2012 Toyota Camry is now available at Toyota of Rock Hill. Contact us today to schedule a test drive, or stop by and see us at 640 Galleria Blvd Rock Hill, SC 29730 during our regular business hours to chat with a member of our team and take one for a spin.