Toyota Camry

August 22nd, 2013 · Comments Closed · Toyota

Toyota Camry is a series of mid-size car manufactured by Toyota since 1982, and sold in most automotive markets worldwide. Between 1980 and 1982, the nameplate “Camry” is delegated to four-door sedan, known as the Toyota Celica Camry. In May 2012, Camry is the best selling passenger car in North America. Camry also sells very well in Australia, and a number of Asian markets. Despite international success, Camry has not sold as well in its home market Japan or Europe where sales ended in 2004.  For the markets of Southeast Asia, high specification Camry models are seen as executive cars .. Since the XV30 series, sold in these markets Camry sported revised front and rear treatment. For the 2006 onwards XV40, the same was done, although the Australian designed and Camry-derived Toyota Aurionwas eg donors. Aurion features revised front and rear style, and interior changes, but has the same engine as the Camry in different markets.

Introduced in 1982, the Camry V10 was sold as a compact four-door sedan and five-door liftback. Unlike previous Celica Camry, the V10 series Camry was exported in large quantities. At Toyota, Camry is in comparably sized Toyota Carina and Corona. twin was announced at this point Toyota Camry View Special derived model sold by different dealers of Toyota Park Vista in Japan.

Camry first program generation fits within the box-shaped trends of the 1980s. Moreover, the size of the vehicle and the options were characteristic of Japanese cars of the time design; Camry was a compact sedan, with a solid build but spartan and competed directly against the big American counterparts. It meant a new Toyota Camry approach to create the Corona drive size, while the introduction of a front-engine, front-wheel drive and which is also used in other small brands Toyota.
1986 Toyota Camry Liftback

The second Camry model premiered in 1986, this time including a four-door hardtop and the center of the five-door, while leaving the body liftback. hardtop version was sold only in the Japanese market under the “Camry famous”. V10 than the previous model, there was again consistent model for the domestic market, v20 Vista. Vista is available in sedan and hardtop conversation, and the roof that serves as the basis for the Lexus ES 250 sold in North America from 1989-1991.

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, Toyota’s first U.S. plant Total property, began producing the Camry in 1988, where there were three trim levels of the second generation Camry: Unbadged model based, DX and LE. 2.5-liter engine and Camry chassis was repackaged as the luxurious Lexus ES 250. ES 250 is essentially the roof Camry Japanese market. In 1991, anti-lock brakes became optional on the V6, LE, and station wagon models.

Camry V30 was introduced exclusively Japanese market in July 1990. expanded version of this model, the Camry XV10 was also produced, which was designed for international markets. V30 was almost identical to the largest XV10 except that the style of the front and bottom of the body otherwise unchanged. V30 remained smaller than the XV10 to offer Japanese buyers a sedan that was within Japanese regulations concerning exterior dimensions and engine displacement. V30 joined the Toyota Corona in this regard. As before, a Japanese market-only Vista version of the Camry also offered in two variants sedan and hardtop body.

Toyota Camry V40 appeared in July 1994 exclusively for the Japanese market. Toyota Vista twin continued, although the popular Camry hardtop was no longer offered, only the Vista was available as a hardtop. Engines for the V40 were the 1.8-liter and 2.0-liter turbo-diesel and 2.2-liter. At launch only the 2.0-liter model was available in all-wheel drive mode, although afterwards the 2.2-liter turbo-diesel can be optioned with this system. Updated Toyota V40 in June 1996. In the update anti-lock brakes and dual air bags became standard equipment. After 1998, the Japanese market Camry and Camry became international with others online, and Vista taking over the V30 and V40 functions Camry.

Toyota replaced the compact V20 Camry with Japanese market only V30 series in 1990. However, international markets such as Australia and North America received an extended version of the V30, known as the XV10 series. Although slightly larger than the V20, V30 had to follow Japanese tax law, which limits the width of the car up to 1,700 mm and a height of 4700 mm. Especially in the U.S., this model was seen as compromised narrow, limiting its sales potential. As a result, the “wide-body” mid-size Camry was developed from 1989. Introduced to North America in 1991, the XV10 Camry was sold alongside V30 in Japan, badged as the Toyota club. Toyota chose the name “stick” as a cultural reference Camry / Crown of names, such as “stick” is a sign of ornamental staff held by the emperors, famous brand of royal regalia.

Toyota Camry XV50 (2011-present)

The new Camry was introduced on August 23, 2011 and began U.S. sales in September 2011. The interior received major restyling, time will receive an all-new sheet metal and more angular styling. In this generation, the Camry line-up for the Japanese domestic market declined to be just a variant. Japan now share the same market model as Asian market Camry Camry.

U.S. Camry made in 3 different engine choices and style of the original. Starting with the hybrid model 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine rated at 150 kW, 2.5-liter gasoline engine 4-cylinder with 133 kW and 230 Nm, and the 3.5-liter V6 rated at 200 kW and 336 N · m. The output power has increased primarily to change and electro-hydraulic power steering. trim levels included L, LE, XLE and SE, XLE V6, SE V6, and hybrid. All models are normal and disease 6-speed automatic. Disease no guidance provided. Model SE has paddle shifters and two exhaust. The new model has increased fuel consumption due to the lower weight, slimmer body, tires with low rolling resistance.

Toyota Camry LE 2012

Toyota Camry LE 2012