All New 2012 Toyota Camry Review Toyota, the brand name in the automotive world, has always been raising the bar for the competition and most importantly itself by remodeling and refurbishing its car designs as expected by its buyers. Toyota. Making its debut way back in the year 1983, it is one of the successful cars from Toyota Motor Corporation. The Toyota Camry is getting quite a facelift as well as feature lift from the year 2007 and will be labeled as 2012 Toyota Camry and will aptly take on the likes of Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata and Honda Accord. Designed as a 4 door compact sedan it will be made available in multiple trim levels starting from the base SElevel to the top of the line LE level and the highly preferred XLElevel. A little breezing through the following car review should make most of things evident. On the line of the predecessors, the 2012 Toyota Camry is anticipated to have the same dimensions but with some real tweaking. The wheelbase is expected to be a little longer and supporting a wider architecture. The longer wheelbase translates to still more interior space and luxurious comfort to the passengers. The new design will be very much aerodynamic and possess with somewhat lowered roofline giving it a more refined and smooth look. That doesn’t mean some adjustments to the passenger comfort are being made. Keeping in view the same, the ground clearance has been pulled down a little. Under the hood of the revamped design, the new 2012 Camry will be equipped with a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder engine having the DOHCor Double OverHead Camshaft design. In this type of engines, the cylinders are associated with valves for fuel intake and outgo increasing fuel efficiency and will be able to emanate a horsepower of 169. It is also anticipated that Toyota will also offer an option of high end engine like the 3.5 liter V6 engine capable of producing a horsepower of 268 units. The engines would definitely deliver decent performance in conjunction with a 6 speed gear box in manual transmission mode with a choice for the buyer to opt for the automatic transmission mode as well. The drive train assembly will be coupled with the front wheel drive mechanism to deliver an extraordinary mileage of 33 miles per gallon within city limits and push up to 34 miles per gallon on highways. The 2012 Toyota Camry will have a range of accessories to be rejigged as per the model types. Power windows and locks supporting power mirrors will be standard across all the models. The dashboard will be embellished with Bluetooth and USB connectivity for mobile devices apart from the adjustable steering wheel inscribed with audio system controls. The driver’s seat will have the option of adjusting it in different ways while the rear seats will have splitting arrangement. A list of accessories that don’t make it to the standards across all models would comprise of keyless ignition, moon roof, leather upholstery and a touch screen enabled navigation system. Not falling short for the safety features, the new 2012 Camry will possess quite advanced safety mechanisms. Most notable is the override system that automatically halts the fuel supply to the valves incase acceleration and brakes are applied simultaneously. Apart from the usual traction control, cruise control system and anti-locking disc braking system, the 2012 Toyota Camry will also exhibit Toyota’s STARsafety system giving it an upper hand and a best deal feature.
It is anticipated that Toyota will roll out the revamped 2012 Camry by the beginning of next year and tagging it with a best price range from $21400 to $25700. A plethora of accessories and all the required features, Toyota will stick to its high standards and market leadership. Read more on car reviews .