The Toyota Camry is a mainstay in the market for inexpensive family sedans, frequently paving the way
The Camry changed little over time, and instead of leading a revolution in its class, it organically developed
The Camry, a four-door variant of the Celica, dates back to the 1980s and was once known as the Celica Camry.
Given how well-received this model was, Toyota decided to separate it from the Camry
Following a few generations of increasingly family-friendly cars, the Camry split between a model
with a narrow body for the Japanese market and one with a broad body for export.
The wide-body is still being produced and has received numerous excellent improvements and additions
After the success of the Toyota Prius, which introduced the Camry to a completely new market,