Toyota felt it had struck gold in the market for inexpensive cars after the Corolla's enormous success on the American market.
Toyota unveiled the Camry as its second "world car"—a vehicle that could be sold in several
Toyota used the same design philosophy as the Corolla when creating the Camry: a well-made,
useful, reasonably priced, and dependable automobile that could meet the demands of the general public.
The Camry was a huge success right away and is today one of the most popular JDM cars in the US.
In Toyota's range, the Camry, which is now in its eighth generation, ranks above the Corolla.
The top three reasons why people choose Japanese automobiles are their affordability.
Japanese vehicles tend to be more affordable than their European counterparts, which is why there are a lot more