Despite the Camry hate here I have to report that I really like mine. It’s roomy and comfortable and inexpensive to operate and reliable. Two of my big complaints is on my SE 4 cylinder is that the TPMS shows you the individual tire pressures but not the location of the tire. My other complaint is that when I have a…
“Holistically, though, there’s no comparison. The Accord is more comfortable, spacious, and luxurious than the Camry. It’s quieter, rides and handles better, and drives more elegantly. It offers superior technology with a more user-friendly interface. Simply put, Toyota built a better Camry, but Honda built a better…
Inspired by the FP post this morning: what would your three-car dream garage would look like if ONLY Camries were allowed (no, the Avensis and
Aurion [JUST KIDDING THE AURION COUNTS NOW] don’t count.) Here’s mine:
The Camry LE life chose him.
I went to a Toyota dealer for a Rav4 that was getting leather. That dealer had a white ‘18 Camry XSE on the showroom floor. It had the red interior. Honestly, I didn’t hate it. It looks like it’s pointed directly at a segment of the market that says “I like the Maxima, but it’s not quite ostentatious enough.”
I think he meant 1996, not 98. But damn if this one doesn’t look nice. Much sexier in red or black, but come on folks: CAMRY. SE. COUPE.
Calling it now, and its only June.
Both front corners were dented/cracked. I’d have taken a pic of the rear, but the bumper (you can kinda see) back there was MISSING.
Camry XV30 like this.
Although, in my defense, I didn’t know he was thinking about it when we made that turn. It just delayed me more and got him nowhere fast, but whatever.
Perfect Camry wagon.
SV21 Toyota Camry
...but it seemed to turn out OK. #Florida
The more I look at it, the more I like them black. I don’t think I’ll be painting them white.
Last time in Bullshift, we discussed the Lexus LC 500h, and its 4-speed e-CVT that pretends to be a 10-speed automatic at all times. Today’s offender is also an e-CVT from Toyota, the 2018 Camry Hybrid.
Last week, Toyota detailed their next-generation powertrains for vehicles on their new architecture. In addition to several new transmissions, they announced a new modular engine family supporting varying cylinder displacements (much like Mazda’s SkyActiv-G family) and cylinder count, and detailed the first variant of…