• January 18, 2010

Toyota Camry 2010

Toyota Camry

The new Toyota Camry 2010 has been fashioned up in a much different style. Its engine power is also enhanced a little. The medium car has many models as Base, LE, SE and on top of all the XLE model. Camry is also available in Gas/Electric Hybrid model that is parallel to LE and comes with all standard equipment.

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All Camry models come with new 2.5 Liter 4-cylinder engine instead of 2.4 Liter engine. All models Base, LE, SE and XLE house 169 Horse Power engine in 4 cylinders. Only Camry SE comes with 179 Horse Power engine. All models have the option of 6 speed manual transmission or 6 speed automatic transmissions. The LE, SE and XLE models are also available with high power 268 horsepower 3.5 Liter V6 engine that is coupled with 6 speed automatic transmission. The Hybrid comes with 2.4 Liter 4 cylinder gas engine with battery powered 187 horsepower electric motor. This can run on either power source, like Toyota’s other hybrids and these need no plug in charging continuous variable transmission is used (CVT).

Like most of the makes Toyota also employs road safety features. These include ABS, traction control anti skid system and front side airbags, curtain side airbags and knee airbag for the driver. More features are incorporated in models SE and Hybrid. These have heated front seats, wireless cell phone link and navigation system.


The Consumer Guide Automotive has their own judgment policy and offer independent recommendations to their members / readers. They have divided all the vehicles into 18 categories according to price, size, market reports and feedback. The huge US car market prefers medium sized cars popularly. The budget priced and specifically designed cars are most suited to the family needs.

The most popular ones are Ford Fusion, Chevrolet Malibu, Mazda 6, Honda Accord, Mercury Milan and Toyota Prius. The guide recommends Subaru Legacy, Subaru Outback, Kia Rondo and Toyota Camry.

The Consumer’s Guide has separate consideration for new makes and those models that have been redesigned and re modified. These include Chryslers Sebring. Ford fusion, Mercury Milan, Honda accord Crosstous, Nissan Altima, Subaru Legacy, Subaru Outback, Toyota Camry, Suzuki Kijashi, Toyota Prius and gas / electric hybrid models for 2010 of Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan.

Customer Reviews – Toyota Camry

  • An owner of Camry is all praise for it and nothing else. He feels it better than Mazda 6. A reasonable priced car that has backseats with lot of space for legs. According to him the driving is comfortable and that he likes it.
  • Another Toyota owner has been attached to Toyota Cary for 13 years and it is wonderful. He wanted to buy BMW 500 Mercedes. After test drive he returned to Camry and feels it to be better, considering all aspects of purchase.
  • Another independent experience observes that the quality of Camry is over exaggerated. He owns Camry XLE 2005. The first three years no trouble occurred. As the warranty expired the problems started jumping up as if from sleep. With each oil change much more changes and repairs needed attention. The maintenance cost of his car comes to over $500 every six months. He is worried if this cost stay shooting up what would be his options.
  • Yet another buyer is more disturbed. He had purchased his first Camry and confidently his last. During the first 400 miles the car stalled 6 times. The next problem is the engine indicator and traction control lights are on. The total mileage covered is only 1150. The engine is stalling again. The car has already visited and was carefully attended to by Toyota once. He thinks he will have to take it back to Toyota again. He further comments that he faced no such problems with any car from the many he purchased in the past.


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