Toyota Camry 2011 show 17 of 21 midsize car at an affordable price. Selling car in America for eight consecutive years, the Toyota Camry's reputation damaged by a sensational recall Toyota unintended acceleration (see Toyota's recall page for details.) Buyers who are interested in a calmly Camry can be found, a comfortable coach comfortable, but we have seen reports quality problems with the 2011 Toyota Camry.
Americans know exactly what to expect from Toyota Camry for years. The 2011 Toyota Camry has a long list of virtues, but virtues which do not reflect reviewes impressive car. For fans of Toyota, Toyota Camry 2011 May chance to buy great, especially over the Toyota Camry has been deducted from the strong incentives represent the last few months.
Take the 2011 Toyota Camry, for example. Being a huge success, oddly enough, sometimes it can be somewhat unattractive. Camry car enthusiasts prefer to ignore the sarcastic comments that relate to the excitement factor of the washing machine. But the reality is that for every car guy (or gal) is in need of comfort from what they drive, there are hundreds of people who just want their cars to provide transportation is convenient, efficient and reliable. Camry has long excelled in this area, and the result is a midsize sedan Toyota became one of the top-selling car for most of the last quarter century.
Of course there is more than just a bland persona Camry. Camry engine choices including 2.5-liter inline-four polite strong and ultra-smooth 268-horsepower V6 is without question the best in the family sedan segment. Other strong points include Camry commendable level of comfort, a lot of convenience and luxury features, and top-notch safety scores. Whether you use it for daily commuting or family road trips across the country, the Camry is likely to satisfy.
Midsize sedan segment is arguably the most competitive in the automotive market, and thus the 2011 Camry has a number of worthy opponents who must battle for supremacy of the sales charts. Of course there is the age-old rivals, the Honda Accord, but now you can also consider the Chevrolet Malibu, Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata, Mazda 6, Nissan Altima and Suzuki Kizashi. Although the 2011 Toyota Camry does not handle nearly as well as a sporty class immigrants - such as 6 and Altima - we suspect most buyers will not be too concerned.
The 2011 Toyota Camry four-door sedan is offered in four trim intermediate levels - basic, LE, SE and XLE. Base Camry comes only with four-cylinder engine, while the other trims offer a choice between four-cylinder and V6.
Camry base features 16-inch steel wheels, air conditioning, auto up / down windows for all four doors, six-speaker CD audio system with an additional input jack, tilt steering wheel-and-telescoping, cruise control, full power accessories and the backseat 60 / 40-split-folding. Camry LE adds keyless entry and eight-way power driver seat.
SE includes sport-tuned suspension, 17-inch alloy wheels and special interior and exterior styling details. The luxurious XLE back into LE soft suspension settings and 16-inch wheels while providing JBL-branded system improved sound with in-dash CD changer and satellite radio, Bluetooth phone connectivity and music, automatic dual-zone climate control, power passenger seat, auto -dimming rearview mirror, rear seat reclining, a moonroof, wood-tone and accent, the V6 model, leather seats. Note that both the SE and XLE offers folding rear seat, though each has a center pass-through.
Most upgrades are offered on the XLE trim levels are lower as options. The other main option, depending on trim level, including sunroof, navigation system, keyless ignition and entry, and heated front seats.
All Camry is a front-wheel drive, and the standard engine on the base, LE and XLE trim levels are 2.5-liter four-cylinder that produces 169 hp. SE receive tweaked version of the same engine good for 179 hp. A six-speed manual transmission is standard on all four cylinders except for the Camry XLE, which comes only with a six-speed automatic. For the rest of the trim, automatic is optional. Estimated fuel economy of 22 mpg city/33 mpg highway and 26 mpg combined with a manual, while highway mileage automatically dropped slightly to 32 mpg.
Optional on all models except the base Camry is a 3.5-liter V6 that cranks out 268 hp and 248 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed automatic is the sole transmission choice. Thus equipped, the Camry can sprint to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds fleet, but still impressive fuel economy mpg at19/28/23.
In the base and LE models, the interior of the Camry is very easy and functional. Toyota's decades of experience in ergonomics shines through here - the main controls are large and logically placed, and the seat width to easily accommodate most body types. There are plenty of storage drawers, too. Ice-blue backlighting for audio and climate controls may seem a bit tacky, but do things turn a bit. SE adds sporty interior styling cues, while the XLE raise the bar with convincing faux wood accents and upscale features not usually seen in this segment - the back seat lying down. Trunk capacity for all models is 15 cubic feet.
In particular, build and materials quality is not up to the high standards set by the previous generation Camry. Some standard plastics, and supplies the panel is not exactly uniform. Camry interior is not bad by any means, but it is no longer above average for this segment.