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Toyota Camry: Car Of The Past And The Future

2012 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Motor Corporation quietly replaced its slow selling Corona with the Camry in 1983. Offering front wheel drive, a small 4 cylinder engine, and very little else, the Camry has gone on to become one of the top selling cars around the globe. In the process, Camry has helped Toyota cement its position as a top automaker internationally.

The 2012 Toyota Camry marks the seventh generation of a car that has been the top seller in America 13 out of the last 14 years. The Hybrid Synergy powertrain in the new Camry offers 200 horsepower while delivering 41 combined mpg. Add those numbers to the stylish exterior and the comfortable interior and you may wonder how to make your Camry stand out from the rest. Here are a few tips to do just that.

Chrome and more chrome. A chrome billet grille, chrome mirror covers, and chrome door handle covers. The norm is to blend every aspect of the car by using a single color. Chrome gives an eye-catching contrast that will make your car standout wherever you go.

Under the hood, you can add TRD race ready parts. Radiator caps, oil caps, and oil filters from TRD can give your engine compartment the beefed up look that you want.

The Toyota Camry has come a long way from its 1983 origins. It has evolved from an underpowered subcompact into a well appointed ride with the hybrid availability that acknowledges the future.

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