Toyota Camry 2018
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Toyota Camry 2018:
The Toyota Camry is a compelling entry in the family-sedan class, one that can compete on more than its reputation for flawless reliability and great resale value. With an extremely fuel-efficient four-cylinder engine and an available hybrid version, it appeals to the eco-friendly crowd.
Lower and wider than its predecessor, the new Camry boasts a 30 percent improvement in torsional rigidity over the previous car. Whereas the prior Camry SE clomped and crashed over bumps, the eighth-generation model quietly glides over road irregularities. Notably, it does so without sacrificing roll stiffness or lateral grip.
In fact, this 2018 Camry SE managed to circle our 300-foot skidpad at an impressive 0.88 g wearing a set of Hankook Kinergy GT all-season tires. Thanks to the predictable and composed attitude of the chassis, as well as the responsive and well-weighted electrically assisted power steering, the Camry SE encourages its driver to take advantage of its relatively lofty lateral limits.
Every 2018 Camry—from the base L, to the mid-level LE and SE, and all the way up to the top-of-the-line XLE and XSE—comes standard with a 2.5-liter inline-four paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Armed with 203 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque (206 horsepower and 186 lb-ft in the quad-exhaust XSE model), the Camry’s all-new four-cylinder produces an additional 25 horsepower and 14 lb-ft of torque compared with its predecessor.
The new four-cylinder Camry is also considerably more economical than the previous-generation car, with EPA fuel-economy figures that climb by 4 mpg in the city (to 28 mpg), by 6 mpg on the highway (to 39), and by 5 mpg overall (to 32 mpg combined). We matched that combined figure over the course of 1188 miles.