Toyota Camry 2018

Toyota Camry 2018 at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

Toyota Camry 2018 at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

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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.

Power Hour

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.

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