2012 Toyota Camry LE Review
2012 Toyota Camry LE Review – 2012 Toyota Camry Sensational level of customization has long been a strong suit Camry. Model encapsulates everything from low-range L to top-range XLE and sporty SE. In fact there are four and six-cylinder powertrains, the former is offered in a hybrid variant.
The difference this time is that I tested four-cylinder Camry LE, at $ 22,500, including really all you need.
2012 Toyota Camry LE Review
Toyota went for short completion with the new Camry: Starting out another 2 mpg, improve the steering and handling, increasing the brake. Some buyers may want car manufacturers have opted to throw long balls styling, such as Kia and Hyundai did. Toyota could lose some new buyers because the redesign looks too light.
But I’m not sure Camry require repair styling; after all, his predecessor has aged well. Car manufacturers need to restore nameplates reputation for bulletproof reliability, which has sunk to just OK in recent years. The interior is a few flubs short family-car excellence, and skateboard tires mar otherwise smooth driving experience. But sensitivities remain, and overall Camry has increased significantly. Still, more than ever, car posters for your right brain.
2012 Toyota Camry LE Review Engine Performance
2012 Camry LE model year marks the debut of the seventh generation of the midsize sedan massively popular. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder see 9-hp bump strength and increased fuel efficiency for EPA fuel economy rating of 25 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway with a six-speed automatic transmission. In 2011, the four-cylinder is rated at 22 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway with the automatic.
Visual, rounded exterior lines replaced with people who are more defined. It is most visible in the back with a squared-off trunk. On the inside, there are some improvements to material and stitching on the top of the dash is a nice touch. However, the plastic pieces of the lower trim on the center stack are no stitches formed in the simulation, which I thought was a little tacky. Seats are perfect for target customers, with few side bolsters, and they are quite comfortable.
There are quite a kick out of four cylinders to mingle with toll traffic on Toyota Camry, the transmission downshifts quickly cracked off when you lay into the throttle hard. Steering light weighted with slightly muted response, and this trip was good, focusing on day-to-day comfort, which again is ideal to attract the general public.
I guess the best compliment I can give is that the 2012 Camry was exceptional at being mediocre. Nothing that was really good, but not everything is fine. With enough energy, a comfortable cabin, big trunk and good fuel economy, providing everything you are looking for a typical shopper Camry. Now when the owner of the Camry are looking a new Camry to replace their older models they can walk into the showroom and see the new car and probably will sign on the dotted line without hesitation.
That is not to say that the competition will come up with some very strong entries. I personally like the Kia Optima away, and there are new Ford Fusion coming soon, too.
2012 Toyota Camry LE Review Safety, Features & Price
At this writing, the Camry has not been a crash-tested. There are 10 standard airbags. As needed features of all 2012 models, an electronic stability system and standard ABS brakes. A blind spot warning system is optional on XLE. Toyota is not the price of the car, but officials told me that popular LE models will not deviate much from the price of 2011 – $ 22,700 with an automatic – and the cost of the SE and XLE “will be much lower” than its predecessor. They trims is approximately $ 24,000 and $ 26,500, respectively, with an automatic transmission.
Do not expect to find Camry LE easily. Toyota says the base trim will comprise less than 5 percent of all sales are largely not for commercial sale to consumers. Standard features include air conditioning, cruise control, electric accessories, Bluetooth and iPod compatible stereo. Mainline Camry trims add steering-wheel audio controls, remote keyless entry and touch screen stereo with Bluetooth audio streaming. Check out all the options, and the Camry can have heated leather seats, front electric seats, moonroof, JBL audio, two separate navigation systems (see photo to compare) and Toyota Entune multimedia system.