Aug 12, 2017 01:23 AM EDT
2018 Toyota Camry: Almost Perfect With Hardly Any Negatives!

Perfection is not possible. However, the 2018 Toyota Camry comes too close to it. Experts and enthusiasts all share the same positive sentiments towards the latest Camry model.

Over the years, the Camry is America's most beloved sedan. It garnered a staggering number of followers and loyalists. There's a good reason for such fan base. The Camry has impressive performance, which did not let its drivers down.

Unfortunately, there was the 2016 recall of 41,630 Camry. However, this did not diminish the interest of the general driving public. Incidents such as recalls also fueled Toyota to further improve its future vehicles.

The 2018 Toyota Camry is a testament to this ingenuity. Hardly any negative feedback is pointed towards the latest Camry. All praises direct towards Toyota's latest sedan.

Safety is of the essence, and the 2018 Camry has it! Even the base Camry comes with active safety features, which are only available in higher trims of its competitors. All of 2018 Camry models have a rear view camera, adaptive cruise control, lane departure alert, and much more.

The 2018 Camry is easily the favorite among practical buyers. It boasts of impressive fuel economy for a vehicle this type and size. The gas model has EPA rating of 29 mpg for city and 41 mpg highway.

The latest Camry is responsive, agile and fun to drive altogether. The Camry's V-6 engine is responsible for such admirable performance.

The Toyota Camry and Honda Accord frequently face comparison. Such comparison is inevitable. Both come from extremely famous Japanese auto makers, Toyota and Honda. There are a good number of similarities between the 2018 Accord and 2018 Camry.

Most features that 2018 Toyota Camry has been offered by the Accord too. It 's hard to pinpoint which among the two sedans win the battle. It depends on the customers' needs and requirements. Either of the two makes an excellent choice.

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