2018 Toyota Camry Ultimate Standout In Almost All Aspects!

Jun 12, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban


The 2018 Toyota Camry breaks the mold of the usual Camry reputation. For the longest time, Camry has been reviewed as bland even as it is considered Toyota's fastest-selling car.

The 2018 Toyota Camry is considered a big hit now that it has adopted a new aggressive design. Most of the previous buyers have somehow been accustomed to the Camry being plain. One way or the other, such characteristic has been widely accepted.

Camry enthusiasts have accepted the fact that it is going to remain that way for long. However, with the 2018 Camry, it has definitely kicked up a notch in the design department. The 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup champion and Toyota driver Kyle Busch particularly like the aggressive styling of the nose.

The 2018 Camry comes in three distinct vehicles. One is a V-6 capable of 301-horsepower, the four-cylinder capable of either 203- or 206-horsepower, and the 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid with electric motor working with a gas engine capable of 208-horsepower.

All of these three vehicles received significant power update, all-new styling and an all-new interior. The 2018 Toyota Camry definitely has stepped up in almost aspects. Even its platform is new. The latest Camry is the first to have the Toyota New Global Architecture or TNGA platform.

The driving experience of the latest Camry is highlighted. The eight-generation Camry is definitely a cut above the rest. It is even expected to double its sales even after 15 years. It is about time that it gets updated and upgraded. Fifteen years is too long a time and now is the time loyal fans get treated to an entirely new and improved Camry.

The 2018 Toyota Camry's reliability is beyond exceptional. Camry's higher fuel economy is also considered a big hit. At the end of the day, car enthusiasts and industry experts only have to wait for a month before getting hold of this impressive sedan.

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