Toyota Camry is known as the first transverse-engine and is perfectly for a family sedan. In. 1983 as the first year the Camry was born. The Camry has been known as the America best-selling passenger car. Today it is among its boring. But, the company has to banish the boring. So the company will make big changes for the brand. When you drive the new 2018 Toyota Camry will have more muscular engines, extroverted styling as well as tone chassis. However, the price is quite pricey and there is still no high end technology. Actually, this car does not feature Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
This new Toyota Camry is expected to be a family-sedan segment. In fact, thus new car comes with longer, wider and lower that may give a slightly lower-slung profile. A pinched upper grille and a gaping lower maw will make an angry-looking visage at the front. For the bottom edge flares outward. In addition, SE and XSE car models seems to have their rear styling and sculpting on the rockers and a rear bumper emulates a diffuser. From that, The 2018 new Camry looks better. When you look at the interior, it will look funkier with three-dimensional design that is bisected by a wavelike trim piece. This car also offers a better sense of spaciousness by featuring the passenger’s dash seat curving created. There is also a central touchscreen which makes the car provide today’s smartphone-mimicking appearance. The touchscreen also comes with several buttons, and knobs for making easy operation. Other features are also included like attractive graining, padded surfaces, soft-touch plastics. But, some of them that are preserved mid-level trims like a cheaper-feeling steering wheel and hard-plastic door. This Honda Accord 2018 also does not support Android Auto or Apple CarPlay.
You should know that there is no Camry design could not neglect the original traditional virtues. For the 2018 version seems to use a major improvement in fuel economy. There is a four-cylinder enjoying a 5-mpg jump in EPA rating. EPA ratings are 39 highways and 28 mpg city. The real fuel economy vaults over the 50-mpg bar with 51 mpg city and 53 highway as in EPA ratings. For the model of XLE and SE hybrids can earn EPA score about 44/47 mpg. Besides, the LE employs more powerful, lithium-ion unit while the XLE and SE comes with a nickel-metal-hydride battery pack. Toyota makes improvement by making forward-collision warning with automatic braking, adaptive cruise control and pedestrian detection. There are also rear cross-traffic and blind spot monitoring available.