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Two of the most well known car rivals in America are both all-new at the same time. For years, Honda's Accord has always been the more stylish and sportier choice but with Toyota on a mission to inject some passion into their products, buyers looking to purchase a family sedan have a much tougher decision on their hands. The latest Camry now comes with over 300 HP from its available V6 and offers such features like a panoramic sunroof, red leather interior, and standard Toyota Safety Sense-P, Honda responds with an all turbo engine lineup, available 6-speed manual, and premium touches like cooled front seats with memory. Also just like the Toyota, standard Honda Sensing driver assistance, it looks like deciding between these two just got a lot harder but we'll let you know which one is our pick at the end of the video.
The 2018 Toyota Camry has been fully redesigned. Key differences from the outgoing Camry include a longer wheelbase, sleeker styling and a revised rear suspension geometry, along with two distinct styling themes depending on trim level. The 2018 Toyota Camry is the archetypal midsize family sedan. Though it has grown larger over many generations, the latest, redesigned 2018 model checks in at roughly the same exterior dimensions as its predecessor. That's fine — it's plenty big enough already, thanks. The 2018 Camry's styling is a big departure from the norm, however. You can sense the difference from 10 paces away. The uninspiring styling we've come to expect on the Toyota Camry has been replaced with a lower and sleeker look. But sleeker doesn't mean reduced headroom and reduced visibility because the seats, hood and side glass have dropped a similar amount. In fact, we figure that interior space has been enhanced. Much of the credit goes to the stiffer platform and its double-wishbone rear suspension, the key element that makes this Camry different from any produced in the last 30-plus years. Past Camrys relied on a rear strut suspension because of its low cost. But rear struts are bulky and compete for space with the back seat and trunk. The more sophisticated rear suspension was recently used on the Toyota Prius, and the positive effects on that car's ride comfort, road noise, handling and even steering feel were substantial. As before, there will be three powertrain choices, all of which are either new or significantly revised. The all-new 2.5-liter four-cylinder base engine makes 203 horsepower, while the optional 3.5-liter V6 now cranks out a stout 301 hp. Both come paired with a new eight-speed automatic transmission that further helps improve fuel economy. The fuel-sipping Camry Hybrid (reviewed separately) is new as well. On the safety front, you'll find a common array of features including 10 standard airbags and a rearview camera. But the most impressive safety feature on this new Camry has to be the standard inclusion of the Toyota Safety Sense-P, which means that even the cheapest 2018 Camry will have traffic-adapting cruise control, automatic emergency braking in case of an imminent forward collision, lane departure warning and mitigation, and auto-dimming LED headlights. While we appreciate the Camry's newfound attention to style, safety and handling precision, Toyota's Entune infotainment and smartphone integration won't please many people. It just isn't as easy to use as rival systems. It's the most glaring shortcoming of this otherwise well-rounded family sedan. If you're in the market, the Camry is going to be one of your best choices for 2018. Notably, we picked the 2018 Toyota Camry as one of Edmunds' Best Midsize Sedans for this year. ============================================== ► Please contact this email if you have any copyright issues: firstname.lastname@example.org ► If you love cars you should subscribe now to Auto TV the world famous automotive channel: https://goo.gl/SGPqjc #newcars #autotv #cartv #topcar #topsuv
I will show you differences in Camry models - LE, SE, XLE, XSE. I will help you pick the right trim level for you and your family. You will see in the video: - intro to trim levels - exterior differences - engine performance and mpg - car-by-car interior comparison - options and packages for each trim level - what V6 models are available - quick intro to the 2018 Camry L model Please subscribe to my YouTube "toyotajeff" channel and also please come and work with me on a new Toyota if you're in the Raleigh area. Thanks, Jeff Teague Fred Anderson Toyota Raleigh, NC 919-740-7294 email@example.com
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After selling over 400,000 in 2017, the latest RAV4 moves to the successful TNGA platform, Toyota promises it to be stiffer, stronger, more capable, and more practical. The safety and tech features are much improved with Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 standard and Apple CarPlay with the newest Entune 3.0 infotainment system.
2018 Toyota Camry - FULL REVIEW
The trims offered on the 2018 model should carry over into 2019 and include the base L, the LE, the SE, the XLE, the XSE, the XLE V6, the XSE V6, the Hybrid LE, the Hybrid SE, and the Hybrid XLE. The sporty XSE includes, dark-tinted LED headlights and taillights, a unique gloss black front grille, 19-inch black machined wheels, a 10.0-inch head-up display, dual exhaust with quad tips, a leather-trimmed sport steering wheel, and textured interior metal trim. The premium XLE V6 comes equipped with a wireless charging pad, a 7.0-inch instrument cluster display, leather-trimmed and heated eight-way power front seats, Tiger Eye wood trim, chromed interior door handles, and an 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen. All the above features will likely carry over into 2019.
Performance and Fuel Economy
The Camry’s powertrains will likely carry over into 2019. The 2018 Camry’s engine options include the base 203-hp (206 hp in the XSE trim) 2.5-liter I-4 engine and the optional 3.5-liter V-6 that pumps out 301 hp. Both engines are backed by an eight-speed automatic that routes power to the front wheels. The 2018 Camry Hybrid uses a 2.5-liter I-4 paired with two electric motors for a total system output of 208 hp, though the 2019 Avalon’s version of this tech is good for 215 hp. For 2018, fuel economy figures for the non-hybrids ranged from 22/32 mpg city/highway in the V-6 to 29/41 for the I-4. Camry Hybrid fuel economy numbers range from 44/47 to 51/53 mpg depending on trim level.
The Toyota Safety Sense-P driver-assist package will continue to be standard. The package includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist, and automatic high beams. Blind-spot monitoring with rear-cross traffic alert and automatic reverse braking are optional.
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