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Promoted item:Toyota : Camry LE Sedan 4-Door

Toyota : Camry LE Sedan 4-Door

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About Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry is one of the best-selling cars in recent American history. Since 1997, the Camry has been the top-selling vehicle in the United States almost continually (the only exception was in 2001, when the Honda Accord briefly took the crown away). Toyota markets this vehicle primarily to the United States, Australia, and East Asia. The Camry is by and large a family car, although recent advertisement campaigns have aimed at the more youthful Gen Y market.The Camry doesn't sell nearly as well in Europe or Japan, largely because its design doesn't fit in with the continental style. Souped up Camrys are also sold as upmarket Lexus models, including the ES 250, the ES 300, and the ES 330. All Camrys are manufactured in a United States facility in Georgetown, KY.Throughout the years, Camrys have been available in a staggering assortment of styles, including a five door hatchback, a station wagon, a convertible, and a two door coupe. When the line was first rolled out in 1980, Toyota paired the Camry with the Celica. In 1987, 1997, and 2002, the Camry received major upgrades and an engineering overhaul. For the most part, Camrys are four wheel drive vehicles, although Toyota did manufacture a number of all wheel drive Camrys.In 2000, another Japanese company, Daihatsu, developed a vehicle to mimic the look, feel, and style of the Camry called the Altis. Curiously, the name 'Camry' doesn't signify anything or represent any object from the real world or from mythology. 'Camry' is an entirely made-up word.