2010 CAMRY EARNS MOTOR TREND BEST BUY FOR 13TH TIME

Written by gary on April 26th, 2010
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Motor Trend recently gathered the Seven Top-Selling Mid-Size Sedans to determine which sedan deserves to be a best-seller by best delivering the space, utility, comfort, and quiet that today’s families expect.seven-sedan-comparison-group-front
The tight distinct group of solid-citizen sedans includes the new Subaru Legacy, the Chevy Malibu, 2011 Hyundai Sonata, Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, Nissan Altima, and Toyota Camry. The Toyota Camry is a 12 -Time Best Seller over the past 20 years. Yet recalls, and mountains of both disturbing media and government attention have made the top-sales spot wide open to one of the Camry’s competitors in this white-hot segment.
 
With all the Competition from these other sedans and the recent Media pounding, Can the Toyota Camry be a competitor at this time?…
 
ANNOUNCING FIRST PLACE WINNER: TOYOTA CAMRY!!!  Here’s the Motor Trend Assessment…
 
Everybody wants to hate this car but they can’t… Everybody knows it’s an automotive appliance and appliances are not fun. They perform specific tasks without making the blood boil or the endorphins rush. Besides, we come to bury Camry not to praise him — er, it… which should be easy, considering it finished third the last time out, right? Well, not exactly… The 2010 Camry gets a powertrain upgrade to 2.5 liters and six transmission ratios, elevating output to 169 horsepower and 167 pound-feet (179 and 171 for SE models) and EPA fuel economy to 22/33 from 21/31 mpg. Other spiffs include a freshened grille and bumpers plus standard Bluetooth connectivity and stability control.
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