Toyota Camry Still a Top Seller

The Toyota Camry remains a staple of the Toyota line up because of its reliability and comfortable design. The simple, elegant design and respectable MPG rating keep consumers coming back for more. Regardless of the recalls, sales for the Camry are up 2.8% from the previous year. 

The new 2010 Toyota Camry builds upon this reputation. The new engine is around 169 horsepower where the 2009 model was only 158. The new engine also increases fuel economy by 1mpg in both city and highway driving.

The new Camry features a bigger front grill and larger front headlight casings. The rear breaking lights are brighter due to the light-emitting diodes and the tail light casings have been re-styled.  All Camrys feature air conditioning, power windows and door locks, cruise control, 16-inch wheels, traction control, electronic stability control and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.

Safety has remained a staple with the Camry earning five out five stars in government laboratory crash test results.
 
Pricing for the new 2010 Camry starts a little over $20,000 for the manual transmission and a little over $21,000 for the automatic transmission. To test drive the 2010 Toyota Camry, come down to Sloane Toyota on 503 N. Easton Rd. Glenside, PA 19038.

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