The Toyota Camry has long been associated with two key words: value and dependability. As America's best-selling sedan, the Camry is highly regarded for its track record of safety, durability and budget-friendly running costs. But until the 2018 model year, almost no one would every have accused the Camry of being exciting to drive or – dare we say it – even a little bit sexy. The brand-new 2018 Camry has shed its stodgy image for something altogether more sporty and youthful. The exterior is bolder, with plenty of the swoopy lines and curves found on Toyota vehicles such as the similarly new C-HR compact crossover and the Lexus LC coupe. Lower and wider than the outgoing model, the newfound emphasis on style and agility in the 2018 Camry could give rivals such as the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, Mazda 6 and Hyundai Sonata an even more elusive target in the midsize-sedan segment. Here you'll find all the information needed to make an educated buying decision if you're considering a 2018 Toyota Camry, including safety and reliability ratings, engine specs, horsepower, fuel-economy ratings and pricing. We'll also summarize what Autoblog's professional auto reviewers think of the Camry. Is the 2018 Toyota Camry safe? The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gives the 2018 Toyota Camry an overall crash-test rating of five stars. In every crash test, the new Camry scored a five-star rating, the highest score. Safety has long been one of the Camry's strong points, and that holds true with the 2018 model. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, which provides ratings for new vehicles based on its own comprehensive crash tests, has given the 2018 Toyota Camry its "Top Safety Pick+" award, the highest rating available. The Camry earned a "superior" rating for front-crash prevention – no doubt helped by the standard fitment of automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning – along with "good" ratings in every IIHS crash test. The Camry also scored a "good" rating for its LATCH anchors for child seats. Headlight performance also received a "good" rating. Ratings may differ for Camry sedans from other model years, so be sure to visit the NHTSA and IIHS websites to review ratings on the specific vehicle you're researching. At the time of this writing, the 2018 Camry is subject to one recall. According to NHTSA, certain 2018 Camry models equipped with V6 engines have fuel delivery pipes that may not be properly connected to the fuel hoses in the engine compartment. A total of 11,807 cars are affected by this recall. Is the Camry reliable? Because the Camry is all new, J.D. Power most recently reviewed initial quality in the outgoing 2017 model. It gave the 2017 Camry sedan five out of five possible stars — a rating referred to as "among the best" — for overall quality, as well as overall design and quality in the "features and accessories" category, and body and interior design. The 2017 Camry notably scored only "about average" for powertrain …
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|MPG||28 City / 39 Hwy|
|Transmission||8-spd auto w/OD|
|Power||203 @ 6600 rpm|
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