No mention of Android Auto.
This 1990 Toyota Camry in a Denver area self-service junkyard has 300,000 miles on the clock, a V6 engine, and a 5-speed manual transmission.
Both sedans get "track tuned" suspension and brakes.
NASCAR personalities discuss the Camry TRD and then do donuts.
Can these redesigned and revised family four-doors save the species?
Toyota's king is back near the top of the pile.
Midsize family sedans may be losing sales to small SUVs, but hundreds of thousands of the things still left dealerships last year. The 2019 Nissan Altima introduced here at the New York Auto Show replaces one of the segment's best sellers, joining a pair of other best-sellers, the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, which were both redesigned last year.
For the first time since this generation of Mazda6 was introduced, Mazda is offering the 6 with a more powerful optional engine. It's a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder available on the three highest trims: Grand Touring, Grand Touring Reserve and Signature. This new engine offering means Mazda
New cars lose a ton of value when you drive them off the lot. That's bad news for owners, but it means great deals on one-year-old models like these.
Toyota's is building a $2.8B research and development center in Japan. One of the 11 test tracks there will recreate portions of the Nurburgring.
Don't plan the funeral yet. There's still a lot we don't know about Ford's plans.
Good, and not just for a Camry.
The company says it can make more money selling a Japanese-built Camry than a U.S. one.
You can probably guess which vehicle is the number-one best-seller, but the rest of the results may surprise you.