We got a little early surprise from the 2017 Detroit Auto Show: Toyota has released a teaser image of their all-newly redesigned 2018 Camry Dent! It’s clear that Toyota is taking their best-selling dent very seriously, and this all-new design adds some much needed excitement to America’s most popular dent.
That deafening sound of shock and surprise coming from Chicago was the result of something that happens so infrequently it makes the coming of Halley’s Comet look like a Maserati’s trip to the shop: the Chicago Cubs won the World Series. Just for fun, let’s compare the most-sold cars in America from the Cub’s two most…
A new Toyota Camry has been spotted cruising around with your standard automaker camouflage, but under all those swirls it looks racier than most—you know, for a Camry. Some are suggesting that a TRD “performance” model is in the works. Is Toyota really serious about a sporty Camry? If so, why?
We’re riding along with Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin in the pace car this morning, so why not come along with us? Let’s take a quick lap of Sonoma Raceway, one of the few road courses on the NASCAR Sprint Cup calendar.
The Toyota Camry is a sensible, drama-free mid-size sedan that’s at least trying to appear “sporty.” What do you need to know before you buy a Toyota Camry? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Over its long and illustrious sales career, the Toyota Camry has been described in many ways by so-called automotive enthusiasts. Most of them, to be honest, haven’t been particularly flattering. Words like “appliance” tend to find themselves in close proximity to the Camry whenever it’s been discussed elsewhere.
Though it may look just like our 1996-2001 Toyota Camry at a glance, the Toyota Chaser is no beigemobile. Because the Japanese spent the 90’s selling their coolest cars only to themselves, we never got the Toyota Chaser; it looks like a Camry, but underneath, it’s a Supra. We’re in love.
The 1986 Diesel Camry we dug up over a year and a half ago has resurfaced... and I suggest someone take advantage of this glorious windfall and adopt it immediately.
Back in the good old days, a nickel used to buy you a night on the town with your best gal, including a trolley ride, tickets to the latest Clark Gable film and the post-coital pack of cigarettes. Now it doesn't even cover 15 minutes in a downtown parking meter. How did this change over time? It's all part of the…
Thelma Wagenhoffer, 76, was pulling up to a stop sign in Palm Coast, Florida on Saturday when she hit the gas instead of the brakes. Security camera footage shows her crashing her Camry through the entrance of a Publix supermarket and into a line of people.
We don't support drunk driving or any attempts to get out of an arrest for doing so, but we have give one Florida woman credit for a creative on the spot excuse when she was pulled over last weekend for speeding and swerving through traffic.
A spat between two women over a parking space at an upscale suburban Detroit mall turned physical on New Year's Eve, with a Camry driver attacking another woman after successfully slotting her Toyota into the contested spot.
There is no denying the fact getting 728 horsepower out of a Toyota Camry is an impressive feat which has undoubtedly taken countless hours and quite a bit of dedication. Having said that, we're not entirely sure how we feel about Canadian tuner Dynamotorsport's insane creation.
This is it. The newly-redesigned 2012 Toyota Camry. And yes, even in red, it's still just as beige as you'd expect it to be.
Just a few minutes ago, Toyota released yet another official image of the new 2012 Toyota Camry. This time, they did it over the twitters. OMG, it's a... yes, yes it is... it's the headlight... again! Wow. I'm just besides myself. I think I... yes, yes I did just have a beigegasm over the latest and greatest mid-size…
We're getting our first glimpse of the 2012 Toyota Camry courtesy of Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda who says it will be the "best Camry ever" and will be a "remarkable car in terms of handling, safety and fuel economy." It's not like it could get much worse.