The Beigest Of Beigemobiles Was A Sign Of Your Miserable Future

An early 1990s Toyota Camry is world-renowned as not only the car your parents probably had growing up, but also as the one of the beigest of beigemobiles ever created. It is your generic "car," when one has to think of some "car." So the fact that it might be a herald of the 21st century was frightening. » 8/02/14 9:00am 8/02/14 9:00am

A Victory For This Camry Rally Car Is A Victory For Toyota, America

The Toyota Camry is one of the most boring cars on the road. How do you unboring it? You make it into a rally car with throwback graphics, knobby tires, fog lights, and turbos under the hood. If this doesn't win Toyota's Dream Build Challenge, then I might start losing faith in car nuts everywhere. » 10/31/13 10:21am 10/31/13 10:21am

This Insane Construction Paper Collage Is The Greatest Toyota Camry Ad…

Making a ridiculous ad on Craigslist has emerged as a kind of art form for the new millenium. Besides having a practical purpose — helping someone unload whatever loathsome piece of crap they happen to drive — they also serve to give us Internet-people some much-needed LOLs. Maybe they'll be deemed worthy enough for… » 3/23/13 2:00pm 3/23/13 2:00pm

I Am Actually Tempted To Buy This Diesel Toyota Camry-amino

It's really quite sad, the demise of the trucklet in this country. The El Camino and Ford Ranchero are long gone, and the Pontiac G8 Sport Truck was euthanized before it could go down with the brand. Even the "small" trucks that Toyota or Ford or Nissan used to make aren't so small anymore, and car-based trucks like… » 1/12/13 2:00pm 1/12/13 2:00pm

Safety Groups Blasts Toyota For 'Poor' Camry And Prius V Crash Test…

Statistics show that when Americans are looking for a midsize family car, they usually end up with a Toyota Camry. In beige white. In the case of hybrids, the same rules apply to the Prius V, which came out as a completely new model this year. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety now says you might want… » 12/20/12 9:30am 12/20/12 9:30am