Every decent living mammal on the planet knows that if you hit a car with your car because of some mistake you made, you pull over. I think this basic idea is carved into the Hammurabi Stele, even. That’s not what happened at all here, as a terrible Toyota Camry driver hits a Subaru BRZ, tries to run away, and learns…
The Toyota Camry is the fourth best-selling vehicle in America. Toyota sold more than a third of a million of these sedans in 2016. So why does its face look like that?
This is Toyota’s new 2018 Camry Monster Energy NASCAR Cup car, complete with “sporty” XSE trim-level badges and the new insectoid face based on that of the brand-new roadgoing Camry. NASCAR announced today that the new Camry will debut to give us strange racing-themed nightmares starting in the 2017 season, ahead of…
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It’s fair to say that a very likely unhealthy portion of my life revolves around cars, and a truly alarming percentage of my thoughts are automotive-related. These are my jackstands to bear. That’s why I always love finding a whole new automotive concept I somehow have missed. This time it’s the excitingly dull…
There are many different kinds of cars and many different kinds of driving. For each of these modes, there is a safe, obvious, reliable choice of vehicle. These are the Toyota Camrys (Camries?) of the car world, and I think I can pinpoint them all.
If you looked–really looked—at the 2016 Toyota Camry, you wouldn’t expect the leggy girls in short dresses who get into the clubs for free to climb out of it. It’s humbler than that. Maybe if the leggy girl got hitched and then moved out to the suburbs, maybe. And that’s why I like it so much.
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 reason why this six-year-old Camry costs as much as a used McLaren is simple: it’s not exactly a Camry. It’s a custom-built SEMA special complete with a NASCAR V8.
Remember that one horrible yet unforgettable commercial for a Toyota Camry, where an excited mom described the handling of the car as “grounded to the ground?” The reason why they used that unintelligible take instead of using dialogue an actual human would say is because Toyota has made the same car for the last…
The hard part about loving cars is that people who hate cars keep asking you what car they should buy.
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.
America’s auto industry posted marginal losses in the month of August, while the daily sales rate and seasonally adjusted annualized rate soared. In August 2014, U.S. auto sales figures actually included sales from September’s high-volume Labour Day weekend.
Patrick Friesacher’s 2007 Toyota Camry can do 800 horsepower burnouts. Very hot ones as it turns out.
The Toyota Camry, she is a cruel mistress. She seduces the driver with her supple ride, her creature comforts and her clockwork reliability — and then, when her prey has lowered its guard completely, she strikes like the deadliest of mongooses.
America loves it some mid-size sedans. Wagons might be more practical and crossovers are now outselling the humble four-door, but mid-sizers remain the chariot of choice for a massive swath of the population. Nearly every automaker offers one and each comes in dozens of flavors, so how do you pick the best? We’re…
Special Editions of the 2016 Toyota Corolla and its big brother the Camry have just dropped at the Chicago Auto Show. They come in bright colors with matched interior accents, and a subtle "SPORT" button on the dash to unlock "more aggressive driving dynamics." So, youths, are you in?!
I guess if you're building a car that's, let's face it, boring, one way to advertise that car would be to really crank up the batshit. Like, make ads so full of confusing, improbable horseshit that just maybe you can induce some confused, trance-like state in people so they'll go buy your car. Oh, and maybe suggest…
One extremely proud automotive enthusiast was not about to let the fierce grip of crushing normality destroy him — he might have been saddled with a four cylinder Toyota midsizer, but that doesn't mean he had to stop living. Nah, this dude modified his Camry.