Tag: Toyota Camry

These Are The Most Popular Used Vehicles In America

The Toyota Camry and RAV4 retained their status as the best-selling new car and crossover in America, and the Ford F-150 will undoubtedly be the best-selling truck and vehicle overall. However, a new study from iSeeCars examined the most popular used vehicles in the United States. As part of the effort, they examined over eight […]

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Toyota And Honda Have Carved Up The U.S. Car Market, So How Would You Rank Their Heavy Hitters?

U.S. buyers love Japanese brands, and don’t let anyone tell you different. Sure, a lot of people would rather ride off into the sunset behind the wheel of a red white and blue muscle car or pickup truck, but if we look at the numbers, Toyota and Honda are absolutely crushing it when it comes […]

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Europe’s 2021 Toyota Camry Hybrid Receives Restyled Front End And New Infotainment

This is the European 2021 Camry Hybrid, the facelifted version of Toyota’s sedan which now features subtle updates both inside and out. The updated Camry Hybrid is introducing a redesigned front end, which includes a redesigned bumper with a new look for the upper and lower grilles. The bars in the lower grille that can […]

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Over 1.5 Million Toyota And Lexus Vehicles Recalled Over Defective Fuel Pumps

Toyota has announced a recall expansion, due to potentially faulty fuel pumps, for more than 1.5 million cars. According to the documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the defective part, which was supplied by Denso, could lead to engine stalling, which would inevitably increase the risk of a crash. As for […]

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Toyota Camry TRD And Honda Accord Try To Take Down The Civic Type R

The Honda Civic Type R and Toyota Camry TRD are not rivals by any stretch of the imagination, yet they have one thing in common: they both happen to cost around 40 grand. Eager to see how they perform against each other, Throttle House gathered the duo together for a series of straight-line tests. Moreover, […]

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Consumers Love Trucks; So Do Thieves, As Ford F-Series Tops Most Stolen List

The National Insurance Crime Bureau has released their latest Hot Wheels report, which reveals the most stolen vehicles from 2019. Complied using law enforcement data, the report, according to The Detroit Bureau, reveals that the best-selling vehicle in America was also the thieves’ favorite. We’re, of course, talking about Ford’s F-Series full-size pickups, as 38,938 […]

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2021 Toyota Camry Hybrid Reportedly Cheaper Than Before, Entry-Level Model To Start At $28,265

Unveiled earlier this year and expected to enter production this month, the 2021 Toyota Camry brings a few upgrades for the new model year and small visual revisions that help set the trim levels apart. The mid-size saloon is expected to start arriving at dealers shortly after assembly commences, but there is still no word […]

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Toyota Doubles Down On Sedans As U.S. Carmakers Abandon The Segment

The automotive industry’s shift to trucks and SUVs seems unstoppable at the moment, with U.S. carmakers in particular ditching their passenger cars at an alarming rate. We live in a time where Ford and Buick will soon no longer have sedans in their lineups following the production end of the Fusion and Regal, respectively. At […]

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