Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry (pronounced / kæmri /; Japanese: カムリ トヨタ) is a medium-size series (formerly compact) cars manufactured by Toyota since 1982, and sold in most global automotive markets. Between 1980 and 1982, the 'Camry' nameplate has been delegated to a four-door sedan, known as the Toyota Celica Camry.

The name 'Camry' is an anglicized phonetic transcription of Japanese words kanmuri (冠, かん むり), which means 'crown'. This follows the tradition of naming Toyota to use the name of the Crown for the primary models from the Toyota Crown in 1955, continues with Corona and Toyota Corolla, the Latin word for 'crown' and 'small crown', respectively.

United States, Camry has been a regular top-selling car in the last ten years, but sold a few years. Camry also sells very well in Australia, Canada and several Asian markets. While the international success of the Camry has not sold very well in the domestic market in Japan or Europe, where the sale was closed in 2004. in East and Southeast Asian markets, high specification Camry models are executive coaches. From XV30 Series Camrys sold in these markets sported a revised front and rear treatment. In 2006, the version XV40, the same has been done, although Australia and designed by Toyota Camry Aurion (XV40) was the model of the donors. Aurion features revised front and rear-end styling and interior changes, but is equipped with the same powertrain.

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