Toyota Camry Parts Offer Only the Best

By: Glady Reign

Car companies constantly bring wonders to the world with all the advancements they introduce to eager car owners who want nothing but improvement for their vehicles. One of the largest automakers in the world, Toyota Motor Corporation offers vehicles that are made up of reliable parts designed for heavy-duty applications. One of its most popular models and also one of the bestselling cars in automobile history is the Toyota Camry, which was first sold at the United States in 1983. Aside from comprising America's bestselling car, the assembly of Toyota Camry parts also became the basis for the luxury vehicle Lexus ES300, for the full-size highway cruiser Toyota Avalon, and for the two-door Toyota Solara convertible and coupe.

With its 102 inch wheelbase, the Toyota Camry was relatively huge for a Japanese car. During the time it was introduced, its four-cylinder engine, which produced 92 horsepower, was considerably powerful. It was equipped with five-speed manual transmission or an automatic one and its engine produce a high-pitched sound when revved. People can easily dismiss the capability of Toyota Camry parts, which sported the limited 92 horsepower, but the car can actually outrace bigger and heavier models. Its unbeatable comfort, sound insulation, gas mileage, and reliability are what made the Camry a bestseller.

In a while since its introduction, a second American factory was subsequently built in Georgetown, Kentucky, which became Toyota's first non-union plant as well as their first plant to be built independently. The first generation assembly which featured a single fuel-injected 2 Liter engine lasted for only four years. With the 115 horsepower boasted by the redesign in 1987, together with reduced noise and vibration and many other developments in the succeeding models in the automobile series, the Toyota Camry became even more popular. Today, it bears the distinction of having been listed by USA Today as one of the cars that made the most significant impact in the American market from 1975 to 2000. Very recently, Motor Trend awarded the 2007 Camry as Car of the Year-a distinction that only attests to the enduring quality of this car which, as Motor Trend says, "...Toyota's rivals wish they could build."

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