Toyota Camry Gets "Recommended" Rating from Consumer Reports

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The new Toyota Camry has received a recommended review from Consumer Reports, with the vehicle being tested for the magazine’s February 2012 issue, as Bloomberg writes.
The Camry was praised for multiple assets, including technical and feature-related parts and Toyota needs such review to keep the Camry on top of the US car market - the vehicle has been the US’ best seller for 13 of the last 14 years.

Toyota is looking to sell 360,000 units of the sedan next year, a figure that sits well bellow the Camry’s annual sales record of 473,108 units, which was set back in 2007.

“The Camry has a nicer interior, more responsive handling, and better fuel economy than before,” the review reads. “In fact, the four-cylinder model’s 27 mpg overall ties with the Hyundai Sonata for the best fuel economy among conventional gasoline-powered family sedans.”
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