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The Toyota Camry was developed in 1982, and offers several mid-size trim levels. Camry translates to “Crown” in Japanese, which stems from the original Crown model introduced in 1955. The Toyota Camry was preceded by the Celica which was produced from 1980 to 1982.

Over the years, there have been several Toyota Camry models offered based on both a narrow body structure and a wide body structure and as the traditional four-door sedan, a five-door hatchback, and a two-door coupe. The Toyota Camry also is available as a station wagon model. Due to the diversity options, the Toyota Camry has been a best-seller in the United States, Canada and Australia, as well as several East and Southeast Asian countries excluding Japan.

The first generation of the Toyota Camry, the V10, debuted in 1982 and was produced until 1986. That version of the Toyota Camry was a compact, narrow body style, four-door sedan with an option five-door hatchback. The Toyota Camry V20 second generation introduced a station wagon to the line, but did not include the hatch-back design. The Toyota Camry underwent a redesign for the third generation, the V30, which was introduced in 1990 to strictly the Japanese market. A year later, the wide-body styled Toyota Camry XV10 was introduced in the international markets. The wide body style concept is still used in today’s Toyota Camry. Toyota had also continued making the narrow body style for the Japanese market with the V40 and V50, up until 2003 when it was dropped from the line.

In addition to the Toyota Camry, Toyota had also introduced the Solara, a two-door sportier version aimed at a younger demographic, in 1999. The Solara, also included a convertible version which accounted for most of its sales. The Solara eventually became known as only the Toyota Solara until it was discontinued from the line in 2009.

The current XV40 model of the Toyota Camry debuted in 2006 at the North American International Auto Show. Toyota’s second hybrid was also introduced at this time, the Toyota Camry hybrid. The latest model includes a more powerful four or six-cylinder engine, as well as more standard options for the base model including power locks, stability control and traction control, equipped with satellite radio and Bluetooth capabilities. The latest 2011 Toyota Camry is available in four trim levels including, the CE, LE, SE and XLE, in addition to the hybrid version.

The Toyota Camry is known for its quiet ride and dependability. As it was designed specifically for the North American market, the Toyota Camry has done considerably well in the United States and Canada. The Toyota Camry has evolved each generation, responding to the needs of the consumer and continues to rule the midsize family sedan market.

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