Used Toyota Camry for Sale in Tallahassee, FL
Toyota Camry History
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The Camry is one of the best-selling cars in the United States. For several years in a row, Cars.com has named the Camry as one of the most made-in-America vehicles on the market. Kelley Blue Book and other appraisal sites give Camrys high resale values due to their proven quality and durability, make it a great investment when shopping for a reliable used vehicle.
Safety and technology have helped push the car to the front of the line. In the sixth generation, it began offering one of the first knee airbags. It was also one of the first cars to have standard electronic traction control, brake assist and electronic brake distribution. The 2012 Camry started a winning streak that has seen every year’s edition earn all five stars from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Likewise, many editions have been named Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Hybrid technology made its midsized sedan debut on the Camry. The car started offering Bluetooth, standard rearview cameras and display screens ahead of many competitors. All of these advanced features ensure that used Camrys are more contemporary than some used cars.
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How Has the Camry Changed Over Time?
In the 1980s, the Toyota Camry was a typical boxy sedan or liftback. It was much smaller than the Camrys of the last three decades. In the 1990s, the automaker even experimented with a two-door Camry coupe design. In 2001, the car went in a new direction, becoming a larger sedan with a modern look. The 2006 facelift was the first in a shift toward the high tech materials and aerodynamic shaping of today. 2011 editions took on a more angular style and new sheet metal. In 2015, still the same generation, the Camry got yet another update that had critics applauding. There were numerous upgrades inside and out. The mid-generation change is anchored by a more prominent trapezoidal grille shape and a more aggressive front bumper.
While the original Camrys may have had bare-bones interiors, used Toyota Camrys are in high demand due to the quality and spaciousness of their cabins. Shoppers are always pleased to find high quality materials with soft touch surfaces. Technology covers the dash with such favorites as push button start, a Qi wireless charger, a dual-zone programmable thermostat, and an infotainment touchscreen. The cabin offers a bigger backseat than its rivals. Engineers combine an almost-flat floor with sculpted front seatbacks to provide class-above legroom and knee room.
How Fast Is the Toyota Camry?
The first Camrys offered only 130 horsepower. There were diesel editions and a choice of manual or four-speed automatics. As the car grew bigger, drivers expected greater capability. Today’s used Camrys tend to produce either 178 horsepower or 268 horsepower. Automatic transmissions offer greater precision with six speeds. Since Toyota had taken over the hybrid market with its best-selling Prius, it was only natural to add hybrid technology to the Prius. A 200-horsepower edition offers best-in-class fuel economy. In fact, Toyota’s emphasis on good gas mileage makes used Toyotas extremely competitive, even with today’s sedans.
Used Toyota Camry for Sale in Tallahassee, Florida
Regardless of the year it was made, used Camrys in the Legacy Toyota Inventory excel in safety, technology, spaciousness, gas mileage, performance, and more. A test drive will help you find a good fit. Visit our Tallahassee Toyota dealership for a great selection of low-mileage used Toyota Camry and other used cars for sale.