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2006 Toyota Camry Review

So you want a Toyota Camry? That’s an excellent choice. The Toyota Camry has been one of the highest rated mid sized cars of all time. Its safety ratings are all excellent, and the comfort this car provides is remarkable for the price. The Toyota Camry is perfect for the average family.

Here’s what the different models of the Toyota Camry offers:

Entry Level Standard Toyota Camry:

The entry level standard includes such features as power locks, power windows, cruise control, a CD player, but the options for the entry level standard are very limited.

The Toyota Camry LE

With the Toyota Camry LE, you get options added from the standard such as keyless entry, a power driver seat, and color-keyed external mirrors.
The SE

The Toyota Camry SE is equipped with similar features if the LE. A few of the features that set the LE off from the SE are: interior trim, the upholstery, suspension (sport tuned), larger, allow wheels, a sporty rear spoiler, fog lamps, and the front grille.

The Toyota Camry XLE
One more step up and you have some of the latest vehicle technologies including climate control, a dimmed rearview mirror for driving during the night, a larger, more powerful audio system, and leather seating.

The Safety Aspect
On every Toyota Camry model, anti-lock breaks are standard, though side airbags are still an option. The Toyota Camry earned a five start front impact protection rating by the NHTSA crash test. For front occupant protection, the Toyota Camry earned four stars, and was rated three stars for rear impact.

Toyota Camry Key Specifications:
Standard Engine
2.4L I4
Standard Transmission
5 Speed Manual
4 Cylinders
Horsepower @ RPM
Torque @ RPM

The Pros
The Toyota Camry provides a large amount of room.
Has a reputation of being a very quiet ride.
Number of Safety features
Number of luxurious features
Resale value is good
Reliable reputation

The Cons
Vehicle is considered more expensive than the wrest of its competitors.
Lack of power

by: Aaron Brandon