Toyota Camry is a large mid-size car. Camry has been produced since 1979 on base of Celica, being its four-door version. Originally it was compact in size, but later, since 1991, Camry changed over to mid-size classification. In Toyota production range Camry is situated between Avensis/Corolla and full-size sedan Avalon. For Camry the platform Toyota K was used. It is known on such cars as Avalon, Highlander, Sienna, Venza, Lexus ES and other models. The competitors are the same as of Avensis: Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, Subaru Legacy, Ford Mondeo, Opel Insignia, Nissan Altima/Teana, Mazda 6, Honda Accord, Volkswagen Passat and other large cars.
There is a great variety of Toyota Camry engines. They are the straight four cylinder engines with displacement 1,8 L, 2.0 L, 2.4 L and 2.5-liter of many different modifications. The more expensive models are equipped with the engines V6 3.5-liter 2GR, 3.3-liter 3MZ, 3-liter 1MZ and 3VZ. For the elder models other types of engines were also used.
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List of Toyota Camry models:
2 Generation, V20 (1986 – 1991):
Toyota Camry (85 HP) – 1.8 L
Toyota Camry TD (84 HP) – 2.0 L
3 Generation, XV10 (1991 – 1996):
Toyota Camry (136 HP) – 2.2 L