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A New Look and Attitude for the 2018 Toyota Camry

Maybe you have been driving a Toyota Camry that you bought at Jerry’s Toyota in in Baltimore for years, but don’t really know that you want more of the same when replacing it.  Well, the great news is in and the 2018 Toyota Camry was completely redesigned for this model year and pretty much left the dated 2017 model in the dust. Let’s find out what is so exciting about this sedan with a sporting soul.

Angular and Aggressive Styling

First off, Toyota engineers threw out the playbook when sculpting its new exterior.  The hungry grille is full of bold angles and with the available black mesh grille and side intakes, it looks like it is ready to eat up the pavement. A little wider and longer than its predecessor, it not only looks great but provides better stability when working through the turns.  Of course, LED head and taillamps add to its sleek appearance. Add a pair of 20-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels for a head-turning finish.

More Muscle Under the Hood

Yes, the Camry has always had a 2.5L 4-cylinder providing the power, but the standard engine returned to the workshop for a major overhaul.  Now its turbocharged design pumps out 205 horsepower, providing the extra acceleration you always wanted. Are you wondering about fuel mileage? Enjoy up to an EPA-estimate 39 mpg highway in the L. If you are hunting for some real excitement there is always the 3.5L V6 powerplant found in the XLE and XSE ready to rumble with the best at 301 horsepower.  

Tons of Advanced Safety Features

Now you know it looks great and has the muscle to back up its reputation, but it wouldn’t be a Toyota without an impressive array of safety features.  Every Camry on Jerry’s Toyota lot comes loaded with Toyota Safety Sense P which includes radar cruise control able to maintain a safe distance between cars for you on the highway. Adaptive headlamps automatically switch to low beams when oncoming traffic is detected and autonomous emergency braking helps to stop the car when the unexpected occurs in front of the vehicle.

A Cockpit Designed for You

Finally, the interior definitely doesn’t look or feel like your dad’s Toyota.  The 2018 Toyota Camry is packed with upgrades including SofTex upholstery that looks and feels more like leather while heated front seats chase away morning chill. The infotainment system boasts a 7-inch color touchscreen with all the apps and navigation assistance you need.

Are you itching to learn more about the fully updated 2018 Toyota Camry? Come check one out when you visit Jerry’s Toyota in Baltimore today.

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