History of the Camry
When the Toyota Camry hit the market in 1983, it was designed to replace the old Corona, a sedan with rear-wheel drive. Over the years, the Camry has come a long way from its initial utilitarian design. The rear-wheel drivetrain was replaced with front-wheel drive just a few years after it was launched. Right from the beginning, the Camry stood out against its competition with a 102.4-inch wheelbase that was almost 6 inches more than other similar vehicles and gave rear-seat passengers excellent legroom. The Camry even had more horsepower than its competitors thanks to its 92-horsepower 2-liter 4-cylinder. Initially, you could enjoy the Camry with one of two trim levels and as either a sedan or hatchback.
Why Pick Warrenton Toyota?
At Warrenton Toyota, we want you to drive off the lot with the perfect vehicle for your needs, whether that is a used Camry in the base configuration or the newest model with every available feature. Our extensive selection of new, used, and even certified pre-owned Camrys gives you dozens of chances to find the midsize sedan of your dreams. Visit Warrenton Toyota
in Warrenton, Virginia, today to experience the Camry.
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