Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Toyota Corolla 2012

Toyota Corolla 2012 Review:

Toyota Corolla is amongst the world’s most famous cars. People like it. They seem delighted when they drive it and feel blessed to own it. The 2012 Toyota Corolla is now what everybody’s talking about. Shhh! Shhh! Stop discussing about it and just “Read” because we have everything that you want to know about this all new Toyota Corolla.

Toyota Corolla 2012 Exterior And Interior:

It is a four-door sedan that can easily accommodate 5 passengers. It is the most awaited Corolla edition. The 2012 Toyota Corolla has a charming design. The 2012 edition is the tenth generation of Corolla family and i think that’s going to be the most exclusive generation of all times. The Corolla 2012 has been slightly embellished in its outlook and differs very precisely from the models produced in 2011. Very few changes have been made to the car but they are quiet noticeable. The basic shape and size of the car remains the same. The car has magnificent front Headlights which through powerful lights and make everything visible even if it’s dead dark. There fog lights at the bottom of the front end. The rear has sporty spoilers. There is a rear bumper protection given for the safety of the rear bumper. The top surface of the rear bumper is preserved from any kind of scrapes and scratches through durable black PVC

rear bumper protector. A top coating is there to protect against the ultraviolet rays. The rear bumper protector is lifted which provides a custom look. The most worth mentioning thing in 2012 Toyota Corolla are the classic lines launched by the company which give the car a slim and classic design.
The interior of the car is just mind blowing. You feel completely peaceful when you enter this car. The cabin has a flowy finish. It is spacious and just flawless. The shine over the cabin is very pleasing. The seats are very comfortable with imported leather covering to provide your body a soothing experience. The rear seats are also comfortable enough. The carpet floor mats are constructed of high-grade plush nylon carpet. They are color-coordinated to your vehicle’s interior and include an embroidered Corolla logo and believe me after looking at them you won’t forgive yourself for putting your dusty shoes on them. The cargo area has got enough space to keep your things. You can keep your cargo area organized with the help of the cargo net, which is available in the cargo area of this car. It is designed to hold a variety of everyday items–from groceries to other stuff so that there’s no shifting of things.

Toyota Corolla 2012 Performance : 
The 2012 Toyota Corolla has three trims i.e.:
  1. Corolla Base
  2. Corolla LE
  3. Corolla S
This new Corolla offers 1.8 liter engine with two types of transmissions that are 5-speed manual transmission and 4-speed automatic transmission. It pumps 132 horsepower at 6000 rpm, which i guess is more than enough for you if you need to reach somewhere in a hustle and especially want to reach on time. It is integrated with the front wheel drive system. This car can take the passengers on a smooth and swift drive without having to lose or compromise its fuel efficiency for the reason of getting a better mileage. It is said that this car will get itself entitled as a “fuel-efficient car” although according to certain reports its position is still behind other competitors in its class such as 2012 Honda Civic, 2012 Ford Focus and 2012 Hyundai Elantra.

Toyota Corolla 2012 Safety:

It has a Star Safety System embedded in this car which includes a lot of safety features which are listed below:
  1. The Enhanced Vehicle Stability Control
  2. Traction Control
  3. Anti-lock Brake System
  4. Electronic Brake-force Distribution
  5. Brake Assist
  6. Smart Stop Technology
It has a lot of other safety features too. This car has rear locks for the protection of your kids. There are seat belts for all seats to keep you unharmed in case of any jerk or accident. It has Tire Pressure Monitoring System which checks if there is less pressure in any of the tires.


Toyota Corolla 2012 is surely the most awaited Corolla version. The Toyota Corolla is packed up with all the desirable features which would make anybody wish to buy this car at once. It is surely a car for all. It’s comfortable, stylish and efficient. Don’t let it go…Buy it and keep it for long.

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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

2012 Toyota Camry

SE V6 shown in Attitude Black Metallic with available power tilt/slide moonroof and Leather Package

What's New for 2012

The 2012 Toyota Camry is fully redesigned.


Can the most popular family sedan in America afford to take a risk? Not likely. The 2012 Toyota Camry doesn't aim to find out, either. Sure, the seventh generation of Toyota's bread-and-butter sedan shows a sharper look, including a more aggressive front grille and side profile. Tougher, more angular lines ring the exterior. There's even lip service paid to sporty handling, an effort to woo buyers who've already written off Toyota as the New Old Buick.

No, the new Camry isn't too different from the last one. And that's not a bad thing. For one thing, the 2012 Toyota Camry offers improved versions of last year's engines: a respectably powerful 2.5-liter four-cylinder and a 268-horsepower 3.5-liter V6. Both engines also join a six-speed automatic transmission to deliver better fuel economy. The four-cylinder returns an EPA-estimated 35 highway mpg, while the V6 -- with nearly 100 more horses -- achieves 30 mpg on the highway. There's also a Camry Hybrid, covered in a separate review.

Suspension improvements have been made to enliven the Camry's handling dynamics. There are even paddle shifters on the SE model, offering manual control of the automatic transmission and rev-matched downshifts. That's not to say the 2012 Camry is really sporty, but it does infuse slightly more enthusiasm into a rock-solid legacy of cushy, comfortable ride quality.

Given that the midsize sedan segment has changed considerably, with cars like the Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata and Volkswagen Passat garnering some of our top recommendations, the Camry is no longer a no-brainer. Redesigned Honda Accord and Nissan Altima models are also due next year. But the 2012 Toyota Camry still has plenty going for it and is infused with all the qualities that have benchmarked the class for so long. It may fit you perfectly.

Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options

The 2012 Toyota Camry is offered in L, LE, SE and XLE trim levels. The L features 16-inch steel wheels, power-folding mirrors, air-conditioning, full power accessories, cruise control, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, Bluetooth and a six-speaker CD sound system with auxiliary input and USB jacks.

The Camry LE adds auto headlamps, remote keyless entry, steering-wheel-mounted audio and Bluetooth controls and the six-speaker Display Audio system featuring a 6.1-inch touchscreen.

The SE includes a sport-tuned suspension, 17-inch alloy wheels, foglamps, heated exterior mirrors, unique interior and exterior styling treatment, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter, sport seats and the Display Audio system. SE V6 models get the upgraded Display Audio system that adds navigation, HD radio, satellite radio, voice recognition and Entune smartphone and Web integration.

The luxurious XLE reverts to the LE's softer suspension settings, and adds heated exterior mirrors, foglamps, a sunroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, an eight-way power driver seat, a four-way power passenger seat and the Display Audio system with navigation and Entune. XLE V6 models get a rearview camera, auto-dimming rearview mirror, leather upholstery and heated driver and front passenger seats. A premium 10-speaker JBL audio system integrated with a 7-inch touchscreen hard-drive-based navigation system is also optional on XLE V6 models.

Powertrains and Performance

The 2012 Toyota Camry is offered with a choice of two engines. Base Camrys are powered by a respectably powerful 2.5-liter four-cylinder that produces 178 hp and 170 pound-feet of torque. Upgrading gets you a silky smooth 3.5-liter V6 generating 268 hp and 248 lb-ft of torque. Both engines drive the front wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission. The four-cylinder returns an EPA-estimated 25 city/35 highway/28 combined mpg, while the V6 -- with nearly 100 more hp -- achieves 21/30/25.


The 2012 Toyota Camry comes with a battery of standard safety features, including antilock brakes with brake assist, stability control, front- and rear-seat side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags, and knee airbags for both driver and passenger, the latter new for 2012. A blind-spot monitoring system is also available.
Interior Design and Special Features

Inside, the Camry's cabin feels slightly roomier. Thinner front pillars increase visibility and narrower door panels open up elbow room. Door panel controls also move higher, allowing knees to breathe better. Among other amenities, top Camry trim levels get an eight-way power driver seat, while all Camry models now offer a 60/40-split fold-down rear seat. But the most notable improvement has been in interior materials. The previous wave of hard plastic is replaced with complementary dash textures, handsome trim and subtle, decorative stitching.

The Camry's new upgraded audio system also includes Entune, a suite of smartphone-connected services that include features like the Bing search engine, Pandora streaming radio, real-time traffic, sports and stock information, and the ability to reserve movie tickets or a table at a restaurant on the go (Entune is optional with the Display Audio package).

Driving Impressions

In terms of power, both four-cylinder and V6 engines are pretty similar to last year's model. The Camry's new electric steering (once limited to the hybrid) feels pretty decent in the V6 versions. But four-cylinder versions, which use electric steering from a different supplier, feel vague and somewhat lifeless. On the bright side, this new Camry feels more planted to the road and less disturbed by bumps, the result of refined rear suspension tuning. The SE in particular, with its larger tires and sport-tuned suspension, feels more athletic than before.

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