New 2012 Toyota Camry is Safer and More Affordable
With its eye on the prize - a 5-Star crash-test rating from the NHTSA - Toyota has engineered its 2012 Camry collection with a total of 10 airbags - even the base model. Why?Because, they believe safety is a right, regardless of class.
Among the 10 airbags in the 2012 Toyota Camry, are two, new additions. These include front-passenger knee airbags and class-championing rear outboard seat-mounted torso-protecting airbags. The later has even been specially designed so that it does not have to be deactivated for child seats, as it often does in luxury models. Most luxury models also charge extra for these special airbags. Remember in the 2012 Toyota Camry, they're standard.
How else has Toyota fortified the safety of the Camry?Let us count the ways:1. Toyota has enhanced the sedan's resistance to front-impact crashes by making the floor stronger and reinforcing the pillars and doors.
2. Toyota has strengthened the sides via overlapping box-and-gusset structures
3. Toyota has integrated more resilient high-strength steel in the roof of the new Camry
4. Toyota has made three critical safety technologies standard throughout their Camry range: Electronic stability control, 4-wheel disc brakes with Brake Assist, Blind Spot Monitor Technology and SmartStop
The 2012 Camry actually represents the first time Toyota has ever offered drivers Blind Spot Monitor Technology. Trust us. Once you've experienced the 360-degree uncompromised perspective, you'll never want to go back.
How much is all of this going to cost? Not as much as you'd think. Probably less. With exception to the base trim, which will have the same starting MSRP as last year, all other new Camry variants carry a significantly lower price tag compared to the outgoing 2011 models.
If you'd like to learn more about the imminent 2012 Toyota Camry, remember you can contact us online. Or, swing by and visit Tansky Toyota at 6300 Sawmill Rd Dublin, Ohio. We're always happy to talk specs, compare models and arrange test drives.