Fuel economy has always been one of the biggest aspects in which automakers compete and the Toyota Camry 2018 offers top of the line that certainly adds to its already strong appeal. The Toyota Camry already holds one of the top seats in the North American auto market and it looks like the automaker intends to keep it that way by improving the range of the new model Camry.
2018 Toyota Camry: Aiming For Top Fuel Economy Spot
According to report, the outgoing Toyota Camry is at the bottom of the ladder in terms of fuel economy in its segment with its best range of 42/38/40 miles per gallon in the city, on the highway and combined respectively. Honda's Accord currently holds the number one spot in fuel economy of non-plug-in hybrid with a range of 49/47/48 miles per gallon in the city, highway and combined.
Apparently, Toyota is aiming for Honda's spot as its 2018 Camry will make use of two new battery packs that will earn it the best-in-class fuel economy as reported. The upcoming fuel efficiency numbers of the 2018 Toyota Camry however, has not yet been revealed but if it is aiming for top spot, it would probably offer more than 50 miles per gallon when it arrives.
2018 Toyota Camry: Engine Options
According to report, the 2018 Toyota Camry will be equipped with a 2.5-liter Dynamic Force inline-4 engine that has improved variable cooling system, variable valve timing, multi-hole direct injectors and higher compression ratio. Accordingly, this will give the 2018 Toyota Camry higher torque and horsepower and better fuel efficiency. A 3.5-liter V6 will also be available for the 2018 Toyota Camry but details regarding the engines' capabilities have not yet been revealed.
2018 Toyota Camry: Expected Arrival
Reports state that the 2018 Toyota Camry will be launched sometime this year but no exact date has been specified. As far as the price is concerned, consumers can expect a little bump compared to the previous model as reported. Whether it will really be able to bring the top of the line fuel efficiency it has promised, that remains to be seen when the 2018 Toyota Camry enters the market.