2012 Toyota Camry comes cheap and fee...

2012 Toyota Camry comes cheap and feels that way

There are 13 comments on the Medford Mail Tribune story from Dec 5, 2011, titled 2012 Toyota Camry comes cheap and feels that way. In it, Medford Mail Tribune reports that:

Attention bargain shoppers: Just in time for the holiday shopping season, here comes the 2012 Toyota Camry SE, a midsize sedan that offers an attractive list of features, but leaves no penny unpinched when it comes to look, feel and sound.

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trim needed !

Chicago, IL

#1 Dec 7, 2011
And what did you expect ?
Dodge For Life

Madison Heights, MI

#2 Dec 8, 2011
finally the truth comes out in the popular media: what we already all knew, Toyota is crap.
liner

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Dec 8, 2011
I guess the marketplace will decide that, right?
BAP

Dallas, TX

#4 Dec 8, 2011
They will always be better in sales in the u.s. number wise.
Camry Lover

Willow Springs, MO

#6 Dec 9, 2011
Toyota Camry Hybrid all the way. Averaging 44.1 MPG. American vehicles are crap. If you like lining the CEO's an Union pockets with your hard earned money keep buying American. When the American manufactures start building quality machines I may consider them again. Good riddins.
liner

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Dec 9, 2011
Camry Lover wrote:
Toyota Camry Hybrid all the way. Averaging 44.1 MPG. American vehicles are crap. If you like lining the CEO's an Union pockets with your hard earned money keep buying American. When the American manufactures start building quality machines I may consider them again. Good riddins.
I think there are quite a few American cars built today that are the equal of any. They just have to be more consistent about it.
trim needed !

Lebanon, IN

#8 Dec 9, 2011
Camry Lover wrote:
Toyota Camry Hybrid all the way. Averaging 44.1 MPG. American vehicles are crap. If you like lining the CEO's an Union pockets with your hard earned money keep buying American. When the American manufactures start building quality machines I may consider them again. Good riddins.
Camery crap car, buy american
truth

Brainerd, MN

#9 Dec 9, 2011
[QUOTE who="trim needed !"]<quoted text>
Camery crap car, buy american[/QUOTE]

Great advice. Too bad chrysler is foreign.
TruthbTold

Pittsburgh, PA

#10 Dec 9, 2011
truth wrote:
<quoted text>
Great advice. Too bad chrysler is foreign.
Except for GM and Ford the rest are all Foreign......and half their models are made of foreign parts,..like Ford in Mexico or GM in Canada.........
vote Ron Paul

Madison Heights, MI

#11 Dec 9, 2011
TruthbTold wrote:
<quoted text>
Except for GM and Ford the rest are all Foreign......and half their models are made of foreign parts,..like Ford in Mexico or GM in Canada.........
wrong.
Jeep rules.
Luck Would Have it

Louisville, KY

#12 Dec 15, 2011
The Toyota Camry is the most American built with American components of any car sold in North America. The American nameplates have more parts and non-U.S. assembly of thier vehicles than most of the "New Domestics". Just look into where most "American" cars are assembled now. And trucks too. The only full size trucks built in the USA are Ford, Nissan and Toyota. It's a shame, but true. The Unions are killing our automotive production.
trim needed !

Chicago, IL

#13 Dec 15, 2011
Luck Would Have it wrote:
The Toyota Camry is the most American built with American components of any car sold in North America. The American nameplates have more parts and non-U.S. assembly of thier vehicles than most of the "New Domestics". Just look into where most "American" cars are assembled now. And trucks too. The only full size trucks built in the USA are Ford, Nissan and Toyota. It's a shame, but true. The Unions are killing our automotive production.
Good thing your post doesnt mean sh•t
liner

Brooklyn, NY

#15 Dec 16, 2011
Hal wrote:
<quoted text> Idiot! LMAO! How come the Toy shut down production when they had the earthquake if it was made in America? Didn't bother the Big three. The old saying is true about an idiot born every minute. Thanks for the laugh idiot.
Yea, he was a bit over the top, but Toy had to shut down for lack of critical parts, just as a few American manufacturers did. Also, are you aware that Chevy recently had to shut Cruze production due to "unspecified" parts shortages? Outsourcing is affecting everyone.

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