Toyota Camry Car InsuranceMarch 06, 2014
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Toyota Camry: Fun Facts
- The first Toyota Camry rolled off the assembly line in 1982
- 90% of all Toyota Camrys sold over the last 15 years are still on the road.—R. L. Polk & Co
- One of only 3 Generation-6 Sprint Cup cars currently competing in NASCAR
- Rated 4.2 out of 5 stars according to cars.com
Toyota Camry Safety Info
The 2016 Toyota Camry is a top safety pick plus from Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. To view safety information details on small and moderate overlap front test results, side impact test results, roof strength test results and rear crash protection/head restraint ratings please visit iihs.org.
Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota)
Founded in 1937 in Toyota, Aichi, Japan, Toyota Motor Corporation is a manufacturer of consumer automobiles, commercial vehicles, and engines. A leader in the automotive industry, the company was originally named “Toyoda” which translates to “fertile rice paddies”. The company is the manufacturer of popular cars such as the Camry and Corolla, as well as the manufacturer vehicles under the Scion and Lexus brands. Toyota Facts
- The Toyota Corolla is one of the best selling cars in the world, having sold over 30 million of these mid-size family cars.
- In addition to the Toyota brand, Toyota Motor Corporation also owns shares of Isuzu, Daihatsu, Subaru, and Fuji Heavy Industries – a commercial vehicle manufacturer.
- Toyota created the first mass-produced hybrid vehicle – the Prius
- The financial crisis of 2008 was Toyota’s first reported financial loss in 70 years.
Toyota is involved in numerous motorsports worldwide. Many Toyota fans as well as general racing fans will recognize the initials TRD, which stand for Toyota Racing Development. This branch of the company is responsible for developing high performance racing parts, the success of which has led to Toyota being accepted into the NASCAR racing establishment. Toyota cars racing in NASCAR are built on the Camry body style. A true supporter of motorsports, Toyota operates TDP, or the Toyota Young Drivers Program, in Japan. This program provides training for future racing talent.
Toyota Environmental Impact
In addition to being an innovator in the realm of alternative fuel vehicles and being largely responsible for the success of the budding hybrid car market worldwide, Toyota has one of the best environmental records in the industry. The company also created the Eco-VAS (Vehicle Assessment System) which assesses the entire lifecycle of the vehicles they produce including creating, manufacturing, and their eventual disposal.
Additionally, Toyota exceeded the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFÉ) and in the process out-performed all other manufacturers currently selling vehicles in the US, with the exception of Lotus Cars. The CAFÉ for Toyota in 2007 was an average of 26.6 MPG across their entire fleet.