The 2018 Toyota Camry is backed by high ratings in areas such as roof strength, front crash prevention, and headlight reliability. These ratings cement Camry’s status as a Top Safety Pick+ from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). With top recognition from the IIHS for six years in a row, it’s no surprise the Toyota Camry is looking to impress once again in 2018. Here are a few safety features that make the Camry a national best-seller and five-star safety machine.
Air Bag Protection
Toyota has equipped the 2018 Camry with a set of side-curtain airbags that provide plenty of head coverage against blunt force. This protection is bolstered by front and rear head-curtain airbags and rear seat-mounted torso airbags. Add in a knee airbag for front passengers, and you have a midsize sedan that offers full-body cushioning during high-impact collisions.
The Toyota Sienna is a minivan, and the 2018 model is top-ranked for its towing capacity, cargo volume, and versatility. These features and others are musts for a variety of commutes and trips. You’ll find that they come in handy for short errands around town as well as long journeys with the entire family.
Individual passengers love the spaciousness of the Sienna, but even with eight people along for the ride, you’ll have lots of cargo room to work with. There are 39.1 cubic feet of space in the back and 150 cubic feet behind the front seats. You can also add a variety of accessories to accommodate things like grocery runs, outdoor excursions, and hauling equipment for work or fun. Look into an available cargo net, cargo organizer, roof rail crossbars, cargo liner, and all-weather floor liners to build a Sienna that’s suited to your lifestyle.
The Toyota Tacoma is a reliable pickup truck with hardy character. It offers six models covering the base SR, the capable TRD Off-Road, and the impressive range-topping TRD Pro. Sitting in the midrange spot is the TRD Sport. Here’s what makes the 2018 TRD Sport a good choice if you’re looking for a well-rounded midsize pickup truck with a dash of off-roading skills.
European automakers have dominated the American luxury automotive scene for decades. While some American and Asian companies have begun to carve their niche, these cars are often expensive, and in some sense, consumers feel like they’re paying for a brand name rather than quality. The 2018 Toyota Avalon looks to break the mold. With loads of sumptuous features, impressive exterior style, and performance to match, the Avalon is more car for the money.
With its recent debut at the New York Auto Show, the 2019 Corolla Hatchback is making a stir. Here’s what we know about this model so far and some of its standout features.