Toyota Camry Transports Tennessee Families In Style
The quality is undisputable. The reliability is legendary. The Toyota Camry has long been a favorite among families in the Nashville, Brentwood, and Franklin, TN areas. In fact, it’s been a favorite among the whole United States for almost two decades. It’s easy to see why when you factor in all the value that this mid-sized car brings to the table. It’s the perfect vehicle for families on the go delivering a unique blend of comfort, style and fuel efficiency.
If you’re ready to join the millions of Americans who drive this perennially best-selling mid-sized car, then now’s the time to take a test drive at Nashville Toyota North. Just take your pick from our big selection of new Camry models online. Then contact us, and we will get the specific Camry you want ready for a test drive at our Toyota dealership. We’re conveniently located at 2400 Gallatin Pike North Nashville, TN 37115.
Learn About the 2019 Toyota Camry
The 2019 Camry is offered in five distinct trim levels: L, LE, SE, XSE, and XLE. The base L trim receives automatic LED headlights, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, 16-inch steel wheels, Bluetooth®*, cloth upholstery, a rearview camera, a Wi-Fi hotspot, a USB port, a 7-inch touchscreen interface, a six-speaker sound system, Amazon Alexa connectivity, and Apple CarPlay. The LE gains 17-inch alloy wheels, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, a 60/40-split folding back seat, and a car alarm. The SE trim adds 18-inch wheels, revised steering calibration, a sport-tuned suspension, and paddle shifters. The XLE and XSE trims provide the following features: leather upholstery, wireless smartphone charging, keyless ignition, larger wheels, a head-up display, blind-spot monitoring, extra USB ports, dual-zone automatic climate control, and more.
The Past and History of the Toyota Camry
The Toyota Camry was initially launched into the American market in 1983. The first generation Camry was offered in hatchback and sedan configurations. The earliest iteration of the Camry would technically be classified as a compact vehicle in today’s market, as the Japanese automaker was focused on producing smaller, more fuel efficient vehicles following the gas crisis of the 1970’s.
The Camry would remain in a more compact-like size until 1992 when Toyota released a redesigned and much larger Camry. The automaker also released a coupe version of the Camry during this time period, but discontinued this model in 1996.
1997 marked an important milestone in Camry history. It was this year that the Camry became the best-selling car in America. Toyota followed with an all-new, redesigned Camry model in 2002, and this also marked the beginning of a long string of consecutive years where Camry remained as the best-selling car in America.
Toyota released a totally new look to the Camry in 2007 moving away from the previous round-ish body style to a more angular form featuring distinctive lines and curves. The Camry continues its best-selling tradition into the present day and shows no signs of slowing down in sales momentum.
Why Choose Nashville Toyota North?
Our Toyota dealership has a great selection of new Camry models on sale for a limited time. Nashville Toyota North can put you into a new Camry for a low monthly purchase or lease payment if you act now! Shop our entire selection of new Toyotas online and take your pick from Camry, Corolla, RAV4, Highlander, Tacoma and more.
We’re also one of the area’s premier sources for certified pre-owned Toyotas and used cars. We offer low finance rates on all our vehicles and be sure to check out our monthly service specials, as well. Our Toyota service center performs maintenance on all make and model vehicles – not just Toyotas.
Consider us your one-stop shop when it comes to everything related to automotive sales and service. You’ll find that all of our associates are friendly and knowledgeable. We want to make sure that your experience at Nashville Toyota North is a pleasurable one and you keep coming back time after time.
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