Asia Bizz: Japanese based auto company Toyota has added another feather to it’s cap. The Toypota Camry, from the sedan segment, has won a ‘recommended’ status from the Consumer Reports Magazine. The revamped Camry is already the best selling sedan in the US and has got the status from the magazine which was earlier critical to some of the Japanese automakers models.
The 2012 Camry from Toyota went on sale in the global market in the month of October 2011 and has been evaluated for the February 2012 issue of the magazine which is published by the Yonkers – a New York based Consumer Union.
The review of the sedan stated that the Camry has good interiors with more responsive handling and better fuel economy than before. Historically too, Toyota has scored well in Consumer Reports Review despite the fact when the magazine said that it will scrutinize the brand more closely back in the year 2007, due to the problems found in the Tundra pickup.
In the month of August, the magazine declined to recommend Honda Motor Co’s 2012 Civic, which was a car that was earlier favored. Since then, Honda has said that it is considering revisions to the Civic without elaborating. The Camry has been the best selling car in the US for the past 13 years.