Sometimes auto reviewers can be easily swayed in their decisions. Consumer Reports, however, does not fall under that category. The revered magazine provides an extremely objective view on the latest models and offers up candid criticism as well as praise. Taking that information into consideration Jaffarian Toyota feels a sense of pride in knowing that the critics bestowed a "recommended review" upon the 2012 Toyota Camry.
For the magazine's upcoming February 2012 issue, a non-profit group called Consumers Union tested the 2012 Camry and says, "The Camry has a nicer interior, more responsive handling, and better fuel economy than before."1
Now, we know that Camry has already won favor with American consumers. Those in the Haverhill area might even be familiar with the fact that it held status as the best-selling car in the U.S. for 13 of the past 14 years. But that doesn't mean we can't let you in on a few of the improved qualities both Jaffarian Toyota and Consumer Reports have discovered in the new Camry variant. For one, the model competes well against other gas-powered conventional sedans in the area of fuel efficiency. In addition, we've found the 2012 Camry to have bumped up its driving performance and grown in cabin space.
As we previously mentioned, any positive feedback from the objective Consumer Reports should not be taken lightly...let alone an entirely positive "recommended" review. If you'd prefer to put the Toyota Camry, or any other new Toyota model, through your own set of criteria and tests, contact Jaffarian Toyota or drop by 600 River St. Haverhill, MA 01832 for a test drive.