Looking For An American-Made Car? Check out the 2012 Toyota Camry

You wouldn't necessarily think to go looking at a Japanese automaker's lineup if you were seeking out an American-made car. But, it turns out, that' exactly where you can find it. Toyota is, in fact, expected to offer consumers the most American-made car in the entire world, for the 2012 model year.

How do we know this? Well, because the federal government just released data on content per new auto. And, the 2012 Camry is proven to carry more American-made parts than any other car.

According to Toyota, themselves, the total percentage of U.S.-made parts in the new 2012 Camry totals 92 percent. That leaves a mere eight percent of parts made overseas.

You're right to wonder where the car itself is assembled. The federal data scrutinizes only individual parts comprising the whole. Smart Toyota of  Quad Cities is, however, happy to report the new four-cylinder and V6 Toyota Camry models are slated to be built in the U.S. The exception to the rule is the Camry Hybrid, which will be manufactured in Japan.

How does the 2012 Toyota Camry stack up in terms of features and benefits? Very well. To offer some insight, we've provided an at-a-glance overview below. However, if you're interested in learning more about the forthcoming 2012 Toyota Camry (or outgoing 2011 Toyota Camry in the mean time), please contact us today. Or, visit us in person at 4618 Brady Street in Davenport.

2012 Toyota Camry At a Glance

-    More sophisticated and spacious than ever before
-    Dynamic driving dynamics - thanks to three newly optimized powertrain choices, more rigid body and revamped front suspension
-    Enhanced performance and mileage
-    Advanced safety  - from a fortified body to 10 airbags (including new front-passenger knee airbags) to VSC
-    Quintessential connectivity - from Bluetooth to iPod
-    All-new Entune Multimedia System
-    Available standard-setting midsize hybrid model
-    Benchmark-setting quietness (within midsize sedan category)


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