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Toyota Formally Introduces the 2018 Toyota Camry with a Unique Marketing Campaign

As one of the most consistent midsize sedans in the greater Philadelphia area, the Toyota Camry isn't in an urgent need of a complete redesign. Nevertheless, the Toyota brand is planning to formally introduce its latest generation of the Camry - complete with a much more improved take on performance, handling, and efficiency. Its new look is bold enough to warrant a unique marketing campaign to bring interested customers from across print, broadcast, and digital media to explore our inventory at Sloane Toyota of Philadelphia.

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Make the Trip from Langhorne to See Our Latest Toyota Models

While the trip into a city as big as Philadelphia can add some time to your commute, drivers from Langhorne don't have to fret about having to commit to a long drive for their next Toyota model. Our staff members at Sloane Toyota of Philadelphia have built a reputation for serving our local customers, both in the city and across the region, and we're dedicated to helping those to the northeast to find a model with the perfect balance for their needs - regardless if that's possible with a Toyota Tacoma or Toyota Camry.

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2016 Avalon Hybrid and Camry Hybrid Vehicles Subject to Safety Recall

Are you the owner of a 2016 Avalon Hybrid or 2016 Camry Hybrid? If so, you might want to stop into our Philadelphia, PA showroom for a visit with our service team - thanks to a recent safety recall from the Toyota brand. A total of 671 vehicles are being recalled by the automaker, of which up to 42 are considered equipped with a misassembled front drive shaft. As a result, these effected vehicles run the greater risk of crashes or injury - making them a top priority for our expert mechanics.

 

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Why you'll notice the 2018 Toyota Camry

The radically redesigned 2018 Toyota Camry is still all everyone's talking about. When you take a household name like the Camry and redefine it, associating it with rare sportiness and sophistication for its segment.

 

Its newfound athleticism is genuine; the 2018 Camry is redesigned from the ground up. But it's also in its style, too. The new Camry is lower, wider, and lower than its predecessor for a sleeker, more menacing appearance. You'll notice the new Camry in Philadelphia because it boasts a bolder, better proportioned design that's sure to catch the eye.

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Sophisticated new suspension propels the 2018 Toyota Camry into limelight

Think midsize sedans can't be fun? The 2018 Toyota Camry and its newfound sportiness just might change your mind.

 

Not only does the Camry boast sportier driving dynamics, it looks the part with a longer, lower, and wider body design. Toyota maximizes the aerodynamic efficiency of the upcoming Camry with structural and powertrain tweaks. You can thank enhanced aerodynamics includes full underfloor covers, aero stabilizing fins, and advanced engine technologies for this, not to mention a completely redesigned suspension system with a revised Macpherson strut setup.

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Get to know the superior safety of the 2017 Toyota Corolla

As if you needed another reason to check out the 2017 Toyota Corolla in Philadelphia.

 

With 12 Toyota and Lexus vehicles receiving the highest accolade, the TOP SAFETY PICK+ award, from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), Toyota boasts the most of any manufacturer -- and the Corolla is partly to thank for that. It's one of the TOP SAFETY PICK+ Toyota vehicles for 2017, due in large part to its standard Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P) driver assist technologies. TSS-P equips every RAV4 with such advanced safety systems as adaptive cruise control, auto high beams, and forward

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Production starts for American-made 2018 Toyota Camry

 

"American-made" is all the rage these days, and Toyota is proud to do its part to keep jobs in the states.

 

Did you know that the 2018 Toyota Camry is assembled in Kentucky? Today marks the production launch of the upcoming 2018 Camry at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc., and team members are proud to be the first to produce a vehicle in North America with Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA). TNGA increases fuel efficiency, improves handling response, and makes for a more stable and confident ride. We're eager to see how to improves the best-selling sedan in America…

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Start a new chapter with the Toyota C-HR

Even if you're familiar with subcompact crossovers, you need to experience the premier Toyota C-HR in Philadelphia for yourself. The C-HR is an ideal blend of the classic and the contemporary, blending Toyota reliability, safety, and value into a strikingly on-trend package. This is a wholly modern Toyota that looks to catch the eye of urban adventures here in Philadelphia -- and it's easy to see why it's worth a look.

 

Toyota introduces the C-HR with a new ad campaign that showcases its unusually interesting design. Just like the vehicle itself, you'll feel familiar with some of…

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Why the 2017 Toyota Highlander deserves your family's undivided attention

There were already a laundry list of reasons to seriously consider Toyota's three-row crossover SUV as your next family vehicle. But Toyota managed to add a few additional selling points for the latest model year. The 2017 Toyota Highlander introduces many new features and functionalities for this top-selling model, including a new V6 engine that delivers more potent power with improved fuel efficiency.

 

Six trims worth of features makes for a lengthy catalog of amenities. Most notably for the 2017 model year, the Highlander introduces Toyota Safety Sense® driver assist

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How Toyota flavors the 2018 Camry with new ingredients

There's a new recipe for the Toyota Camry -- but it still uses the most important ingredients that have made it the best-selling sedan in America.

 

The 2018 Toyota Camry looks to diversify its lineup by making its model more distinct inside and out. The 2018 model year will usher in a new design language for the L- and S-badged Camry variants. Sure, you can feel the difference between the comfort-tuned LE and XLE versus the performance-oriented SE and XSE. But Toyota wants you to be able to see the difference, too -- from a mile away.

 

These variants receive new…

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