2012 Toyota Camry
2012 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry was introduced in 1982 and has been in continuous production ever since. It is currently the best-selling car in North America, though worldwide sales are much lower than the best-selling Corolla. Auto transportation companies have plenty of experience shipping the Toyota Camry, so you shouldn’t run into any major miscommunications during the shipment. In this helpful auto transportation article we’ll discuss the Toyota Camry’s current models, their key features, as well as what you can expect when it comes to securing auto transportation for your own.

The 2012 Toyota Camry comes in six models, the L, LE, XLE, SE, Hybrid LE and Hybrid XLE. The L comes with ten airbags standard, a 60/40 split-fold rear seat, backseat center armrest and cup holders, and a covered center console with a sliding cover, an armrest and additional storage. The LE features much of what the L does as well as an available power moon-roof with one-touch open/close capabilities and jam protection, Display Audio with six speakers, multi-function in-key remote keyless entry with two-stage unlock features, a panic button, trunk opener and remote illuminated entry. The XLE comes with an available blind-spot monitor, dual-zone front automatic climate control with air filters and rear-seat vents, and a wood-grain-style interior trim with chrome interior door handles. The SE features projector-beam halogen headlamps with black bezels and an auto on/off feature, available 18-inch alloy wheels and available Display Audio with six speakers and Entune. The Hybrid LE comes with a Smart-Key system with push-button start, power windows with driver’s side up/down, jam protection in all positions with retained-power features and EV and ECO modes while driving. The Hybrid XLE features integrated fog lamps, available premium HDD navigation with Entune and JBL with ten speakers, and available Safety Connect features.

Despite the technological upgrades over the years, the Toyota Camry – at least in the auto transportation industry – really hasn’t changed a whole lot. It was switched to a wide-body style in the early ’90’s, but really it didn’t matter to transporters because it was still a basic sedan. Auto transportation companies use your pickup and delivery locations to determine your base auto transportation price while calculating your quote, and they will add extra money to heavier or larger vehicles such as huge vans or pickup trucks because they’re more expensive for auto transportation companies to ship. Your base auto transportation price is the price from point A to point B for a standard car – i.e. a sedan, which the Camry most certainly is. Your main concerns when it comes to your auto transportation quotes will be the from and to locations; typically, auto transport companies like to ship from one major metropolitan area to another, so if you’re shipping from the middle of nowhere or somewhere that’s off a main interstate you may end up having to pay a bit more to move your Camry. If you have questions or concerns about your auto transportation price, it’s always best to talk to an auto transport representative before settling on a price.

But regardless of what your budget is, or where you’re shipping from or to, American Auto Shipping is here to help. Simply fill out our free online auto transportation quote request form and you’ll receive up to ten free quotes from our reputable and reliable auto transportation affiliates. We clear all our affiliate companies for reliability ahead of time, which means we make sure they are all fully licensed, bonded and insured before we ever send them your information. You can also call our toll-free telephone number and speak to one of our own live auto transportation representatives if you have questions or concerns about your shipment, our website, or the transport industry in general. So go ahead, give us a quick call, or simply fill out our free quote form, and find out what American Auto Shipping can do for you and all your auto transportation needs.

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