As you know last year I was in a terrible accident that made me look at vehicles differently. Although I ended up purchasing another SUV as my replacement vehicle , my husband and I have been discussing adding a car to our household. I recently had the chance to review the 2012 Toyota Camry SE for a weekend and it couldn’t have come at a better time. I completely fell in love with this car , it’s smoothness and how safe I felt in it. Safety for me is huge and despite what some may think I can assure you I felt completely secure. Considering I barely have wanted to drive the last year, it’s amazing that I was flying around the road in the Camry in no time.
I also know that cars are the hot commodity in military life. Seems like everyone is always upgrading or buying a new car whether it’s just because you want to or the new arrival of a baby has you upgrading for more space. I thought it would be fun to partake in some car reviews for those of you who are considering a Toyota purchase down the line.
Quick Facts Of What I Enjoyed About The Camry Se
* The outside exterior body reminded me of a sporty luxury car but without the price tag.
* The acceleration (especially when getting on the highway) was amazing. It really moves and takes no time for it to reach the perfect speed for merging.
*I am really loving the camera for when you back up. My driveway is on a huge hill so seeing behind can be a bit difficult. The back up camera is the perfect solution for this problem.
*The amount of space in the car as well as the trunk was simply amazing for a car. I loved that even in my seat belt I wasn’t so confined that I couldn’t see what my kids were doing in the back. I found the backseat to be airy and have plenty of room.
* We also enjoyed the sun roof at night when we took an evening ride.
I felt so free in this car …check out this outside clip of me pulling off in it:
Here is me and the hubby sharing many of the features of the Toyota Camera SE as we took a drive together in it:
All in all I can’t say their were any cons . I can only go by what I know about cars and the main feature I look for is how comfortable I feel when I am driving it. I would say the biggest issue I had was starting the car. I assumed that since it had a simple button that when you pushed it the car would automatically start. Little did I know you had to put your foot on the break but once I figured that out it was smooth sailing from there.
Learn more about the Toyota Camry SE here.
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Disclosure: I was selected for participation in the TWIN community through a program with Clever Girls Collective. Toyota sent me this car to check it for an honest review.I did not receive any compensation for writing this post, or payment in exchange for participating. The opinions expressed herein are mine, and do not reflect the views of the Toyota.
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