2012 Toyota Camry Arriving Sooner Than Expected
Toyota has pushed forward the introduction date of its redesigned 2012 Toyota Camry by two weeks, according to USA Today. The car should be available at dealerships by mid-September. Originally, the family sedan was supposed to arrive in October.
Toyota said it moved the launch forward due to encouraging sales of the 2011 Camry. It was the top-selling car in August in the U.S. and is a best-seller year-to-date. Toyota dealerships don’t want to be awash with 2011 models as its successor arrives, says USA Today.
The 2012 Camry is already in production at the carmaker’s Georgetown, Ky., plant.
Toyota moves up on-sale date for 2012 Camry (USA Today)