2018 Toyota Camry: Was The V6 A Mistake?

Toyota’s upcoming Camry will be equipped with an array of impressive features and specs and it is slated to make its official debut in Q3 2017.

This 2018 Camry is reported to be riding on the same modular architecture that is used by the latest Prius and will be used in the upcoming RAV 4, as well.

Under the hood, the model will be fitted with a 2.5L inline-four mill in the entry-level model whereas the top range model will be coming with a 3.5L V6 mill, churning out over 300hp. These engines will be paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The love of Camry has been growing among US buyers lately; sales have peaked to about 430k units per year from 2011 to 2015. Many folks are expecting this figure to escalate with the arrival of the latest Camry.

However, do you think the Camry arriving with a V6 mill instead of a CVT would jeopardize its appeal?