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    Toyota CAMRY TRD

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    Had one pass me on the way to work last week. I am like, WTH is that? Then i saw the name plate on the back. A real looker. Reviews seem to be positive.
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    Re: Toyota CAMRY TRD

    With a quick look it looks like a regular Camry SE. The Avalon TRD looks good too in Red.

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    Re: Toyota CAMRY TRD

    I agree they both look nice

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    Re: Toyota CAMRY TRD

    I`ve had to take a double take or two when I`ve seen one...they look good!
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    Re: Toyota CAMRY TRD

    I`ve heard good things about them too. I`m not a fan of the black wheels, but the rest looks good.

    Toyota seems to be making an effort to become interesting again and I applaud them for it.
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    Re: Toyota CAMRY TRD

    Nice looking car. But until they ditch FWD with it`s inherent torque steer, the Camry will never be a true performance car no matter how they package it.

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    Re: Toyota CAMRY TRD

    I do not think that the AWD option introduced in the 2020 model line-up is available with the TDR trim level because it has the bigger 3.5 V6 engine. Too bad.
    I think this AWD option is Toyota`s answer to the Nissan Altima`s AWD option that was introduced in the 2019 model year.
    The 2020 Subaru Legacy has a new turbocharged 2.4 L boxer engine option, which will appeal to those who live in high-altitude areas and NEED AWD.
    The AWD sedan buyer has options to choose from these days.
    Now, can the AWD-buyer market convince Honda it needs to have an Accord AWD Type-R with a "performance" Turbo 4?? Would be nice to see one of these rocket its way up Pikes Peak Hill Climb for some Public-Relations advertising or as a pace-car for an INDY-series open wheel race.

    I agree: sticking a TDR "badge" and some spoilers and bigger tires do not necessarily mean "performance". It does when I see an "M" on a BMW sedan, or an "S" on a Audi sedan, or "AMG" on a Mercedes-Benz sedan. Even Chevy has the "SS" badge and Ford the "SVO"/"SHO"/ "SVT" badge and Dodge the "SRT" badge. Performance associated with a badge identity is engineered and built into a vehicle and a well-earned reputation from those who own (or lease) and drive such vehicles.
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