2017 Toyota Camry available now at Lima dealership

Allan Nott Auto has stock of 2017 Toyota Camry models

LIMA, Ohio, Aug. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Car shoppers looking for a sleek sedan model that offers space and comfort for all passengers, as well as safety and technology behind the wheel, need to check out the 2017 Toyota Camry.  

The 2017 Toyota Camry is equipped with either a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine or a 3.5-liter V6 engine option. Both engine offerings have plenty of power and efficiency, with up to 30 highway MPG available in the Camry. The 2017 Camry also offers a hybrid option, with Hybrid Synergy Drive® balancing power and efficiency perfectly between the gas and electric motors.  

Inside the 2017 Camry, comfort features include an eight-way power-adjustable heated driver's seat, wood-grain-style accents throughout the cabin, steering wheel-mounted controls that keep the driver in control of audio and cruise controls and a JBL® GreenEdge™ audio system that includes ten speakers, a subwoofer and an amplifier. The 2017 Camry also features additional sound-absorbing measures meant to keep the cabin quiet, even at top highway speeds.  

The 2017 Camry has active and passive safety features implemented throughout to keep passengers safe. Blind Spot Monitor, Lane Departure Alert, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control and a Direct Tire Pressure Monitor System are all available on the Camry. The Camry has a standard back-up camera to help drivers see what's behind them in reverse situations.  

The 2017 Toyota Camry is available now at Allan Nott Auto. Drivers interested in getting behind the wheel can contact a member of the Allan Nott Auto sales team at 419-331-0381 or on the dealership's website. Allan Nott Auto is located at 3500 Elida Road in Lima.  

Media Contact: David Henderson, Allan Nott Auto, 719-331-0381, davidh@allannott.com

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SOURCE Allan Nott Auto



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