How can automakers tell when they've made a truly exception vehicle? When they've earned "recommended" status from the seasoned critics at Consumers Reports. The third party review magazine has earned the respect of millions of car buyers and fellow critics alike around the world for their no-nonsense approach to the review process. The company accepts no advertising money from any company whose products they review, and they anonymously buy each vehicle they test so that they're not identified and given special treatment.
It goes without saying that this can make some automakers nervous. After all, the company blasted the Big H's Civic in August, and they've been critical of other otherwise renowned automakers too. That's why we here at Rockingham Toyota are so pleased to announce that the agency recently gave its coveted "recommended" title to the all-new 2012 Toyota Camry.
The Camry received a big redesign this year, so the critics at Consumer Reports made sure to pay extra-close attention to every aspect of the mid-size sedan. Upon doing so, the reviewers made note that the vehicle's estimated 27 combined mpg rating is among the highest in its class. They also praised the vehicles interior, responsive handling, and sleek exterior design. In fact, we'd go as far as to say that they were hard pressed to find something they didn't like about the 2012 Camry.
Of course, in the end we know that there's really only one opinion that matters: Yours. That's why Rockingham Toyota invites you to take the 2012 Toyota Camry for a test drive at 354 Main Street Salem, New Hampshire 03079 today.