Camry Body Kit
There are many Camry Body Kit for Toyota Camry 2019 and 2020 such as bodykit Tithum, Bodykit TRD Sportivo or Lexus LS500 bumper. However, there are more body kit models of world famous brand NKS – for Camry 2020 is quite beautiful and attractive.
Bodykit NKS includes 4 details: front bumper (with chrome rim), rear bumper, fake 2 pot and pavole (steps up and down) 2 sides. Very cleverly installed by glue, gaskets and catches underneath the car.
Overview Camry Body kit 2021
The Camry Body kit has gone from a fantastic family sedan to anonymous four-door and now back to its former glory. That’s right. The Toyota is once again a truly desirable option in a segment that’s slumping but still highly competitive.
If it weren’t for the 10Best dynasty that is the Honda Accord, the Camry would be even more desirable. Still, credit its diverse powertrain platter for its mass appeal. There’s a thrifty four-cylinder, an even more frugal hybrid option, and a strong V-6.
The best way to experience the latter is with the sport-tuned TRD model, which showcases the Toyota’s rediscovered fun factor. Those who simply prefer a stylish and comfy family sedan, with driver assists and popular features galore, will also adore the 2021 Camry body kit.
What’s New Toyota Camry Body kit 2021
Toyota only makes small changes to the 2021 Camry lineup. The base L model is now gone, making the LE the cheapest Camry. The sedan’s front end also gets revised styling and there’s new paint colors as well as wheel designs. Inside, there’s new tablet-like touchscreens that measure either 7.0 or 9.0 inches.
The sporty XSE model is now available with the hybrid powertrain, and the luxurious XLE gets new leather upholstery. Finally, every Camry receives enhanced driver assists, including technology that better recognizes bicyclists and pedestrians.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
We’d select the spiciest Camry of the bunch, which is the tuned-up TRD model. It’s only available with the 301-hp V-6 and eight-speed automatic. In addition to its racier body kit—complete with a discrete rear spoiler and a pair of prominent exhaust tips—the sedan sports a retuned suspension that’s 0.6 inches lower than on the regular models. Other performance-enhancing features include larger front brake rotors and black 18-inch rims that can be had with all-season or summer tires.
The upgrades make the Camry TRD more engaging to drive than the rest of the lineup, even if its cat-back exhaust system doesn’t sound as thrilling as its many aerodynamic add-on suggests. While Supersonic Red and a black-painted roof is the most flamboyant paint scheme among the four choices, we’d take ours in White Chill Pearl.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
The standard four-cylinder engine pairs with a silky eight-speed automatic, but its acceleration numbers are disappointing. A less powerful version of that engine works with a battery and two electric motors to power the Camry hybrid, which is no more exciting to drive than the base powertrain. The real gem of this lineup is the velvety 301-hp V-6 that’s available on the XLE and XSE models as well as the TRD variant.
We’re also happy to say that we no longer hate driving the Toyota Camry body kit. It has a controlled ride and surprisingly responsive handling. The steering is pleasantly weighted and feels substantial when cornering and light when maneuvering in parking lots. We found the Camry’s brake pedal responsive and not too soft, even in the hybrid, in which it must meld friction with regenerative braking (where the energy from braking is used to recharge the hybrid’s battery pack). At lower speeds, however, the hybrid’s brake pedal is hypersensitive, making parking maneuvers a bit of a herky-jerky affair.
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