Should I Buy A V6 Or 4 Cylinder Toyota Camry?



The 2014 Toyota Camry has been released in the US market and a number of people are getting attracted to it. If you’ve ever thought about getting one, it is important that you take a look at its different trim level offerings. In doing so, you can pick out the model that best suits your interests and needs. In the process, you don’t waste your money in buying a car model that won’t be best for your necessities.

As a generalization, many are pleased with how the 2014 Toyota Camry drives. Its features equip it with a steady handling, quick transmission, and a hushed engine. Because of this, it is a clear choice among its competition that aren’t able to offer a smooth and quiet ride.

With very little separating the 4-cylinder and V6 engine, many are wondering which engine option is a better choice. If fuel efficiency is an important factor for you, you will be pleased to know that the four-cylinder Camry has been rated at 25/35 mpg city/highway while the V6 comes with 21/31 mpg city/highway*; a number that doesn’t fall too far off from one another. Additionally, there are some features on the V6 engine that are unavailable on the 4-cylinder. Make sure you get to know what these features are so you are able to pick the engine and trim that best suits you.

Whichever engine you choose, you will be pleased to know that they are both capable of delivering plenty of power. At the same time, both engines produce a quiet and smooth ride. The only thing that would pay an important factor in picking out a specific engine to go with is its fuel efficiency. If it’s something you consider an important factor, you may go for the one that lets you save better.

If you’re ready for a test drive, you may do so at Toyota of Killeen— where you can test drive both the 4-cylinder and V6 2014 Toyota Camry. Schedule your visit by calling us ahead of time.

*EPA-estimated fuel economy for comparison purposes only. Actual mileage will vary based on personal driving habits, vehicle maintenance, and external conditions.

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