The Engines with a "Difference": Toyota Camry and Volkswagen engines


Toyota and Volkswagen are two established automobile companies. Let us look at each of these in detail. Toyota Camry was launched in 1983 by Toyota by replacing the older rear wheel driver version of Corona with the front wheel drive Camry. This car was specifically designed targeting US market. Toyota Camry was introduced as a V6 four cylinder engine with high build quality, comfortable drive and stability. Apart from the basic DX model, this is also available in more sophisticated versions like LE, SE and XLE.

2008 Toyota Camry is one popular mid segment car that is available in four models, basic model, LE, SE and XLE. Basic model Toyota Camry engine is a 2.4 liter four cylinder with 158 hp and 161 pound feet of torque. This model has five speed manual transmissions and gives fuel economy of 21 miles per gallon within the city and 31 miles per gallon on highways. On the other hand the LE, SE and XLE models of Toyota Camry engines are supported by a 3.5 liter V6 engine powered by 268 hp and 248 pound feet of torque.

Some of the interesting features of this model are its perfect grip, anti skid system, air bags guarding front side, curtain side and knee area. All these features can be enjoyed even in a used car at quite a reasonable rate. So if you want to be a proud owner of Toyota Camry, then why not enjoy the thrill and excitement in a used car. The first two generations of Toyota Camry were preferred by most buyers because of its safety features, stability and antilock brakes. This generation Toyota Camry engines came in three variations. The first version includes a 2.4 liter four cylinder engines with 154hp, the second version comes with a 3 liter V6 engine with 190 hp and the third version is a 3.3 liter V6 210 hp. All these models are fully automatic. Despite few hiccups, Toyota Camry still find itself a unique place in the mind of customers seeking that sleek, good looking family car.

A very common misnomer about used cars is that, a used car engine will reduce the resale value of the vehicle. This is a wrong conception. If you purchase a used engines from an established and reputed brand, the sale price of your vehicle is least affected. So choosing a branded engine of a reputed firm is vital. The reputation of both the Toyota Camry engines and the Volkswagen engines are of the highest. Used Volkswagen engines are other healthy alternatives available for any customer.

Volkswagen Jetta is one of the popular versions under this brand that was first introduced in North American market towards the end of 1998. This vehicle comes with independent suspension, laser welding, dual exhaust tips, electronic stabilisation program, power windows, dynamic sound system, 60/40 split folding rear seats and stylish looks that had help it in gaining huge popularity among automobile lovers. This car has 16″ alloy wheels with a 2.0 four cylinder turbocharged engine that comes in diesel version.

Volkswagen engines come in four versions in Jetta. The first version of Jetta has a base 4 cylinder SOHC 2.0L engine with 115hp, the second version has a high performance DOHC 4 cylinder 1.8L engine with 150hp and the third version is a 1.9L turbo diesel engine with 90hp. Fuel economy is best on this vehicle and is a perfect choice for all those who are conscious about both looks and performance. The performance of a Volkswagen engine is simply one of the best engines designed.

So, if you are seeking a luxurious, good looking, high performance vehicle used car, then either of these two vehicles is a perfect choice for you.


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