There was a tremendous amount of anticipation surrounding the arrival of the 2015 Ford F-150, even more than you'd expect from the newest version of America's most popular vehicle. The reason for this was Ford's controversial decision to use aluminum alloy in the F-150's construction.
If you buy a Lexus, you more or less know what you're getting yourself into. You'll be buying a quiet, comfortable, reliable car that, depending on the model, looks either boring or not of this planet. For 2015, Lexus has added yet another vehicle to the latter group. It's called the NX, and it's a crossover built to slot in beneath the RX in terms of both size and cost. Its primary competitors are other small-to-mid-sized crossovers: Audi Q5, BMW X3/X4, Mercedes GLK, Acura RDX, vehicles of that ilk.
The name Camry comes from the Japanese word kanmuri, which means "crown." It follows in Toyota's naming convention, which has always bestowed a royal name on the company's primary models (Crown, Corona, Corolla), but there's no way the company could have known in 1982 just how popular the Camry would become in the next 33 years.
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