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The real people's car? Camry

Toyota retools its classic -- now it's roomier, more muscular , and less Spartan -- to appeal to young buyers

By Royal Ford
January 22, 2006

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GREENVILLE, S.C. -- With apologies to Volkswagen , which coined the phrase ''people's car," the label has for the past decade more appropriately applied to Toyota's Camry. (Full article: 541 words)

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