Car reviews - Toyota - Camry - CSi sedan
15 Feb 2001
By BRUCE NEWTON
LIKE many recent Toyota models, Camry was subjected to the company's Global Outstanding Assessment program for crash performance. A driver's airbag is optional on the CSi and standard on other variants. Three-point seatbelts are fitted to all seats in the sedan. The body features a side impact absorbing structure, with reinforced rocker panels and door surrounds and strengthened underfloor and roof crossmembers. Anti-lock brakes are optional on the CSi grade. Only Vienta models have adjustable rear head restraints. Impact absorbing pads are located in the door trims and pillars. The front seatbelt buckles are mounted on the seats and the upper anchorages are adjustable, improving the fit of the seatbelt.
Did you know?The Camry CSi (no airbags) was crash tested by the Australian New Car Assessment Program in February 1999 and received a "marginal" overall rating
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