The new-generation 2018 Toyota Camry has qualified for a maximum five-star ANCAP safety rating.
Confirmed this morning by the Australian crash testing authority, the five-star rating applies to all variants of the new model, including four-cylinder, V6 and hybrid.
We are at the Australian launch of the new-generation Camry, more details on the new offering here.
In confirming the top safety score, ANCAP CEO James Goodwin welcomed the result, especially given the Camry’s long standing place at the top of the mid-spec passenger car market.
“Maximum points were scored in the destructive pole and side impact crash tests, and a high score of 15.16 points out of a possible 16 points was achieved in the frontal offset test which replicates a head-on crash.
“The Camry remains a popular choice for families and fleet buyers so it is important high levels of safety are offered.
“It is encouraging to see the Camry fitted as standard with an autonomous emergency braking (AEB) system which operates at city and highway speeds, as well as an active lane support system.
“We’re pleased to see Toyota maintain its high level of safety with manufacturing of the Camry having now switched from local production to a Japanese-built model.”
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