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MakeTOYOTA
Year2015
ModelCamry
Factory designationCamry
Vin4T1BF1FK8FU479979
Body ClassSedan/Saloon
Engine Cylinders4
Displacement CC2500.0
Displacement CI152.55936023683
Displacement L2.5
Doors4
Drive Type4x2
Engine Model2AR-FE
Engine KW132.7346
Fuel Type PrimaryGasoline
ManufacturerTOYOTA MOTOR MANUFACTURING, KENTUCKY, INC.
SeriesASV50L/GSV50L/AVV50L
Vehicle TypePASSENGER CAR
AirBag Loc CurtainAll Rows
Valve Train DesignDual Overhead Cam (DOHC)
Engine ConfigurationIn-Line
AirBag Loc Front1st Row (Driver & Passenger)
Fuel Injection TypeMultipoint Fuel Injection (MPFI)
AirBag Loc Knee1st Row (Driver & Passenger)
Engine HP178
Seat Belts AllManual
NCSA Body Type4-door sedan, hardtop
NCSA MakeToyota
NCSA ModelCamry
AirBag Loc SideAll Rows
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