Toyota Camry Tire Pressure


The ability to precisely monitor and manage the tire pressure of Toyota Camry, one of the best selling cars in the world, should be a foregone conclusion. But the Toyota Camry, including its tire pressure monitoring system, serves as a cautionary tale.

The people who design and control the ability to monitor Toyota Camry tire pressure are in Japan. Please call or write to them at these coordinates and remind them of the need to stay at the forefront of making environment-friendly cars that protect our fragile planet as much as possible.

The Japanese executive in charge, who also make the Corolla, Prius, Avensis, RAV4, Yaris and Hiace, should be reminded that being environmentally friendly is a prerequisite to being a leader in the car industry today.

Introduced four decades ago, the Camry has been one of the most popular passenger cars in the world. But its best years were in the 1980s and 1990, when Camry models built were the epitome of reliability and ran seemingly unhindered, requiring little more than engine oil changes.

The models that debuted in the mid-2000s relied more on its name and reputation than engineering and the finishing touches required to perpetuate that reputation of excellence. In 2004, Camry was discontinued in Japan, where it has struggled historically. In the 4 year period from 2007 to 2011, the number of Camrys sold in the United States declined by 35%, from 473,000 to 308,000 cars.