The auto sector is on the one hand where the recession is in the grip. On the other hand, the used car market is witnessing a boom. Now people are not much interested in new cars and are focusing more on old cars. There are many vehicles here at an affordable price. A 2008 Toyota Camry is also sold with body kits and aftermarket tires. The car is priced at Rs 6.5 lakh, which is cheaper than the top model Maruti Suzuki Dzire. In the pictures, the car is well-suited and comes with a wide body kit. The Camry's front-end has been replaced and uses a new aftermarket grille. It also offers aftermarket headlamps and a new bumper, which gives the sedan a very aggressive look.
If you talk about the rear look, the car looks completely modified from here too. It also comes with an intermarket bumper integrated quad-exhaust system. Now it will be difficult to say whether both exams work or that they are Fox. In addition, the tail lamps are tinted, which goes quite well with the body colour of the vehicle. Most importantly, it features 20-inch golden-colored multispologistic rims that come with low profile tyres. , which makes the vehicle look lower. Also, the sedan has sporty sten. The rear-colored Toyota logo of the vehicle. In addition, all other badges from the vehicle have been removed to add a clean look.
The interior also feels quite modified on seeing these photos. It has been reworked on steering and has been climbing leather here. All seats are refurbished and have leather covers with transformed good-looking bucket seats. In addition, leather climbing contrasting stitching has been done. Driver seats are electrically adjustable. Also, the rear passenger is given a personal entertainment system with an indivisible screen. The car is registered in Kerala and according to the advertisement Toyota Camry is only 75,000 km and has a full body zero. Depreciation insurance exists. In addition, new tyres and new seats have been installed.
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