Toyota Camry, 2019: Dealer Daily

The Toyota Camrys, a luxury sedan, are being touted by the dealership daily as a top-of-the-line vehicle for the 2020s.

The Toyota Venza will be available in 2019 with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and a starting price of $28,000.

The 2017 model, which was sold as a two-door, was a high-performance vehicle that sold well, according to Kelley Blue Book.

Sales were up 27 percent to about 3,200 vehicles.

The 2018 model, also a high performance sedan, sold well last year, but was up slightly to about 1,900 vehicles.

That model is also expected to be available later this year.

The 2019 Camry is expected to have a range of nearly 300 miles on a single charge.

That will be the third-best selling model in its class, according in the Kelley Blue book.

The 2018 model sold 1,800 in its first month.

In addition to the 2019 model, the dealership has two new models in the pipeline: a sedan and a crossover, both of which are expected to debut in 2019.

The 2019 model will be called the Camry EX, and the 2018 model will go by the Camrys.

The next Camry crossover will also debut later this month, according a person familiar with the matter.

The first Camry will be launched in the spring of 2019, with a two and a half-liter engine, a top speed of over 100 mph, and a battery capacity of 4,800 kilowatt-hours.

It will come with a choice of either a front or rear-drive architecture, and it will go on sale with a six-speed manual transmission.

The sedan will be similar to the 2017 model with a 3.7-liter, four-barrel V6 engine, and an MSRP of $27,995.

The first Camrys will come in a 2,950-mile range.

The second crossover will be a three-door hatchback with a turbocharged V6 and an EPA-estimated range of just over 200 miles.

It should be able to do around 500 miles on its first charge.

It has a starting MSRP at $35,995 and is expected later this fall.

The third model is expected in 2019 to be called a Camry E, which will have a 1.9-liter V6, a 2-cylindered four-wheel drive, and 4,400 kilowatts of power.

The 2017 model will come standard with a four-speed automatic transmission and an estimated range of around 180 miles.

The fifth model, codenamed Camry L, will have an optional 2.3-liter diesel engine and be available with a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission.

The model will have range of roughly 260 miles.