Question about 2000 Toyota Camry
Before buying a car with these especs I want to know the performance of that engine
The VVT-i will outperform a car without it. ANY car with variable valve timing is a PLUS. Under hard acceleration, the duration of the valve opening timing changes, this results in a bit more power. Then, at idle.easy acceleratin, they change again. They continously change, depending on your driving...it "Learns", your driving...that is the " i " part in VVT-i.
Varible Valve TIming (with) intelligence". It's a good thing.
A FixYa rating would be most appreciated.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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