Sunroof, Navigation, Backup Camera, Qi Wireless Charging, Blind Side Monitors, 7” Touch Panel Display Audio, Heated Front Bucket Seats w/Leather Seat Surfaces, AM/FM/CD Player, Steering Wheel Bluetooth & Audio Controls, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Gracenote Album Cover Art, USB Input Port, Auxiliary Input Jack, Bluetooth Hands-Free Phone Connectivity/Wireless Audio Streaming/Phone Book Access, 60/40 Split Rear Bench Seat w/Fold-Down Seat Back & Fold-Down Centre Armrest, 2.5L 4-Cylinder, 6-Speed Automatic Transmission, 17” Alloy Wheels, Balance of Factory Warranty and only 44,000 kms
If you own a Toyota Camry and are thinking of buying a new one, you may as well just stop reading this review right now; chances are you’re going to buy another one regardless of what’s said here in the next few paragraphs.
The Toyota Camry is America’s best-selling car, despite the fact that it competes against strong competition like the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata, and Mazda6. With constantly evolving competition, Toyota saw fit to give the Camry a very extensive refresh last year, in only the third model year since its redesign.
The Camry’s look is modern, refined, and almost bold. The front end is the most aggressive, with a wide maw and LED front running lamps. The side sheet metal flows nicely and features a character line that slopes down to the front wheels.
Inside, the Camry features more soft touch surfaces than in the past and they are thoughtfully accented by contrast stitching. The center stack has a high-tech look, and the area just ahead of the shift knob features an enclosed bin for personal electronics, with a USB port and a wireless charging pad.
A stiffer body, retuned shocks and springs, and additional sound insulation make the Camry a better-driving car. In the Camry XLE especially, it all adds up to a sophisticated experience that retains its traditional smooth ride while adding more stability and control.
The updated Camry continues to deliver smooth, dependable transportation that skews toward comfort and convenience. Over 400,000 Camrys a year hit the streets, making it the top-selling car in America, suggesting that Toyota’s doing something right.
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