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Toyota Camry Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Toyota Camry. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Toyota Camry.
The Toyota Camry quietly debuted late in the 1983 model year, when Toyota replaced its old rear-wheel-drive Corona with the front-wheel-drive Camry, a car aimed specifically at the U.S. market. From these humble beginnings, the Camry has gone on to dominate the midsize family sedan segment for virtually all of the next quarter century as consumers have embraced it for its high build quality, comfortable ride, and impressive durability. Discover the ins and outs on used Toyota Camrys, available now in Carvana’s inventory.
Great Outward VisibilityThe Camry has long stood as quality midsize sedan option due to its well-rounded nature and long-standing history of reliability. Reflected in the virtues is the simple, yet effective interior design, which makes the Camry feel roomy and produces great outward visibility thanks to the vehicle’s thin front pillars.
Great Fuel EconomyBase versions of the Camry are powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 178 horsepower and is able to accelerate from 0 to 60 in 8.4 seconds; an average split for a four-cylinder midsize sedan. Even better is the available fuel economy on the Camry, as the EPA-estimated 28 mpg combined (25 mpg city/35 mpg highway) is among the best in its class.
Spacious InteriorThe Camry’s interior materials are good, but not great, though it’s the spacious rear seating accommodations that makes the Camry an attractive buy. In particular, the nicely reclined seatback angle makes the Camry competitive with the Honda Accord for the most comfortable backseat in the class.
SteeringThe uninspiring steering issue isn’t necessarily an issue in the V6 and SE models of the Camry, however in non-SE four-cylinder models, the steering lacks precision and an engaging feel. For those looking for something a bit sportier, the Camry may not be for you.
Infotainment SystemThough the Camry does have a top-of-the-line audio system, integrating your smartphone can be a pain in the rear, as one has to install an app on your phone and register an account before using. Additionally, you will always need an active data connection in order to use it. The interface itself has straightforward menus, though it can be unresponsive at times to user touch.
BrakingIn Edmunds brake testing, a Camry LE came to a stop from 60 mph in 129 feet, which exceeds the average distance for this segment. However, it should be noted that the heartier SE V6 edition with stickier tires came to a stop from 60 mph in 119 feet, which is better than average.
Toyota Camry Reviews
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