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2015 Toyota Camry Summary


Toyota’s cosmetic overhaul of the 2015 Camry brought a welcome change from the slab-sided anonymity of yesteryear, and the interior appointments are spiffy, even in the standard LE trim level. Camry XS and XSE now look sporty, but dynamic distinctions between the mainstream and sporty versions are so subtle as to be indistinguishable to the average driver. Nevertheless, the combination of traditional strengths, with the addition of exterior eye candy, plus a good value proposition and strong resale, add up to a more desirable Camry. The Camry continues to be very good in most dynamic assessments: competent, quiet, and comfortable. But if athletic responses are a top priority, some of the other midsize sedans may be worth a look, notably the Mazda 6 and Honda Accord.

Tony Swan filed this report to NewCarTestDrive.com after his test drives of Camry models on the big island of Hawaii. Mitch McCullough contributed after his test drive of a Camry hybrid in New Jersey.

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