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Toyota Camry, new style

Joe Mendes | Published on February 23 2015

What to do when your name is Toyota Camry, and that you are already the best-selling car in the United States and one of the most popular in Canada? Simply to improve, and this is exactly what the new 2015 Toyota Camry does.

The biggest change is the style, there is no doubt. Although the platform has not changed, the shape of the Camry took a more sporty twist. The well-shaped grille, which is not without displaying a certain kinship with the luxury branch of the family, Lexus, confirms the new visual identity of the midsize sedan.

With new headlamps, improved daytime running lights, and a more streamlined silhouette that stretches some 45 millimeters, the new Camry displays a new determination on the road, and also proves that it just wants to retain its title and popularity.

Toyota's designers showed jealous care to design an improved interior, taking advantage of better materials, and building everything up to the standards and reputation of Toyota. We also must add a special mention for the ergonomics of the cockpit that are definitely improved, and passenger comfort, enhanced by the efficient use of the Camry’s new dimensions.

Under the hood, little change since the 2015 Camry retains its 4-cylinder engine that delivers 179 horsepower as standard equipment, and a 268-horsepower V6 as an option that allowed the car to become one of the most popular in its class. It also renewed the hybrid version, powered by a four-cylinder 2.0-liter engine mated to an electric motor with a combined output of 200 horsepower.

The most significant change in the car, however, is in terms of handling. The engineers primarily focused on redefining the suspensions and chassis, giving both a little more stiffness while all the while retaining the balance between driving pleasure, comfort and handling.

Obviously, one cannot be called Toyota Camry without relying on a list of standard equipment and options that will satisfy the most demanding buyers. A back-up camera, Bluetooth connectivity, air conditioning, and cruise control are standard on all versions, but you can also add the navigation system, or a set of electronic security systems such as a blind spot monitoring system for example.

That being said, regardless of the level of equipment you choose, the 2015 Toyota Camry picks up where the older generation left off, and will certainly continue to be as popular given that everything has improved with the car. To learn more about the new Toyota Camry, contact us today!

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