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All You Need To Know About The Camry

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What does the new 2015 Toyota Camry have to offer compared to its predecessor?

The Toyota Camry has been the bestselling car for 12 consecutive years. It offers you one heck of a ride, with its quiet and comfortable interior, powerful engine, dependable ToyotaCare, aesthetically pleasing exterior, and more. The 2014.5 Toyota Camry has offered drivers an affordable, efficient car for everyday driving…and the 2015 Toyota Camry is only improving upon that. With a sharp-looking exterior and new features, the 2015 model is ready to impress those who take on the driver’s seat.​ 
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The 2015 Toyota Camry has made a couple design changes since its 2014.5 predecessor. Not only does it look different, but it’s also mechanically different. The interior has been redesigned to look more up-scale, plus it’s now wider and 2 inches longer in length. Although the engine options are the same, it feels a bit different behind the wheel because of these design changes.
One of the biggest changes involves the combining of the SE (sporty look) and XLE (luxury look) trim levels to create a new trim called the XSE. This creation makes the ultimate Camry, with an optional 268 hp V6 that is capable of going from 0-60 in a matter of 6 seconds (that’s faster than the BMW 320i). Being the top trim level, the options for this are stocked with leather, navigation, every safety feature available…and it only costs buyers around $36K. The base 2015 Camrys continue to be around $21K.

There is also a new trim level for the Hybrid, called the Hybrid SE. This gives buyers that are interested in the Hybrid a chance to purchase the sportier-looking car that most buyers tend to prefer.

But let’s cut down to the details…the new 2015 Camry has 30% more sound deadening material than its predecessor, which helps cut down on wind noise. It has an enhanced suspension on the sportier models to improve performance, and it offers the most premium interior in the segment. They’ve also upped the technology (which includes a wireless phone charging area), audio, and some of the models have a larger screen (like the XSE with a 7-inch screen). These small touches really put the Camry ahead of its competitors since some of its rivals cost $10-$15K more than the Camry.

The 2015 Camry provides more power and more refinement than some of its high-priced competitors, and the wide range of trim levels gives more options to consumers to get exactly the car they want for the price they can afford.

Don't believe us? The Toyota Camry has won awards throughout its history for a reason.
  • Bestselling car in America for its segment for 12 consecutive years
  • Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Top Safety Pick+
  • Best Resale Value Award for 2014 model
  • 80% of Toyotas sold in the last 20 years are still on the road today
  • 2014 Best Retained Value by IntelliChoice
  • 2014 Highest-Rated Manufacturer by IntelliChoice
  • Longest-lasting vehicles of any full-line automotive manufacturer
  • 2014 Best Overall Value by IntelliChoice
  • 2014 Best Overall Brand Value by IntelliChoice

If a list of awards isn't enough for you, perhaps check out some reviews from third party industry professionals.

Edmunds: “Maintaining the Camry's position as America's best-selling car apparently wasn't enough for Toyota. Just three years after the debut of an all-new seventh-generation model, the 2015 Toyota Camry gets a thorough upgrade.”

Car and Driver: "Toyota product planners and marketing types aren’t happy with their car’s bland image, and the Camry’s extensive 2015 refresh is aimed at adding a little more adrenaline to a driving experience…”

Motor Trend: “[The 2015 Toyota Camry] has a new look and is packed with almost 2000 new parts to make the sedan quieter, roomier, and even a bit sportier.”

Top Speed: “French stitching along seams and detailed accent lighting are both a very nice touch. Even the gear shifter has become a classy item to admire with its piano black surround, leather boot, and contrasting stitching.”

AutoBlog: “…even base LE models get features like an eight-way power driver's seat and heated outside mirrors. The SE also adds a 4.2-inch multi-information display and direct tire pressure monitor system.”

The Car Connection: “While the change in appearance isn’t radically different, it looks updated, more refined, and more contemporary inside and out.”

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The allure of the 2015 Toyota Camry shouldn't be dismissed. You'll quickly realize that isn't just hype; consumers and industry professionals love this car, and so do we! Stop in for a test drive or contact us to set up an appointment.
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