For big-selling Camry
The four-cylinder engine is quiet, refined and responsive with more than enough performance for most buyers. For those looking for extra the V6 is on offer.
Steering is well weighted and provides more driver feedback than before. Ride comfort is very good, even on coarse-chip and corrugated surfaces. Noise levels are well suppressed and will make for refined long distance cruising.
Fuel consumption during our week-long test averaged out at 9.2 litres per 100 kilometres, around the typical 10 per cent margin above Toyota’s factory tested number.
Toyota has clearly ignored the “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” adage with its decision to add a more sporty dimension to Camry.
The significant improvements in both the looks and performance of new Camry are sure to appeal to the keen private buyer who wants a comfortable commuter that can be taken for some fun weekend driving.