Unsurprisingly, the Camry packs in much of the technology used in the smaller and more radically styled Prius which has been with us what feels like forever.
Inside, cabin design is simplistic, with the switchgear where you’d want it and all the fittings are solid and well made. Unfortunately, there’s a fair amount of fake wood trim – inherited from the US, where the Camry is a big hit.
There’s no problem about cabin space. Front and rear passengers are well looked after in terms of leg and headroom. Seats are large but fairly flat, offering limited support.
Unlike much of the opposition, the big Toyota is a four door with a conventional rear boot, so not as versatile as a fastback or hatch. The boot, at 524 litres, is bigger than most rivals however.
After a 14-year absence, Toyota’s big saloon returns as a petrol/ hybrid
Layout is plain and everything is where you expect it to be. The Camry offers conventional saloon styling with a boot