2016 Toyota Camry Quick-Take Review: Good Enough Sells Well

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Overview: Competent and mostly inoffensive, the Toyota Camry was the go-to driving appliance for 429,355 buyers in 2015, making it once again the bestselling car in the United States. Despite its lack of verve on the road—which contributed to the Camry finishing last in our latest comparison test of family sedans—this is a sensible machine with lots of space for people and cargo, decent manners, plenty of available technology, and an optional hybrid powertrain that makes it an upstanding four-wheeled citizen for the environmentally conscious. A significant update for 2015 brought more aggressive styling, among numerous other tweaks aimed at honing its on-road character. A gaping maw with chrome grille slats dominates the front of most models, while the sportier SE and XSE trim levels call out their stiffened chassis underpinnings with a blackened mesh grille. READ MORE ››


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