Toyota Camry has a reputation for being one of the most dependable and consistent vehicles out there. No wonder it’s the best-selling vehicle worldwide. While it isn’t the most glamorous of the sedans, it definitely is a smart buy once you consider the total cost of ownership and the resale value. Toyota brings the all-new 2016 Camry with same old, industry standard setting flagship model but with several twist (in a good way).
Toyota redesigned this new Camry with a more aggressive, modern look – trying to break out of its reputation for being ‘boring’ when it comes down to exterior designing. The most noticeable difference from last year is the front grill – much bigger, bolder and more aggressive. Coupled with LED headlights and a nicely laid out taillights connected to the trunk with chrome bar. This new Camry doesn’t feel boring and we think Toyota did a fairly decent job compared to its biggest rivals: Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, Mazda 6 or Hyundai Sonata.
2016 Toyota Camry interior is probably the best this model has ever had. You’ll notice a lot of soft-touch features coupled with contrasting stitches throughout. The technological improvement are very much evident, the center console and dashboard has a contemporary feel to them with high-tech theme. You’ll also find the Qi Wireless charging pad in 2016 Toyota Camry very handy. With wireless charging just started to roll out last year with Samsung smartphones, we think this is a very neat and well thought feature. That’s the thing we like most about Toyota: innovation and adaptation with new technology. There’s no shortage of either in this 2016 Camry. Plenty of room for five and all standard, modern day sedan features are either standard or available in 2016 Camry.
Under the Hood
2016 Toyota Camry comes in six trims and a choice between a 178-hp, 2.5L, I-4 engine and a 268-hp, 3.5L, V-6 engine. Both engines will take regular gasoline (no need to spend more on premium gas). The four-cylinder delivers 31 mpg in city and 35 mpg on highway. The V-6 on the other hand provides 21 city and 25 highway mpg.
Toyota Camry is the best seller for a reason, it’s not just the price but the value. In no stretch is 2016 Toyota Camry a cheap car. We’d rather say, it provides the best value for your money. The base model starts at MSRP $23,070 and the more expensive trim, XSE V6 starts at $31,370. With all the bells and whistles, a fully loaded Camry can cost you as much as $42,000.
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