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2015 Toyota Camry Review – Braving Winter Storms w/ Style

by TerriAnn
2015 Toyota Camry Review

One-week vehicle loan was provided for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

Type: Sedan
Price: $22,970

Fuel Efficiency: 25 city/35 hwy
Seats: 5
Best Suited For: Business, seniors, families
Notable Features: Tons of space, good handling even in inclement weather

Links: Official site

The 2015 Toyota Camry is not bad to look at but it’s not going to turn a head either. However, this sedan handled like a dream during the torrential downpour our area experienced not too long ago. The tires gripped the road with ease and, even with flooded streets and highways, we could pretty much maneuver the same as we would in dry conditions.

2015 Toyota Camry Review

The ride was comfortable and there was plenty of power. Turning radius for short distances (into parking spaces, turning corners) was great but making a full U-turn was another story. When you’re cranking the steering wheel to turn around, the wheel seems to stop short. That means you can’t get the right angle needed to make a tight U-turn.

Inside, you’ll find nice finishes and clean stitch work. The instrument cluster and middle console were very simplistic but get the job done. Plenty of new technology can be found on the Camry but the understated design tends to overshadow the modern features hidden within. The adaptive cruise control works like a charm in light to medium traffic. Too bad the preferred distance resets each time you turn the feature on/off.

2015 Toyota Camry Review

Space, space, and more space. From head space to leg room to trunk storage, there’s plenty of room to move around and feel comfortable. A family full of tall or long-legged members could stretch their legs. The almost flat floor in the back means that even three adults can fit during a long car ride. With a deep and wide trunk, long vacations would be a cinch to pack for.

2015 Toyota Camry Review

2015 Toyota Camry – Reliable Contender for a Mature Audience

The 2015 Toyota Camry has the power and space to fit families with older children, to keep everyone in your carpool happy, and allows seniors to enjoy some easy riding. I still see the older market gravitating to the Camry but there’s nothing wrong with that. After all, just because people get older doesn’t mean they want frumpy cars. With this mid-size sedan, owners can get reliability they trust but still have some fun while driving too.

2015 Toyota Camry Review

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Liz Mays January 12, 2015 - 12:25 pm

Camry’s are good, reliable cars. I just wish they’d style them up a bit more!

Tammy Litke (@threedifferent) January 13, 2015 - 1:56 pm

I think you’ve hit seniors as a target market right on! My parents currently drive a Toyota Avalon and probably will be getting a newer vehicle soon, I can so see them picking this Camry for their next car.

Crystal January 16, 2015 - 2:07 pm

It sounds like a great option for those who are looking for a dependable car at a decent price. I’m not quite ready to downsize, but when the kids are older I’ll have to see what the Camry has to offer.

Jenn January 16, 2015 - 9:00 pm

This looks like a great car, stylish but full of great features too.

Billie January 16, 2015 - 9:01 pm

I agree, just because you get older doesn’t mean you want a frumpy car. I love all the trunk space.

Vanessa: The Queen of Swag January 17, 2015 - 5:22 pm

We love the Toyota Camry so much it was our wedding car at our wedding. This looks so fabulous!

Ty February 6, 2015 - 11:07 pm

Looks like it has a nice amount of trunk space, which is always good! It’s kinda cute, too!

Marcie W. February 9, 2015 - 4:20 pm

What a beauty! My husband drives an 03 Camry as his work vehicle and just loves it. Reliable, built to last and physically appealing.

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