Everything is top of the line about this car. If I were to list any cons I would just be nit picking. There is nothing negative about this car. My wife and I love Toyotas.
This is my 3rd Camry. I have driven each of my previous ones for 10+ years each and just love the feel of the drive, the fit and comfort and most of all the reliability. The 2005 I had before the current car I just gave to my son. There was absolutely nothing wrong with it.
I Like the idea that I will have very few breakdowns due to Toyota reputation. I like the gas mileage. I like the looks and colors of this car
America's favorite car stepped it up for the 2015 model year. Notable changes were made to boost the vehicle's overall responsiveness and all trim levels received design tweaks. Together, these updates helped Toyota regain its position as a leader in the midsize car category.
The Toyota Camry received a refresh for the 2015 model yeara new look for both the interior and exterior.
The 2015 Toyota Camry has a more confident feel than previous iterations. The engine and transmission options haven't changed, but new steering and brake parts increase responsiveness. Though the engine options aren't the most powerful, the V6 engine should be more than enough for day-to-day driving. The driving experience should feel more engaging; turns should feel very controlled. Increased insulation helps ensure the cabin is a lot quieter too.
With its update for the 2015 model year, the Camry matches other midsize sedans in terms of noise cancellation, interior comfort, driving experience, and exterior style. While the changes were not radically different, the overall look and feel of the car is more refined and modern.
As it is, the midsize sedan car segment is extremely competitive. With these updates, the Toyota Camry regained its position as a front-runner alongside the Ford Fusion, Honda Accord, and Nissan Altima. The improvements to the cabin quality and handling ensure the Camry is a more compelling and competitive midsize sedan than its predecessors.
Significant changes were made to improve the vehicle's overall responsiveness, including a retuned brake-booster system. The existing suspension layout does carry over, but enhancements should make the driving experience more sophisticated. Additionally, noise insulation was added to the floors to make the ride quieter and more enjoyable.
The 2015 Camry comes in four trim levels:
Essentially, the trims are divvied up so that there are two trims with a conventional lineup (LE and XLE) and two with a more athletic lineup (SE and XSE). Both sets of trims feature upgraded infotainment systems in the 2015 model year.
For the most part, what's under the hood carries over from the previous iteration. The 2015 Camry is equipped with either a 2.5L four-cylinder engine or a 3.5L V6 engine. Both are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. The four-cylinder may feel a bit lackluster compared to the other sedans due to the lack of turbocharging, but it's still fuel efficient and enjoyable to drive.
The Toyota Camry's look was updated for this model year, and it's surprisingly extensive for being a mid-generational refresh. It received a few style updates to give it a more aggressive front-end appearance, but the most significant changes are to the interior.