August 2016
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2016 Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry

For 2015 Camry design received a welcome “freshening” which gave the Camry a better visual appeal, exterior styling was significantly enhanced with more modern lines and a bolder look. You can’t say the Camry is looking plain anymore! The classic Camry roofline was retained, which gave the sedan a gracefully handsome new look without losing model recognition. The front end came in especially bold, with a wide opening below a thin upper grille, with accented upper trim levels and LED front lights.

A relatively wide track (the distance between the left and right wheels) makes the front end look broader. Nicely detailed, swept-back headlights have clear lenses. Body sides flow smoothly, separated by a sloping character line.

In 2016, Toyota Camry seems to be at the top of its game.  The 2016 models benefit from suspension tuning that offers more control, augmenting driving character without making changes to the traditionally smooth ride. At the lower speed ranges drivers can expect a responsive polish with confident control. Out on the highway, the stiffer spring settings control road harshness and absorb the impact of bumpy stretches; the Camry’s suspension rebounds with full control.

Along with body design changes last year, changes and upgrades were made to the interior too. We find better materials and a better-quality appearance along with a roomier cab. Seats are amply padded and contoured for adults. Toyota sculpted cutaways in the seats and interior panels to help provide more knee and leg room for passengers in both the front and rear. Because the Camry’s roofline has a gentler slope, tall adults can expect good rear headroom as well.

Quiet and comfortable, the interior has an organized, clean appearance and feels more spacious than the cabins of similar midsize sedans. Soft-touch surfaces are more numerous than in the past, which gives a sense of quality and solidity.  These surfaces are accented with contrasting stitching that enhances tactile and visual appeal.  In front of the gearshift plate a handy, enclosed bin has space for personal electronics items, with a USB port and a wireless charging pad. Gives that clutter we all now carry a place to live!

Camry excels at creating a quiet drive. First, keep outside noises outside. Using sound-imaging instruments, Toyota identified where road, wind and engine noise was entering the cabin. From there, they designed additional sound-absorbing methods and materials to help create Camry’s whisper-quiet ride.

The Camry comes with wheel mounted controls to keep convenience safely within reach. With steering wheel-mounted controls, it’s easier to adjust your audio system and Bluetooth 32-equipped mobile phone right from the steering wheel.

With Camry’s available Smart Key System, you can unlock the front doors and trunk, plus start your car with the push of a button.  It’s not even necessary to remove the key fob from your pocket or purse. Start it up and go.

We all know the Camry has the highest record of dependability and value; ride and handling have always scored highly. Performance is always agile, whether you take the four-cylinder or V6 engine. The sedan has the highest rating for family comfort. And now, with this new design, we can say the Camry can no longer be dismissed as conventional!

 

The result of all these positive changes has been strong sales that have helped the Camry retain its position as America's best-selling car. Come in to the Washington Auto Mall to get your questions answered and to take a test drive!

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