New Changes in the Toyota Camry
The Toyota Camry doesn’t need to provide any updates between model years to continue to be the top-selling sedan in the country, but that doesn’t stop Toyota from constantly innovating. The manufacturer aims to keep the Camry at the top of its class, and to do so, Toyota ensures that it always offers the latest features and technology.
Overall, Toyota re-engineered 2,000 different parts in the Camry, such as the steering and suspension. There is also new sheet metal, while the interior has been refined to be appear more sculpted and bolder. The interior is still spacious and quiet as always, but Toyota has updated the Camry’s center stack to increase its user-friendliness. The interface and controls are better than those in most competitors.
In addition to the revised center stack, all Camry models also have standard Entune connectivity, along with voice recognition. Other standard technology in the Camry includes the backup camera and the 6.1-inch touchscreen display. You will also notice that the sedan offers various high-tech safety features as either standard or optional, such as automatic high-beam lights, cross-traffic alert, lane-keeping assist, and blind-spot monitor.
Although reading about the 2015 Toyota Camry can give you an idea of the updates to the model, the best way to get a feel for them is to visit Warrenton Toyota in Warrenton, Virginia, and see the new model for yourself.