2014 Toyota Camry Tested

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It is truly difficult to find any major flaw with Toyota’s Camry and yet the car doesn’t make efforts to make you like it in particular. With this new generation, Toyota planned to make America’s best-selling car more appealing and we recently took it for a spin to put this to the test.
We are spending our time in a 2014 Camry and the model has kept both the exterior dimensions and the engines of its predecessor. Nonetheless, the difference in terms of design is obvious. Toyota has managed to partially integrate the sportier bits into the bland appearance of its mid-size sedan.

The recent New York Auto Show has brought us a revamp for the Camry, but the 2015 model doesn’t land in showrooms until this fall, so, for now, we shall stick to our 2014 tester.

Despite keeping its size unaltered, the Camry’s cabin is considerably more spacious than before. You can feel this from the very first moment you climb aboard. Add the manly design of the dash and you get a decent atmosphere.

Inside the city, Toyota’s Camry has just the right size and proves to be a trustworthy partner. In fact, this feeling of confidence the car offers behind the wheel is one of the Camry’s main assets.

Nonetheless, once you get up to highway speeds, the sedan doesn’t feel quiet enough - Toyota does brag the 2015 model solves this issue though.

It is this part of the car - the cheap feeling that it offers at times, that makes up its worst side. Then again, the Camry holds a bouquet of assets that makes it perfectly suitable for family driving. We’ll go over each and every one of these in our 2014 Toyota Camry review.
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