The Toyota Camry is known as the best-selling car in America, which sets expectations at a high mark for the upcoming 2016 model.
Various reviews on the vehicle have mostly been positive though, which makes it entirely possible for the 2016 Toyota Camry to retain its title.
According to CNET's Andrew Krok, among the good things about the 2016 Toyota Camry is that the sedan features significant interior space, with the vehicle being an accessible and easy one for drivers of all ages. This is accompanied by a new, youthful look that will surely attract younger drivers into purchasing the vehicle.
Kelley Blue Book's Joe Tralongo also mentions the design of the vehicle doesn't look like a "generic rental clone," which is good enough for an affordable family sedan. The 2016 Toyota Camry, however, looks more youthful compared to the vehicle that is looking to dethrone it as the best-selling car in America, the Honda Accord.
Driving impressions of the vehicle, according to a full expert review on Edmunds, reveals that the 2016 Toyota Camry is more responsive compared to previous models, in addition to being generally more composed when turning corners. The ease of driving is even more pronounced in the non-base trims. Quietness and comfort, traits that the Camry has been known for, are still very much present in the 2016 model.
Downsides of the vehicle include the lack of certain features that could be commonly seen in competing vehicles, such as support for Apple CarPlay and the presence of additional ports, as noted by Krok. The same downside is noted by Tralongo, who stated that the vehicle is not as rich in features as other sedans such as the Ford Fusion, Kia Optima and Chrysler 200. There is also no all-wheel drive or turbocharged engine options for the 2016 Toyota Camry, though there is a hybrid model available for the sedan.
All in all, the 2016 Toyota Camry is a vehicle that focuses more on practicality and comfort over style and sporting features. For drivers and families that would prefer function over flair, the vehicle would be a near-perfect choice.
The price of the 2016 Toyota Camry starts at $23,070, with a four-cylinder engine capable of churning out 28 miles per gallon.