Toyota unveiled their new 2015 Camry at the New York Auto Show.
The fresh-faced exterior is much more athletic than the previous Camry. The roof is the only surface to go unchanged.
The interior is upgraded with more soft-touch materials. Advanced technologies with intuitive controls make the driving experience easy and enjoyable.
However, the changes are more than cosmetic. The new Camry was stripped down to its chassis and rebuilt from the ground up. The result is a car that is longer (1.8 inches / 45 mm), wider (0.4 inches / 10 mm) and more responsive thanks to improved rigidity.
Larry Hutchinson, Vice President of Toyota Canada, claims, “Canadians asked us for more style, comfort and performance – and with the 2015 Toyota Camry they get all of that plus the durability, quality and value that have made it a favourite with drivers from coast to coast.”
Customers are also offered more choices than before with two new models. The sporty XSE and environment-friendly Hybrid SE join the well-equipped entry LE and the luxurious XLE.
Let us know what you think. Will the 2015 Toyota Camry continue to lead in the ultra-competitive midsize sedan segment?