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2016 Toyota Camry Walk Around


The 2015 freshening gave the Camry greater visual appeal, in contrast to earlier models that looked plain. Only the roofline was retained, giving the sedan a gracefully handsome new look, though short of striking. The front end is especially bold, with a wide opening below a thin upper grille, accented on upper trim levels by 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. Bodysides flow smoothly, separated by a sloping character line.

Interior

Quiet and comfortable, the Camry’s interior has a straightforward appearance and feels more spacious than the cabins of many midsize sedans. Soft-touch surfaces are more numerous than in the past, accented by contrasting stitching that enhances both texture and visual appeal. Ahead of the gearshift, an enclosed bin has space for personal electronics items, with a USB port and (in upper trims) a wireless charging pad.

Most models have a 6.1-inch touchscreen, surrounded by large buttons, while the center stack contains big buttons and knobs. Even the touchscreen’s virtual buttons are intuitive.

Sport seats in SE, Special Edition, and XSE are more assertively contoured than in lower trims. Lateral support isn’t much different, but the sport seats feel snugger, with greater thigh support.

All models have split-folding rear seatbacks, which don’t fold totally flat. Seats are abundantly padded and contoured for adults. Because the Camry’s roofline slopes less than some, adults can expect good rear headroom.

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