Toyota Camry Features –
- Available V-6 Engine
- Blind Spot Monitor
- Standard Backup Camera
- Remote Keyless Entry
- Available Hybrid Model
A ride as bold as the people who drive them. Camry Special Edition amplifies its good looks with standard 18-in. alloy wheels. With their machined finish surface and gloss-black accents, these stylish wheels are impossible to ignore.
Driving enthusiasts will appreciate Camry’s front sport seats. With side bolsters that cradle the driver and available Ultrasuede seats, Camry delivers bold performance that helps you enjoy the drive even more.
What are critics saying about the Toyota Camry?
Thanks to numerous improvements last year, the 2016 Toyota Camry is more responsive to driver inputs than the previous versions, not to mention more composed when going around corners. This is especially true of the SE, Special Edition and XSE trims, which dial up the driver engagement even further with their sport-tuned suspensions. If true sportiness is what you’re after, you’ll still likely prefer rivals like the Ford Fusion and Mazda 6, but Toyota has closed the gap significantly. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
For the majority of people for whom a car is merely an appliance, the Camry meets their needs to perfection. Those seeking a zestier ride should look elsewhere. A 178-hp four-cylinder is standard, while a 268-hp V-6 offers some serious zip. Both have a six-speed automatic; a manual is not available. There’s a hybrid, with 43 mpg on the highway. The XSE aims at enthusiasts with a stiffer suspension and some extra styling bits, but its steering is numb, its braking and handling unexceptional. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
After an extensive refresh for the 2015 model year, the 2016 Camry continues to be a good choice for those who prioritize reliability. In a 2015 Camry XSE V-6 First Test review, we said that the V-6 powered Camry proved reasonably responsive and quick. However, handling remains uninspiring despite the stiff suspension while tire noise can get excessive on rough roads. The less powerful I-4-powered Camry is more buttoned down on the road as we noted in a 2015 First Drive review, but like all Camrys, the steering doesn’t have much feel. Read More >>