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Toyota Camry Review

Editorial Test Drive Review of Toyota Camry

Launched in 2012, the new Toyota Camry is a big leap over the previous one. In design terms looks a pure Toyota and you cannot mistake it for anything else. Compared to rivals like the Honda Accord it is not as sharp to look at but manages to look extremely elegant. One thing for sure thanks to its size it looks bigger than the current one and has more presence.

That’s what matters, respect on the road and the new Camry gives you that in truckloads.

The design of the interiors is conservative but it’s all high quality and the sense of solidity and luxury is maintained all throughout the cabin. The four spoke steering is covered with faux-wood finish and also features controls for audio and Bluetooth. The dash houses a touch screen DVD display and audio with CD/MP3, USB, Aux-in and Bluetooth connectivity.

Other goodies include keyless entry, push button start/stop, rain-sensing wipers, rear AC vents, front and rear parking sensors, smart entry system and dual zone climate control. A neat feature in the new Camry is that the passenger front seat has an extra set of buttons so that it enables the rear passenger or the driver to move the seat when no one is sitting. The rear seat has perfect under thigh support and headroom too is excellent.

The new Camry is powered by a 2.5 litre four cylinder petrol engine producing 180 bhp @ 6000 rpm and 233Nm of torque @ 4100 rpm. The last gen Camry had 166 bhp in comparison. The new Camry is all about a silent and relaxed drive. The 6-speed automatic transmission is smooth. The new Camry also has an Eco drive indicator, which gives update whether we are driving in Eco mode or not.

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We tried driving in eco mode for some time but the temptation to whip the 2.5 litre engine was too much to ignore. However in our ‘Eco’ driving time we managed 7.5 kmpl. The ride is simply fantastic and the soft suspension just swallows everything in its path.

In terms of handling, it’s actually very good for a large and heavy car.

The steering is just as you expect- light and direct. Yes it is not as nimble as a Superb but it is vastly better than the previous Camry for sure. In safety department you get ABS with EBD, driver/passenger airbags, seat belt warning. The new Camry is a very good saloon and is significantly better than the one it replaces as it does exactly what the customer demands.

The biggest stumbling block though is the lack of a diesel something which rivals like the Skoda Superb and VW Passat have. Priced at 23.8 lakhs (ex-showroom, New Delhi), the new Camry is not cheap (blame the weak rupee, it could have been cheaper) and not short of credible rivals but look closer and it’s the perfect luxury car to have from one of the most reliable brands in the world. For a detailed analysis read below-

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