The 2016 Toyota Camry Progresses Forward While Sticking to Its Roots
After a complete redesign last year, the 2016 Toyota Camry doesn-t see much change. However, the newest Camry does follow the same quest as many previous model years, and that-s to progress forward in the automotive market without abandoning its roots. And with the Camry-s roots – solid quality throughout and reliability, for instance – it-s definitely okay to stick with them. To learn more about the 2016 Camry and all it offers, continue reading.
As a five-passenger midsize sedan with five fully-loaded trim levels, there-s much to love about the newest Camry on the block. In truth, you don-t have to step very far up the lineup to find a worthwhile and truly pleasing trim. In fact, you don-t have to look any further than the base LE. With it comes above-average content, like automatic headlights, heated mirrors and keyless entry. Not only is the equipment good, but so is the technology. In the LE you-ll find features that range from a 6.1-inch Entune touchscreen interface with voice controls and Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity to a six-speaker sound system with CD player and more.
If you-re seeking a bit of fun behind the wheel, you may enjoy the Camry-s SE trim that offers sports appeal in suspension tuning, exterior styling and interior trim elements. Take the SE even further by opting for the new-to-debut Special Edition. Based on the existing SE, the Special Edition shows off more sporty content, such as smoked taillights and larger wheels.
Just as previous models of the Camry, the 2016 offers an interior that is by far one of the most comfortable and spacious in the midsize sedan category. Headroom and legroom is generous in both front and back and all buttons and tech screens are easy to read, as well as use.
While the Camry stands near the top in terms of reliability, comfort and style, it also provides top marks in safety. In government crash testing, the Camry received a perfect five stars in overall crash protection, as well as top scores in all categories by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. One impressive bit of info is the Camry LE-s stop distance of just 116 feet – a very short distance.
Aside from the expected safety year – airbags, rear view camera, anti lock brakes, etc. – there is also a healthy dose of optional safety features. Depending on which trim level of the Camry is chosen, it can be fitted with a blind-spot warning system, rear cross-traffic alert system and lane-departure warning system. There is also a collision mitigation system that is able to warn the driver of an imminent crash and automatically applies the brakes if necessary.
For a sedan that offers it all, opt for the 2016 Toyota Camry. To learn more, visit us in Las Vegas, Nevada.