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2015 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry is the best-selling passenger car in the United States. Introduced by Toyota in 1980, millions of drivers from around the world have purchased this affordable, dependable sedan over the last 33 years, and millions more remain on the road today, a testament to the Camry’s durability and reliability. Initially known as the ‘Celica Camry’, the Camry nameplate was given its own line in 1982. Since that time it’s continued to be a strong seller for Toyota, and has seen a number of significant redesigns over the years. 2015 Toyota Camry would not be a complete redesign; however, enhancements in interior and exterior are expected. Liftback and wagon designs were offered through the 2000 model year. Since that time the Camry has been a sedan offering only, in part because of the rising popularity of minivans and crossover SUVs. Removing the liftback and wagon models from the lineup have not significantly effected sales numbers for the company.

2015 Toyota Camry Engine Specs & Mileage

Like previous model, The 2015 Toyota Camry will be a four-door sedan that seats five adults comfortably, and represents the seventh design generation for this widely respected model. Offered in front-wheel drive only, there are four trims available: L, LE, SE, and XLE. The standard powertrain is a 178-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Six-speed automatic transmission is standard. An optional 268-hp 3.5-liter V6, also with six-speed automatic transmission, is offered for the SE and XLE models, with the SE including paddle shifters as an option. Drivers report that the powertrain provides a very comfortable ride, smooth and responsive. The available power, acceleration, and braking statistics are in the high average for cars in this class. Combined with improved suspension and steering, the 2015 Camry handles like a car that costs more. Solid and zippy, the Camry appeals to a wide range of cost-conscious drivers.

2015 Toyota Camry Features

Standard features on all trim models of the 2015 Toyota Camry include anti-lock brakes, electronic brake assist, stability and traction control, tire pressure monitor, and ten driver and passenger airbags. Connectivity and audio options feature Bluetooth connectivity, touchscreen navigation, HD and satellite radio, and integrated garage door opener. The 2015 Toyota Camry promises a respectable 25 MPG in the city, and 35 MPG on the highway, for a combined 30 MPG overall. Fuel economy and low maintenance cost are two of the many reasons the Toyota Camry is popular with drivers everywhere.

External features include the sleek and form fitting 2011 body redesign, including sealed and highlighted headlights, integrated fog lights, a rear spoiler (SE and XLE models), and an aggressive grill and roof line. Distinctive curved doors and a lowered matte black lower design complete a look that is both stylish and practical. The 2015 Toyota Camry will never be mistaken for a sports car, but is definitely sharp enough to turn heads when compared to other sedans in its class.

The 2014 Toyota Camry L (base model) starts at $22,235. The LE, which features options including a sunroof and alloy wheels, starts at $22,680. The Toyota Camry SE features paddle shifters, improved suspension, and ABS, is offered for $23,400. The top of the line Toyota Camry XLE features all of the above, as well as leather trim and interior, side and curtain airbags, and enhanced audio components. The XLE starts at $24,855. We expect that price of 2015 model year would be higher.

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Release Date of the 2015 Toyota Camry

The 2015 Toyota Camry expected to be released in the United States in September of 2014. There will be no significant design changes, as the model underwent a complete redesign in 2011. Look for all trim models to appear at dealerships by mid-month, and special price considerations will take some of the sting out of an already very reasonable sticker price. Perfect as a first car or a dependable second family vehicle, the 2015 Toyota Camry is sure to continue Toyota’s long domination of the 4-door sedan market, and for good reason.

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