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The Arrival of the 2015 Toyota Camry

2015 Toyota Camry
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The 2014 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) brought auto enthusiasts and critics to the Big Apple to celebrate the debuts of many new concept vehicles, along with new variations of existing models that will be manufactured in the very near future. The team from Toyota brought their A game and took advantage of their time in the spotlight, revealing the all-new 2015 Toyota Camry in all of its redesigned and game-changing glory.

Many know of the immense popularity and tradition that comes with the Camry, especially in the U.S. The county’s best-selling vehicle for over a decade, the Camry carries with it a mantle of reliability and quality that is unmatched by any other model in the industry. One knock on the historic vehicle has always been its style, which always seems to be dismissed as  “behind the times” no matter the year. No more. The 2015 Camry shows a new side of the mid-size sedan that the world has never seen before, and we love it.

When the sedan rolled out onto the floor at the NYIAS, jaws dropped. The team at Toyota increased the length and width of the new Camry to give it a more aggressive stance, while creating new exterior lines to show off its athleticism and style. A gaping, trapezoidal front grille looks as if it is ready to eat the road ahead, and new performance struts and increased rigidity make the sedan more agile and lighter on its wheels.

With premium interior materials, the latest in Toyota safety and entertainment technology, and the same reliable engines as its predecessors, the 2015 Camry should prove to be a continuation of the greatness that we’ve come to expect from the Camry lineup.

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