Consumer Reports Unimpressed by Evolution of 2015 Toyota Camry

While the change in style for the 2015 Toyota Camry is not hard to spot, along with the fact that it is for the better, Consumer Reports says it’s still not enough. Checking out the car at the New York motor show, they show moderate appreciation for what’s new, but don’t hesitate to point out what’s still stale about its formula.

Firstly, Toyota has succeeded in improving the impression the Camry leaves on the observer. The car has clean front end design (that’s vaguely reminiscent of the new Chrysler 200), while the side profile is all-but identical to what it was before (the old car’s roof structure is retained) and the rear… well the rear is clearly that of a modern Toyota sedan, but it does the exact opposite of exciting.

There’s nothing offensive about it, but it doesn’t attract either. Check it out in the video below!

By Andrei Nedelea


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