The new 2018 Camry improves on last year’s model in styling, safety, features, and fuel economy, but it’s only average in performance, despite a new chassis. It’s powered by a 2.5-liter inline-4 that makes 206 horsepower and manages 32 mpg in most trim levels. A traditional V-6 is still available—many rivals have ditched a bigger engine in favor of turbocharged power trains—and a hybrid power train that returns more than 50 mpg combined. A new 8-speed transmission fitted to the inline-4 and V-6 keeps the Camry creamy on the road.
Its interior is just as comfortable as previous-generation Camry’s and it’s newly styled. The center stack features a prominent boomerang styling element that separates driver and passenger in separate spaces. It’s a sea-change for the Camry that has languished from inoffensive styling for decades.
|Fuel type||Gasoline, Hybrid|
|Exterior Color||Pearl White|