For 2014, the only significant change is that the audio system now carries the brand's Entune branding. The 2015 takes all the small things and refines it which makes a huge difference. Inside, there's more to be said, as the Camry not only gets better materials and detailing throughout, but its new dual-tier instrument panel and corners that are pushed outward—in a sort of anti-cockpit layout—help amplify interior space. The interior is a little bland. Ride comfort is impressive, and trunk space is improved due to the boxier corners. Both engines are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. What it ended up with, for better or worse, was a car that looked very much like the outgoing version, but with a more upright front end, a few more creases, boxier corners, and a slightly different roofline.
It slides a bit in the snow. That's probably not the intended purpose of the trunk, though, and there's plenty of space for large suitcases or a big family's grocery run. Compared to many of the more curvaceous alternatives in the mid-size sedan segment, the Camry looks a little more angular, a little more upright. My previous car set up kind of high. The Camry comes standard with a 2.
I've recommended it to all my friends. Its many competitors include the , and. How Does the 2014 Toyota Camry Compare to Other Mid-Size Sedans? Standard features include 16-inch steel wheels, body-colored side mirrors, front bucket seats, power windows, cruise control and Bluetooth connectivity. And you get downshift rev-matching and steering-wheel paddle-shifters that help heighten the experience when it counts. For the most part, Toyota holds true on that design promise inside.
Definitely an upgrade from my 2006 Nissan Altima. Would I buy it again? Standard features include 16-inch steel wheels, body-colored side mirrors, front bucket seats, power windows, cruise control and Bluetooth connectivity. The Toyota Camry has been the best-selling passenger car in America for a few years. I expect the Camry to be reliable and. The 2014 Toyota Camry is a front-wheel-drive, mid-size family sedan with seating for five. Standard safety amenities include 10 airbags, an electronic stability system and all-disc antilock brakes. To some, it's a snooze, but we think it's refreshingly different for bucking a trend and taking function and rear headroom and trunk space over form.
Although I've only had the car for one week tomorrow , the drive home and to another dealer put on mud guards and wheel locks , was really smooth. What's New on the 2014 Toyota Camry? What Is the 2014 Toyota Camry? Both engines are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. Toyota reclaimed one of the top spots among mid-size sedans, with ten standard airbags plus top overall ratings from both U. The dash is pushed forward and the corners outward, making the cabin feel more open and less cramped. A blind spot warning system and rear cross-traffic alert are optional. Fuel economy has become a higher priority for mainstream shoppers today, and the Camry's engines range from fast and thirsty to smart and frugal. The cargo area in the trunk is also impressive, and the rear seats fold down when needed.
The 2014 Toyota Camry drives in much the same fashion as it looks—a little conservative, a little reserved, but comfortable in a way that will please the masses. The 2015 takes all the small things and refines it which makes a huge difference. For those wanting a little more power under the hood, there is an available 3. The 2014 Toyota Camry is surprisingly quiet and well isolated from road and engine noise, thanks in part to added sound insulation and more layers of metal at the firewall. A bigger trunk and a fold-down seat, as mine only has a pass-through. Taller adults will appreciate the rear legroom in the 2014 Camry, too. From the front seats, the Camry feels more spacious than many of its competitors and their cockpit-influenced interiors.
It's not the first sedan we recommend, though. Crash test scores have improved following the Camry's redesign in 2012. Subtlety isn't a bad thing here, though, but one of the Camry's strong suits. What Features on the 2014 Toyota Camry Are Most Important? This is a great car. Push the Camry hard into a corner and there's still a fair amount of body lean, as well as lots of roll; what has changed is that it deals with recoveries and transitions a bit better; combined with a reconfigured electric power steering system the net effect is that it's a bit more nimble—particularly in four-cylinder form. Thanks to some very significant weight savings, the base four-cylinder Camry performs better than ever, while the V-6 fills a niche for those wanting a particularly strong, refined yet still budget-priced sedan. I was impressed with the way a 6 foot tall middle aged body fit in the drivers seat.
Although there are other competitors in the class that deserve a look, the Camry is still recommended for its comfort and space. They get an Atkinson-cycle version of the four, making 156 hp and 156 lb-ft, with output being 200 horsepower altogether. In fact, if you're not in tune with the subtle exterior changes that came in new models, you might not be able to tell the current generation Camry from the previous one. There's also a limited-availability, base L model that you're more likely to see in rental-car fleets than on the new-car lot. After one year there have been no problems.
That's not to say that the entire Camry lineup is a yawn to drive, though; there's at least one hidden gem that looks and feels a little sportier. I love the back-up camera. I traded a 2006 Prius for this 2014 Camry Hybrid. A blind spot warning system and rear cross-traffic alert are optional. The Camry maintained the same dimensions as the previous model, save for a few tweaks to the roofline and greenhouse. It feels like a luxury car more than a Camry. Toyota's advanced Entune system is also available, bringing a suite of connected services, including access to Pandora streaming audio, for example.