The new Camry offers sleeker styling, but it's the improved fuel economy and handling, plus standard advanced safety systems, that distinguish it among the crowd of midsized sedans. The Camry has long held the distinction as a competent, well-rounded and pleasant family sedan. However, it gets a bad rap among critics as unexciting.
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The new Camry offers sleeker styling, but it's the improved fuel economy and handling, plus standard advanced safety systems, that distinguish it among the crowd of midsized sedans.

The Camry has long held the distinction as a competent, well-rounded and pleasant family sedan. However, it gets a bad rap among critics as unexciting. To address that perception, the redesign brings snazzier styling and slightly nimbler handling. The end result is mixed, but the Camry remains a competitive midsized sedan.

Based on an all-new global platform shared with the C-HR and Prius, the eighth-generation Camry is lighter on its feet in the corners, but the lower stance compromises access to the cabin.

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The LE hybrid is the best version with its 47 mpg, no compromise to acceleration or trunk space, and a quieter engine. Additional benefits include standard automatic climate control, heated seats and electronic parking brake, all for around $29,000. Note that the LE hybrid gets better fuel economy...
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