When I was a kid, I was a really lucky fella. My uncle Jack, who was 23 at the time (I was 10 years old), owned a pretty rusty Toyota Camry. It was his birthday present from the family, and he loved it more than anything. He was (and still is to this day) a great guy, so, he used to take me for a ride around town, to the suburbs, to the big city – you name it.
I have to say – he made me feel like his Camry was mine as well. He even let me drive it sometimes (under his guide, of course; he had his hands on the wheel with me all the time). And one of the things that I liked most about the car was its interior. I mean, come on, for a kid my age it was a blast! The smell, the warmth, the engine noise, all those buttons and knobs on the dash board (it wasn’t called that back then) – gotta impress a little guy like me, right?
So, time passed by, we grew up, I’m a big man now, but the three of us – me, my uncle, and Toyota’s Camry still share that special bond. Recently, I bought a 2015 Toyota Camry for myself, and who do you think I called first to take it out for a spin with? Yep, you guessed it. The thing is, I haven’t driven a Camry for a while. They had the 2012 redesign, but I was just waiting for something.
When The Time Is Right
As it turns out, I was waiting for the 2015 edition. And the main reason for that is the new Camry 2015 Interior. It’s edgy, bright, spacious, and reliable. But, for me and my uncle it’s just straight up cool. And not only for a family sedan, or an affordable vehicle. It looks great compared to a lot of big-bad brands out there – that’s an amazing achievement for a car, that never really was about style and coolness. But, with the competition rising, I guess this is the perfect time for Toyota to make a move.
Toyota Camry 2015 Interior Specs And Details
The first thing that catches your eye in the Toyota Camry 2015 Interior is that luxury, almost royal touch. It has been significantly improved, and looks better than ever. The new Toyota Camry 2015 Interior is praised for a quiet ride experience, and a really large rear seat. The door panels and the new dash board also add to the picture. The styling is superb; the materials are high-quality, especially in the XLE and XSE trim levels.
My advice to you: don’t be greedy, and get the higher trims – you’ll have to add in just 1-2K, but it’ll be worth it. Plus, you’ll get heated front seats, leather upholstery, navigation, a 10-speaker audio system, blind-spot monitoring, pre-collision warning, wireless charging, climate control, voice control, and much more. A 6.1-inch screen (with the quickest reaction ever), USB and Bluetooth ports, plus a rearview camera are standard for all trim levels.
Overall, the effort is great, and the Toyota Camry 2015 Interior looks really fresh and up-to-date, and can be a serious rival for Mazda6 and Honda Accord. See also article about Toyota Camry 2015.
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