Overview (Final Score: A)

The Toyota Camry hasn’t seen a lot of change in several years, but there wasn’t much that needed upgrading. A sales dip in 2016 might grab Toyota’s attention and demand an upgrade soon, but even with that drop, the Camry remains the best-selling car in America. By a wide margin. And there’s good reason for that.

The 2017 Toyota Camry is offered with two engine choices and a Hybrid model option. Shoppers new to the Camry will find that it’s ergonomics, roomy interior and excellent reliability expectation are all strong selling points.

The midsize sedan market is one of the busiest in terms of sales and competition. Chief competitors to the 2017 Toyota Camry are the Nissan Altima, the Ford Fusion and the Mazda Mazda6.

The 2017 Camry is a 5-seat midsize sedan. We recommend shoppers seriously consider the Camry Hybrid model as the best option because of its wonderful drive dynamic and high real-world efficiency return.

What We Love About the 2017 Toyota Camry:

  • Sets the benchmark for interior expectation for the midsize market
  • Excellent efficiency and drive in the Hybrid model
  • Strong safety and reliability

 

What We Don’t Love About the 2017 Toyota Camry:

  • Infotainment beginning to become outdated
  • Not the looker that some competitors are
  • Drive dynamic in 4-cylinder model is blasé

 

Learn more about the 2017 Camry and see more pics in the full REVIEW Here.

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