It doesn’t use exotic, lightweight materials.
It doesn’t have a clever electric powertrain.
But the Toyota Camry is undoubtedly one of the most important cars we’ll ever review, if only because Toyota sells so damn many of them.
The Camry is now in its eighth generation, and Toyota says this one is sportier and more upscale than Camrys of old. However, after a week with one—the $32,250 V6 XSE—I’m left with one conclusion: there are evidently an awful lot of car buyers out there who just don’t care much about their cars.
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