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2018 Toyota Camry Walk Around


On its new chassis, the 2018 Camry is one inch lower, and a bit longer and wider. It’s sleeker and has a firm stance, but there might be differences of opinion about whether or not it looks more sporty and/or upscale than before. Toyota’s goal was to make it more expressive, and it is that. It’s crisp and racy. It makes the handsome Ford Fusion look a bit pudgy.

Many of the design elements aren’t new, having been introduced on the 2014 Camry when its styling was tweaked. The grille has thin wings that are spread like a gliding hawk, with a Toyota badge where the face of the hawk would be; it’s colored blue on Hybrid models. The sides and rear end have a lot more sculpting.

The sporty SE and XSE get a special nose and rear bumper, along with a small spoiler on the rear deck and shaped sills along the sides.

Interior

Like the exterior, the interior feels more stylish and premium, even on the lower models, thanks to a mix of soft materials and colors. The front seat bottoms have been redesigned, and the touchscreen on the dashboard is bigger.

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