Exterior:Midnight Black Metallic
The Toyota Camry has been the best-selling passenger car in America for 15 straight years, but that doesn’t mean it has also been the best family sedan—quite the contrary. For the first time in many years, it’s a compelling entry in the family-sedan class, one that can compete on more than its reputation for flawless reliability and great resale value. Among the new model’s assets: the most fuel-efficient gasoline engine we’ve ever tested on our highway loop, much improved ride and handling, and nicer interiors. And there’s more: Toyota’s commitment to providing heaps of standard active safety technology holds firm. So what’s new for 2018? Pretty much everything. The new Camry rides for the first time on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, and all three of its powertrains are new, as is the eight-speed automatic transmission pairing with both four-cylinder and V-6 models. Entry-level hybrid models now have a lithium-ion battery pack, a first for the Camry, and the exterior and interior are completely reimagined. Standard features include, forward-collision warning, lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control, automatic climate control. and a leather-trimmed steering wheel with paddle shifters.