The 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid is the most engaging car in the Camry lineup, not due to performance driving characteristics but for the sheer cleverness of its hybrid drivetrain and excellent fuel economy, while its roomy sedan body and app integration give it modern all-around utility.
The 2015 Toyota Camry features significant upgrades in connected cabin electronics and driver assistance features -- all worthwhile options -- but Toyota hasn't moved the needle on its gasoline engine options over the previous generation.
The 2012 Toyota Camry XLE lives up to the solid reputation of the model, but the new Entune system's problems kept it from cabin tech excellence. Overall, the Camry Hybrid seems a much better bet for fuel economy and power.
The value-oriented brand has given up the ghost, but most of its models will live on with a Toyota badge.
The Entune-powered 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE offers perhaps the best blend of performance, efficiency, and cabin comfort in Toyota's portfolio of vehicles.
Toyota's conservative attitude toward innovation keeps the 2011 Camry from taking advantage of newer engine and cabin technologies.
Scion, Toyota's so-called "youth brand" is being shuttered, but many of its models will live to sell another day, albeit with Toyota badging. Here's why that's probably great for sales.
With a hybrid drivetrain delivering 40 mpg average and useful app integration wrapped in a spacious and attractive sedan body, the 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid is the best in the lineup.
The 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid features a whole new look, and carries over its excellent gasoline-electric drivetrain.
Stop making fun of the Camry: It's no 3 Series, but it's not trying to be.