Toyota gives its Camry model new styling and cabin electronics for the 2015 model year.

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The front end in particular gets a style upgrade.

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Despite the changes, the Camry remains Toyota's bread-and-butter mid-size sedan.

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Unchanged are the engine options. Seen here is the 3.5-liter V-6.

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With room for five and trunk space, the Camry makes for a solid all-around family car.

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Stabilizer bars in the front and rear suspension structures keep the Camry composed when cornering.

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Trunk volume is rated at 15.4 cubic feet.

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Toyota is not so daring as to offer a panoramic sunroof.

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Interior styling is clean and elegant in this Camry XLE model.

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Lighted rocker panels are a smart addition.

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In XLE trim, the Camry offers power adjustable front seats.

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The rear bench offers good head and legroom.

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Toyota includes a touchscreen LCD as standard, although navigation comes extra.

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Electric power steering is responsive, with good weight at the wheel.

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A display on the instrument cluster shows trip data, navigation, stereo and other information.

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The six-speed automatic includes a mostly useless Sport mode and manual gear selection, which could come in handy on hill descents.

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Toyota's new touchscreen head unit includes buttons for audio and apps, but not navigation.

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The Qi wireless charging pad sits in a compartment at the front of the console.

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Toyota has gone to an app paradigm for the car's cabin tech features, similar to most smartphones.

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Subsequent menu screens in the  Camry show third-party apps integrated through Toyota Entune.

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The Entune app runs on a smartphone paired to the car, and gives drivers access to app services through the car's interface.

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Bing is useful for finding destinations with a freeform online search.

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The Camry shows perspective view maps, rather than just the 2D maps of previous generations.

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This traffic prediction map shows what traffic conditions might look like up to 45 minutes in the future.

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Voice command works for most of the car's systems, including integrated Entune apps.

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Toyota includes all audio sources, from radio to brought-in media to apps, on one screen.

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The music library interface offers a quick search by letter.

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The current track screen shows album art.

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The premium JBL GreenEdge audio system available in the Camry produces crisp, clear sound.

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The hands-free Bluetooth phone system offers typical features, showing the phone's contact list.

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The back-up camera includes distance lines, but no trajectory lines, which would curve to show the vehicle's path depending on steering angle.

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