2016 Toyota Camry changes from 2015 Toyota Camry

2016 Toyota Camry vs 2015 Toyota Camry

After thriving with a successful redesign, the 2016 Toyota Camry looks to continue on the success of the its predecessors, thriving as the top-selling midsize sedan in America. While it seems there may not be many 2016 Toyota Camry changes from 2015, the new Camry has a variety of subtle changes.


Do you desire a vehicle with top safety features? Of course, who doesn’t? The IIHS (Institute for Highway Safety) selected the 2016 Toyota Camry as a Top Safety Pick plus thanks to its awesome set of standard safety features: Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TC), Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist.

The 2016 Toyota Camry LE trims offer drivers a well-equipped interior along with a standard touchscreen interface on a 7-inch display along with Toyota’s Entune Audio Plus that now comes standard.

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The interior is as comfortable as ever, with an 8-way power-adjustable heated driver’s seat, rich wood-grain style accents and sound-imaging instruments that take additional measures to dampen sound and improve the Camry’s quiet ride.

An all-new Toyota Camry Special Edition sports a host of unique features not found on other trims levels. A special edition exterior badge, interior stitching, retouched blue meter cluster and ornamentation, and a Qi-compatible wireless charging station round out some of the awesome details found on the 2016 Toyota Camry Special Edition.

Toyota Camry Hybrid

With seven hybrid vehicles on the market, Toyota is dominating the market. And with good reason. The Camry’s Hybrid Synergy drive powertrain, offered on the Camry Hybrid LE, provides an EPA estimated 43 mpg city and 39 on the highway. The Camry Hybrid comes in three different trim levels: LE, XLE, and SE.