2015 Toyota Camry Photo Gallery (24 Photos)

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Toyota last updated its best-selling sedan for model-year 2012, and the Camry is getting another makeover for 2015. The sedan grows in length by 1.8 inches this year, and Toyota says it's new from the ground up — the only carryover component is the roof.

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The sedan's overall look is sportier; a wider, more prominent grille and available LED low- and high-beam headlights are hard to miss.

Check out the gallery below; Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

By Jennifer Geiger | April 16, 2014 | Comments (2)

2015 Toyota Camry: First Look (56 Photos)

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Competes with: Ford Fusion, Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata

Looks like: The Toyota Highlander's grille found a new home

Drivetrain: 2.5-liter four-cylinder, 3.5-liter V-6, six-speed automatic transmission; hybrid with 2.5-liter four-cylinder and CVT

Hits dealerships: Fall 2014

Toyota didn't wait long to redesign the Camry, the best-selling sedan for the last 12 years. The Camry was previously tweaked for the 2012 model year. This time, though, Toyota says it has rebuilt the Camry from the ground up with more than 2,000 new parts. The roof is the only unchanged part of its exterior, according to the automaker.

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Much of the 2015's focus is on a sportier experience in both the style and driving performance. The current Camry SE trim level is the sportiest variant, accounting for 45 percent of Camry sales, which Toyota took as a hint that its buyers want sportier models. A new XSE trim level tops the SE as the most sporting with unique hardware, while the Camry Hybrid now has its own SE version.

By Joe Bruzek | April 16, 2014 | Comments (29)

Toyota Promises Camry Safety Fix

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We already know that Toyota is planning to update its midsize sedan for the 2015 model year, and now we know why. The Detroit News is reporting that the automaker plans to change its best-selling sedan to address the Camry's poor crash test scores.

The 2013 Camry failed the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's newest and toughest test, the small front overlap crash, receiving a poor rating. However, Bill Fay, head of the Toyota division in the United States, stressed that the sedan is still an IIHS Top Safety Pick. Cars need to score good in the conventional front, side, rear and roof-strength tests to earn the Top Safety Pick designation, but have to pull in an acceptable or better in the small front overlap test to get the new Top Safety Pick Plus award.

By Jennifer Geiger | December 11, 2013 | Comments (8)

Does the 2013 Toyota Camry SE Have an Upgraded Stereo?

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By Rick Popely | November 30, 2013 | Comments (1)

Top 10 Best-Selling Cars: October 2013

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As experts largely predicted, car shoppers shook off any hesitation from the federal government shutdown and bought enough new cars in the second half of October to drive the auto industry up about 11 percent by Halloween, judging by numbers from the largest seven automakers.

The Detroit Three led the pack, with sales up 13.9 percent. Nissan, Toyota and Honda gained 9.5 percent, while Hyundai-Kia were nearly flat with a 0.6 percent increase.

"Consumers showed resiliency in October with steady auto sales despite headwinds caused by the government shutdown," Toyota division GM Bill Fay said in a statement. Sales for the automaker's best-selling Camry ebbed, but a redesigned Corolla lifted Toyota's numbers. Honda saw a larger boom in the Civic, while shoppers shied away from the Accord; both cars had a strong October 2012. Nissan's popular Altima, meanwhile, fell 11.5 percent.

By Kelsey Mays | November 1, 2013 | Comments (11)

Jury Finds 'Reckless Disregard' in Toyota Unintended-Acceleration Death

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Following a California court victory earlier this month that Toyota had hoped would be a good omen in its unintended-acceleration debacle, a jury in Oklahoma City on Thursday found the automaker liable for the death of one woman and the serious injury of another in a 2007 crash. According to the Los Angeles Times, the jury ordered Toyota to pay $3 million in compensatory damages to both victims' families, with unspecified punitive damages still to come based on the jury's finding that the automaker exhibited "reckless disregard" in its response to a faulty electronic throttle system.

By Matt Schmitz | October 25, 2013 | Comments (3)

Jury Finds Toyota Not Liable in Camry Driver's Death

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After a string of federal penalties and settlements topping $1 billion, all pertaining to Toyota's unintended-acceleration recalls, the automaker scored a victory this week in Superior Court in Los Angeles. A jury ruled that Toyota was not liable for the death of a California woman killed in a 2009 car crash.

The suit had claimed that Noriko Uno died because her 2006 Toyota Camry lacked a brake override system when she was struck by another vehicle before hitting a telephone pole and a tree. The family was seeking $20 million in damages, saying the accident could have been averted if the Camry was equipped with brake override.

By Matt Schmitz | October 11, 2013 | Comments (9)

Cars.com Reviews the 2013 Toyota Camry

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The cliche tells us less is more, and so it goes with the 2013 Toyota Camry as it pertains to cylinders. Cars.com Managing Editor David Thomas says added oomph from the sportier Camry SE's 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 reveals shortcomings not evident in the midsize sedan's four-cylinder version. It provides plenty of passing power, but that's at the expense of both fuel economy and ride quality. Meanwhile, lackluster cabin materials might make you wonder why you didn’t just save yourself some money and buy a Corolla instead. Read Thomas' review and decide.

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By Matt Schmitz | June 18, 2013 | Comments (0)

2013 Toyota Camry SE Video

If the adage that "it's the thought that counts" held true for automakers, Toyota's offering of its best-selling midsize sedan for buyers seeking a sportier driving experience would have been awfully thoughtful. Cars.com reviewer Mike Hanley says the 2013 Camry SE offers all the regular Camry's customary comfort, roominess and general practicality with the added benefit of a V-6 for zippier highway driving. Unfortunately, numb handling doesn't realize the aspirations of the more aggressive suspension and firm ride — and don't get Hanley started on that phony-looking metal trim inside. Watch the video above.

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By Matt Schmitz | June 3, 2013 | Comments (1)

Top 10 Best-Selling Cars: May 2012

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Toyota dominated the sales landscape last month, with May sales up nearly 90%. That's versus a weak May 2011, when Japan's earthquake and tsunami had shoppers thinking Toyota, Lexus and Scion showrooms would have few cars in stock. It actually wasn't the case, noted Toyota spokeswoman Carly Shaffner; Automotive News data show Toyota maintained higher inventory in May 2011 then it did this past May, but the perception dried up demand and the automaker lost a third of its sales. Last month, it more than made them back: Camry and RAV4 sales more than doubled, Corolla/Matrix sales jumped 87.5% and Prius sales tripled. Even sales for the Lexus RX, which topped last month's Buzz Index, gained 82.1%.

Toyota wasn't the only mover.

By Kelsey Mays | June 1, 2012 | Comments (11)

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