The all-new Toyota Camry

Car Review: Toyota’s popular Camry undergoes a major update

Driveway car expert Zack Spencer takes a look at the Camry down south, at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina.

Charlotte, North Carolina.

The launch for the heavily updated Toyota Camry took place here in the heart of NASCAR country.

Along the drive route, there were several NASCAR stops, one at the Hall of Fame, and another at Joe Gibbs Racing and a third at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. This was all to emphasize just how American the Camry has become. The chief engineer of the 2015 Camry is from Michigan, not Japan, as was the case with the rest of the crew that updated over 2000 parts on this latest sedan. The car is Toyota’s cornerstone in the United States, thanks in part to the association the brand and the car has with the immensely popular NASCAR series and the long reputation it has for reliability and value. It is the most popular passenger car in North America and number one in the United States.

However, that is not the case in Canada, where it lies third in the Toyota lineup behind the Corolla and RAV4.

… Read more about the Toyota Camry in Zack Spencer’s review on Driveway Canada.

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VIDEO: 2015 Toyota Camry Review by Motormouth Canada

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