2010 Toyota Camry

    (19 Reviews)

    $19,395 - $29,045

    2010 Toyota Camry Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Toyota Camry

    • The latest edition of America's best-selling car has more of everything, which has to be scary for the competition. This Camry has a better interior, less bland styling, and superior power trains than before.

      - Consumer Guide
    • Since its debut in the United States nearly 25 years ago, the Camry has earned a reputation for smart design, pleasing function, build quality and durability. It's not all hype.

      - New Car Test Drive

    What reviewers liked least about the Toyota Camry

    • Again, all pleasant enough and functional enough, but it's duller than an empty office cubicle.

      - AutoWeek

    Toyota Camry Comparisons

    • ...but the Toyota's six-speed automatic, replete with the seamless and swift manual mode, outclasses the Accord's five-speed, which seems as refined but misses the connectedness of full manual control.

      - Motor Trend

    Best one-liner about the Toyota Camry

    • Toyota takes pains to keep the price of the up-level Camry under $30K, while it carefully positions its hybrid version against the domestic competition in price.

      - Edmunds.com

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