What is the Difference Between the 2015 and 2016 Camry?

November 19th, 2015 by

NY Camry Changes | New York Toyota Dealer

The Toyota Camry has been turning heads and defining the elegant car class for over a decade, and the latest generation of this classic is no exception. The 2015 Toyota Camry provided a major re-design for the model, and as expected a full change in the look was not likely for 2016. There are a lot of differences, however, so let’s take a look and compare.

The base LE models will see a nice multi-information display to replace some analog functions. Remaining Camry models will utilize a standard 7-inch color touch screen interface with Toyota’s Entune® Audio Plus for sound and a range of other controls. Inside the Camry will also change with an upgrade in fabric selection for the Camry SE models, a change that should make the seating more comfortable for you and your passengers.

What is the Difference Between the 2015 and 2016 Camry?

Some exciting options are also available. The LE models will have available 16-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels to add a nice sporty exterior look. The Entune® Audio Plus has an available Connected Navigation App to help you plan your next trip.

Perhaps the biggest change in the Camry lineup for 2016 is the addition of the stylish Special Edition. Toyota is offering two new colors in the Special Edition trim, Blue Streak Metallic and Blizzard Pearl. The model is distinctive with its 18-inch gloss black machine-faced alloy wheels. The Special Edition also includes an elegant dark blue interior with accents, and features many owners enjoy such as the Toyota Smart Key system and push-button start.

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