About Toyota Camry
The Camry is a mainstay of the midsize sedan segment, which has been losing both entries and sales in recent years as the world has embraced SUVs. Nevertheless, while the market has changed the Camry has continued to top the sales charts as the number-one selling passenger cars, a spot it’s held for the past twenty years. It has a well-earned reputation reliability, and it offers a hybridized version that returns exceptional fuel economy. The current generation of the Camry borders on stylish, especially when optioned with the Nightshade package—which adds bronze wheels for 2023—or the sporty-looking TRD trim. And while many of the Camry’s rivals, such as the Honda Accord and the Hyundai Sonata, have moved to four-cylinder lineups, Toyota’s midsize sedan can still be had with an optional 301-hp V-6. While it’s far from an exciting car to drive, its safety features, economical engines, and spacious interior make it a competent and easy-to-live with daily driver.