Toyota Camry Interior
The 2015 Toyota Camry’s redesigned interior has been greatly improved and now mostly matches what the competition offers, critics say. They appreciate the contemporary styling and quality materials, especially in higher XSE and XLE trims. However, a few complain that the lower trims still look dreary compared to rivals. The Camry’s large rear seat and quiet ride earn praise from automotive journalists, as do its user-friendly infotainment system controls.
- "The dollar investment in higher-quality and plusher materials is undeniable, and gives the 2015 Camry a fighting chance against its competition." -- Road and Track
- "A new dashboard and door panels make the Camry look far more modern and the materials are improved throughout. There are a few bits of cheap-looking plastic here and there, but there mostly in out-of-the-way places where they won't bother you. Get into the higher trims including XSE and XLE and you'll find even better materials and more stylish contrast stitching." -- Motor Trend
- "Across all trim levels, the finishes are generally attractive, although we would prefer fewer satin-chrome pieces. The XSE's microsuede seat and door inserts are right on the money." -- Automobile Magazine
- "While entry-level Camry models benefit from a few new upscale interior materials, these trims still don't feel quite as special as rivals like the Honda Accord and Mazda6. This is largely because of the overall interior look, which remains a bit dull." -- AutoTrader
The 2015 Toyota Camry seats five and comes standard with an eight-way power-adjustable driver seat. Available features include heated front seats and a four-way power-adjustable passenger seat. The base LE trim has cloth upholstery, the SE has faux leather, the XSE has faux suede and the XLE has leather. Test drivers report that the Camry has one of the quietest cabins in the class. They also say that it has a huge rear seat, with ample head- and legroom for tall passengers.
- "Camry is definitely among the best in class in terms of a hushed cabin." -- Consumer Guide
- "The backseat remains one of the most spacious in the segment, with abundant leg- and headroom for 6-footers and an open greenhouse that doesn't make your aft passengers feel claustrophobic." -- Edmunds
- "Toyota says increased insulation helps make these the quietest Camrys ever, a claim we found easy to believe while on the road." -- Kelley Blue Book
- "Whichever trim you choose, the backseat is palatial, providing ample leg and headroom along with excellent under-thigh support for taller passengers. You can certainly buy a bigger sedan than the Camry (Toyota's own Avalon comes to mind), but you probably won't need more rear passenger space than this." -- AutoTrader (2014)
Standard features in the 2015 Toyota Camry include a rearview camera and Toyota’s voice-activated Entune audio system, which includes a 6.1-inch touch screen, six speakers, a USB port and Bluetooth. Available features include a moonroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, push-button start, smartphone app integration, navigation, satellite radio, a 10-speaker JBL audio system and blind spot monitoring. Newly available features for 2015 include adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, pre-collision warning, rear cross traffic warning and a wireless charging mat for smartphones.
Test drivers write that the audio and climate buttons on the Camry’s dashboard are big and easy to find while driving. They say the touch screen has large and intuitive on-screen buttons that react quickly when you touch them, which is a welcome improvement over many rival systems. Reviewers add that pairing a smartphone via Bluetooth is easy, and that the voice recognition system understands commands quite well.
- "The overall dashboard layout isn't much different than before, but that's OK... we've got no quarrel with the Camry's simple, straightforward controls. We especially appreciate Toyota's tendency toward large buttons, which are especially easy to see and use while driving. This also holds true for the virtual ‘buttons’ of the intuitive touchscreen system." -- Consumer Guide
- "Those touchscreens feature the same new menu design and structure as those found in the 2014 Toyota Highlander and are quite user-friendly." -- Edmunds
- "The touchscreen reacts immediately to your inputs with none of the lag so common to these car-based systems. The user interface is simple and intuitive, the voice recognition works very well, and pairing your phone via Bluetooth is a snap." -- Motor Trend
- "Want to change the time? Touch the clock. That's just an example of the intuitive interface, which I think UI engineers at a couple of German companies should study." -- Road and Track
The 2015 Toyota Camry has 15.4 cubic feet of trunk space, which is about average for the class. Reviewers report that the Camry’s trunk offers plenty of space to stow luggage for you and your passengers.
- "The trunk, at 15.4 cubic feet, is large and sensibly shaped." -- Edmunds
- "If those passengers need to carry some gear they'll find the trunk is more than ample. …" -- Kelley Blue Book (2014)
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