One of the many things that are important when driving, whether it’s for business or pleasure, is a comfortable ride in an interior loaded with features that focus on the needs of both the driver and the passengers. The 2018 Toyota Camry is one of those cars that can make any journey a pleasant experience from start to finish.
The 2018 Camry has focused on comfort for passengers and the driver by redesigning the seats to provide more support for an enjoyable ride. The spacious cabin offers plenty of room with its futuristic design and ample storage space for your shopping or road trips. Front and backseat entry is easy with enough leg and head room for a comfortable ride.
Compared to competitors, the interior sound-level check on the 2018 Toyota Camry SE at 70 mph showed that the car filtered out more noise than other cars in its class.
Optional features to consider include a power driver’s seat, front passenger power seat, lumbar support for the driver’s seat, one-zone climate control, and heated front seats.
An asymmetrical center console offers easy access to the new cutting-edge multimedia system with hands-on knobs and buttons for complete command at your fingertips. The swooping design of the console is perfectly designed to allow more knee space for the driver. The flip-down center console in the backseat provides a comfortable armrest and two slots for beverages.
Depending on the trim, drivers can engage in adaptive cruise control and have access to the blind spot warning system. Standard features include a tilting-and-telescoping steering column.
Staying fueled up is another convenience, because the Camry offers excellent fuel economy. Depending on the trim, the 2018 Camry achieves up to 34 mpg with a gasoline engine and up to 52 mpg with a hybrid.
The Entune 3.0 system is standard, and the Camry is also available with a smartphone-based navigation app. In addition to driving directions, this app provides traffic information and over-the-air updates.
Standard infotainment features include an auxiliary input, Bluetooth audio, Bluetooth phone, voice command, and USB ports. The L, LE, and SE trims are equipped with one USB port conveniently located on the center console. The XSE and XLE models have three USB ports for added connectivity. Optional features include 4G LTE, mobile Wi-Fi, real-time traffic, real-time weather, and navigation.
With new technology available, both standard and upper-tier trims have the advantage of features such as a pre-collision warning system to support safer driving. Additional features include an audio/visual navigation system to keep you going in the right direction. An overhead 360-degree camera provides clear views to assist with parking. A head-up display, DRCC (dynamic radar cruise control), and lane departure alert also improve safety, and in-car 4G LTE wireless internet keeps everyone connected.
If you prefer a car with classic styling blended with sleek detailing and plenty of power and personality, you’ll find that the 2018 Camry has all that and more.
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