| CarReview's opinion of the 2010 Toyota Camry|
- A much needed bump in power of 11 hp
- Resale value and reliability make Camry a safer investment than the S&P 500
- Auto up/down for ALL four window switches
- Missing iPod and iPhone interface
- Hard plastic steering wheel and too many interior hard plastic surfaces
- Driving excitement on the same level as doing your laundry
The 2010 Toyota Camry received an appearance update and an increase in power. With its refresh, the Toyota Camry continues along the path of being a solid, contemporary car that offers middle-of-the-road performance, styling, and comfort.
For 2010, the Camry receives a midcycle rejuvenation. Most notably, the base four-cylinder engine increases in size from 2.4 to 2.5 liters, with a corresponding 11-hp bump (21 hp on the SE). Now, both the manual and automatic transmissions have six speeds instead of five. Other changes include a restyled grille and taillights, a new optional audio system with satellite radio and Bluetooth® for base and LE models, and auto up/down windows all around. Finally, stability control is now standard across the model range for improved safety.
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