The redesigned Toyota Camry has been rebuilt to make it an even better car than its processor. The engineering and design tweaks show a fresh start into the decade.
On the outside, the 2010 Camry receives a new front bumper with enlarged air intakes, upgraded headlamps and a set of restyled taillights. The XLE model includes 16-inch, ten-spoke toyota wheels, while the SE rolls on 17-inch hoops and the base LE makes due with wheel covers. Inside, a new optional stereo with USB port, Bluetooth, satellite radio, single CD and MP3 capability is fitted, and Vehicle Stability Control is now standard on all models. The Camry Hybrid gets a slightly renewed interior, along with a new gauge cluster and silk protein/synthetic fiber cloth seats. All of these new features are made possible with Toyota Camry Parts.
Under the hood of the base Camry, LE and XLE models is a refreshed, 169-hp 2.5-liter engine. The SE model uses the same engine, but comes packing another 21 hp and can be used with either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic gearbox. Both the 268-hp, 3.5-liter V6 and the hybrid drivetrains soldier on unchanged.