The interior, long one of the faults of the Camry, is now one of its strengths. The redesigned layout generates more rear-seat space than ever before, in large part to a thin profile front seat design. Driving and riding is comfortable, and the trunk space is noticeably improved over much of the competition - one of the odd perks of a more boxy rear-end design. Upgrading to the SE trim level is worth the price for the improvement in the front seats alone - which are better supported and far more comfortable. The instruments are lain out in a two-tier arrangement which is both logical and a space saver - and something of a deviation from what the trend is.
Overall, the Camry remains a reliable, safe, and rock-solid mid-sized entry-level sedan. Drives won't be blown away by much of anything, bu the overall performance more than makes up for any lackluster driving impressions. Options and trims levels abound, allowing buyers to customize their Camry to their specifications. Whether you need a reliable commuter car, a family sedan, or something large enough to haul around five adults, the Camry will do the job well.