need a new DD...like the looks exterior and interior of the 2011 better....but i heard the 2012 drives and handles better....anyone have any experiences?
You're not going to be driving it anywhere where you will notice a significant difference between the two. I'd go with the one that appeals more to you in looks/comfort.like the looks exterior and interior of the 2011 better....but i heard the 2012 drives and handles better
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Does the 2012 have a built in Playstation controller on the steering wheel
I own an 11 LE love it for its intended purpose...
that being said, given the choice I'd go with th 12
I work for a yota dealer and have had a bunch of seat timein both.
the 12 feels better all around, from switches to the feel of the materials to a slightly better ride and fuel economy.. Price on the 12 should be the same or lower given the options
As much as I love Toyota trucks, SUVs and Crossovers I just can't seem to feel any enthusiasm for their cars. Well the FR-S being the exception. The Camry while fast, roomy and utterly reliable just leaves me ... bored. Then again I'm not a massive fan of any other mainstream mid-size offering either so perhaps it's the entire genre I hate.
I've always like the 2011 generation of the Camry. Love the simplicity of it. Just about perfect for it's intended purpose. Comfy, soft riding, good on gas, and IMO, conservatively good looking. Unique even. Just a solid car all around, and maybe underrated.
And the interior may be plain, but it's far from "cheap".
It felt REALLY cheap to me. At any rate, I just didn't understand why people specifically seek out a Camry when there are a million other choices in the midsize field, all of which offer something over the Camry's stunning lack of character. There was once a day when the Camry was a cut above in quality, but it just no longer is. That day ended in 1996.
I've been daily driving a Miata for the past 7 years so I really have trouble understanding the idea that any car for any purpose justifies being, not just boring, but boring for no reason. You can get a Fusion, Altima, or Optima and it does every single "daily driver" thing just as good or better, AND it looks nice and drives nice.
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