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|2010 Toyota Camry
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by Derek Mau
- 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
Toyota has had its share of ups and downs lately, but popularity of their #1 sedan remains strong. The Toyota Camry has been America’s best-selling car for seven consecutive years and 11 of the past 12 years.
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.