2015 Toyota Camry vs 2014 Toyota Camry
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Throughout the years the Toyota Camry has developed a reputation for being a boring car often compared to plain vanilla ice cream flavour. Its conventional design wasn’t a hit with car enthusiasts yet the sedan has always been at, or near the top of the best-seller list. Toyota’s mid-size offering rose to popularity by being one of the most reliable vehicles in its class. But it was never as attractive as its competitors like, Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, and Nissan Altima. It was only a matter of time before those sedans became as reliable as the Camry. That’s why the automaker is trying very hard to turn the plain ol’ Camry into a bold new sedan that will be more appealing than past generations.

Toyota is pushing the Camry real hard; despite it being available since late 2014 the bold new Camry has appeared in two commercials during this year’s Super Bowl to engrave the boldness in people’s minds, and to of course to keep ahead of the competition.

Compared to the model it replaces the boldness stands out like Rob Gronkowski surrounded by the Seahawks’ defence. The design is more striking, and the oversized grill will take some getting used to. But that’s the design risk Toyota is betting will make the Camry as exciting as its competition.