2011 Toyota Camry Comfort & Quality

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Comfort & Quality
The 2011 Toyota Camry has a very roomy interior, with plenty of legroom in back for most adults and enough space for five. Front seats are wide and soft but lack much support, while rear seats are extremely comfortable and have larger proportions than those in some other mid-size cars; adults will feel comfortable enough for road trips back there.

Toyota has done a great job with storage cubbies and bins as well, with plenty of space for small electronics, but cargo space is arguably a step behind that of some rivals, due to a relatively small capacity and hinges that can crush what's inside.

The Camry's rather soft ride—very absorbent but not bouncy—also enhances comfort, as does its lack of wind noise as well as road noise on all but the coarsest surfaces.

Although the 2011 Camry can be disappointing in the details, it’s clear that Toyota put the priority on comfort.

Controls are intuitive, not needlessly complex. The only issue remains materials that seem unimpressive, especially at the top of the model range, where prices can exceed $35,000 for a loaded XLE V-6; that, and editors have seen several models of this current-generation Camry with lackluster build quality and odd fit and finish.

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