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On Styling
With look that’s conservative though not dowdy, the 2011 Toyota Camry feels tasteful but fairly anonymous.
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The 2010 Toyota Camry has all the character of a washing machine from behind the wheel
Edmunds

It’s still as beautiful as an anteater, though, and looks downright dowdy alongside the boldly styled new Sonata.
Car and Driver

A sporty Camry [SE] is kind of like the requisite "bad-boy" member of a boy band. No matter how aggressive the attempt, he's still in a boy band.
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inoffensive faux metal or wood trim
Consumer Guide


The Toyota Camry might be the longtime best-seller among mid-size sedans, but most would argue that it didn't get there with its looks. The Camry got a very minor facelift last year but carries into 2011 mostly unchanged since the current seventh generation's debut in 2007.

The Camry now stands as one of the most conservative-looking sedan profiles, but Toyota made an effort last year, giving it a slightly dressed-up look with a new grille, front bumper, and restyled tail lamps. Wheels were upgraded, too. Inside, the design remains a little understated and conservative yet upscale—although somewhat drab materials let the execution down.

Conclusion

With look that’s conservative though not dowdy, the 2011 Toyota Camry feels tasteful but fairly anonymous.

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