I recently hired a 2019 Camry Ascent for two weeks and it had only 1500km on the clock. I feel quite comfortable in writing a review considering I also own a 2012 Camry Hybrid H.Good things: If you have owned the previous shape Camry, this is an absolute revelation in terms of quietness and ride. It is extremely supple, and handles bumps very well. The previous Camry’s ride was very jiggly whereas this is so much more settled in its composure. It also handles much better and I’d say a lot is attributed to the increase to 17-inch wheels for base models. Some decent standard kit, including LED auto headlights (that are excellent and have auto high beam), not-too-aggressive lane departure alert and radar cruise only above 40km/h. Bluetooth connects quickly and the sound system, for a stock unit, absolutely craps all over the previous shape. Amazing Denso air conditioning. I don’t think anyone can beat Toyota for air con. A very comfortable and spacious interior, excellent seats and visibility. There’s plenty of storage room throughout cabin and a very big boot. This was going to be a con, but the gearbox is actually very good. When you’re cruising very… Read full this story
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