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2017 Toyota Camry Interior Review

Note: This interior review was created when the 2017 Toyota Camry was new.

Scorecard

Interior: 8.0

The 2017 Toyota Camry has a quiet, attractive cabin that is well-designed. Infotainment and climate controls are easily reachable and uncomplicated. Notably lacking, however, are both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The seats are supportive and comfortable, with the back seats offering plenty of room for taller passengers.

  • "The 5-passenger interior of the 2017 Camry isn't as stylistically forward as its exterior might suggest, but it's hardly bland. Moreover, it's supremely functional." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "Camry is definitely among the best in class in terms of a hushed cabin." -- Consumer Guide (2015)
  • "Across all trim levels, the finishes are generally attractive, although we would prefer fewer satin-chrome pieces. The XSE's microsuede seat and door inserts are right on the money." -- Automobile Magazine (2015)

Seating

The Toyota Camry seats five. Cloth upholstery and a power-adjustable driver's seat are standard. Leather upholstery, a power-adjustable passenger seat and heated front seats are available. The Camry’s seats are comfortable and spacious. The rear seats are roomy and provide plenty of head- and legroom, even for taller passengers. However, the fixed rear headrests can inhibit properly securing a front-facing child seat.

  • "The 2016 Toyota Camry provides one of the most comfortable and spacious cabins of any midsize family sedan. There's plenty of headroom and legroom up front and not much less in back, where even taller adults will be content to ride for extended periods. Moreover, a rear-facing child seat will fit in back with ease. The fixed rear headrests make it difficult to properly secure a front-facing child seat, though." -- Edmunds (2016)
  • "Toyota says increased insulation helps make these the quietest Camrys ever, a claim we found easy to believe while on the road." -- Kelley Blue Book (2015)
  • "Whichever trim you choose, the backseat is palatial, providing ample leg and headroom along with excellent under-thigh support for taller passengers. You can certainly buy a bigger sedan than the Camry (Toyota's own Avalon comes to mind), but you probably won't need more rear passenger space than this." -- Autotrader (2014)

Interior Features

The 2017 Camry comes standard with a rearview camera, Bluetooth, and Toyota’s Entune audio system with voice recognition, a 6.1-inch touch screen, six speakers, a USB port, and Siri Eyes Free, which enables iPhone users to use voice commands to control a number of their phone’s functions through the Camry’s infotainment system. Available features include a moonroof, push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, wireless smartphone charging, navigation, a larger (7-inch) touch screen, satellite radio, HD Radio, a 10-speaker JBL audio system, smartphone app integration, adaptive cruise control, lane departure alert, and blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert.

Large audio and climate control buttons dominate the dash. They're easy to use and placed appropriately for easy access. The Entune infotainment system is similarly easy to use, but the graphics aren’t as good as those you’ll find on competitors’ vehicles. The big disappointment is that the Camry offers neither Apple CarPlay nor Android Auto.

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  • "Nearly unforgivable: There's no Apple CarPlay, nor Andriod Auto, in the Camry when about every other current mid-sized sedan have these integration apps." -- New York Daily News
  • "From the driver's vantage point, most of the physical buttons are plenty large, easy to understand at a glance and glove-friendly. The sensibly designed climate controls deserve special praise for their simple, intuitive operation. On the technology front, the Camry gets a standard 6.1-inch version of Toyota's Entune touchscreen infotainment system, with an upgraded 7-inch touchscreen specified on multiple trim levels. The graphics aren't as crisp as the segment's best, but like the Camry's other control interfaces, these screens are relatively straightforward and easy to use." -- Edmunds (2016)
  • "Want to change the time? Touch the clock. That's just an example of the intuitive interface, which I think UI engineers at a couple of German companies should study." -- Road and Track (2015)

Cargo

The trunk in the 2017 Toyota Camry has a capacity of 15.4 cubic feet, which is above the class average. The rear seats fold down, and critics appreciate the generous amount of space in the trunk.

  • "The Camry's trunk supplies all the space it possibly can provide, given the car's outer dimensions, netting 15.4 cubic feet, compared to the Accord's nearly identical 15.5 cubic-feet. The sedan's rear seat also folds down, making space for long or odd-shaped cargo, though the seats do not fold anywhere near flat. Additionally, unlike some competitors, the Camry's trunk lid springs open well, a small convenience." -- New York Daily News
  • "The trunk, at 15.4 cubic feet, is large and sensibly shaped." -- Edmunds (2015)
  • "If those passengers need to carry some gear they'll find the trunk is more than ample." -- Kelley Blue Book (2014)

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