Is the 2009 Toyota Camry a good car?

A red 2009 Toyota Camry driving alongside a fence

Originally a compact model when it came on the market in the 1980s, the Toyota Camry has since expanded into the mid-sized sedan segment. Elevated by the Japanese car giant as a “world car,” the Camry is built to serve consumers as a reliable, budget-friendly means of transportation. With incognito styling and an interior painted in mass-produced medium gray, the Camry was never captivating but always reliable. Toyota has recently injected some enthusiasm into the car Camry, but how does someone from yesteryear stand today? Let’s figure it out.

What does the 2009 Toyota Camry offer?

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While it was as bland as a cup of vanilla ice cream, the 2009 Camry was sophisticated. With a smooth, passenger-friendly ride, US news and world report noted that the Camry’s performance was “polished” in the segment.