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Old 14th November 2014, 18:47   #136
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Spotted the New 2015 Toyota Camry (US Edition) displayed at a Minnesota Wilds game at Minneapolis yesterday evening. The styling is pretty sharp and maybe the shape of things to come for India. In my view this is a welcome change from the rather staid looking old Camry.

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Old 11th December 2014, 22:48   #137
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Heard from Toyota sales (dealer) that a refresh of the Camry is due in Q1-2015 with the bells & whistles from the Hybrid being added to the Petrol Camry- What these Bells and whistles are - am not sure.

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Toyota is expected to launch the Camry facelift in India in 2015.

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Oh, please. Not the steering wheel.

Can't understand why the companies are hell bent on making all their cars sporty by putting skinny 3 spoke wheels. In a hatchback or sports variant of a car its okay, but in a luxo oriented full size sedan.


Call me old fashioned but in non sporty cars, i still prefer chunky 4 spoke steering. But in todays' world where all cars are making the transition except for some SUVs, its only natural that Toyota does that.
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http://auto.ndtv.com/news/2015-toyot...80-lakh-759455

The refreshed Camry- now with the missing safety features, 7 airbags, vehicle stability control et al. The prices have gone up though.
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Call me old fashioned but in non sporty cars, i still prefer chunky 4 spoke steering. But in todays' world where all cars are making the transition except for some SUVs, its only natural that Toyota does that.

Looks like they heard you this time!
They have kept the 4-spoke steering wheel in the new car. Hope they give a similar 4-spoke in the Fortuner too.
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They have kept the 4-spoke steering wheel in the new car. Hope they give a similar 4-spoke in the Fortuner too.
They sure did

The Fortuner well, i really hoped they would give the Prado steering wheel for the next gen IMV platform, but the spy pics of Hilux shows one thats a cross between an Etios wheel and a Zest steering wheel.
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