The 2015 Toyota Camry has by far undergone major changes from its previous models compared to the 2015 Toyota Avalon that remained almost the same. It has undergone a change of style, has been upgraded technologically and new trim levels have been introduced.
The following review has clearly demarcated the underlying differences between the 2015 Toyota Camry and the 2015 Toyota Avalon. With this comparison every buyer will be able to get the better insight in the offer of these two models and to make a decision based on facts getting vehicle that is better for their needs.
The 2015 Toyota Camry is about 2 inches longer compared than its predecessors and about half an inch wider. The grille has undergone massive changes and now brings the trapezoidal shape. In addition it has introduced two new trim levels, the hybrid SE and the XSE which has 18 inch wheels and a better suspension set-up.
Many features are a carry-over from the previous years but what really changes is the introduction of first in the class wireless charging system which enables some smartphones to charge and 12V USB port. All this is integrated into a well-designed center console so that it would come with more usable space and higher convenient level for passengers. It has other interesting features such as traffic alert system, adaptive cruise control, departure lane warning, pre-collision warning and automatic headlights.
2015 Toyota Camry Vs 2015 Toyota Avalon
The 2015 Toyota Avalon has a number of fresh features which include multifunctional touch screen display, Bluetooth connectivity, a new braking system as well as a caution traffic system that is meant to inform the driver on time and prevent the accidents or at least to lower the number of accidents. In addition it has other features such as rear view camera, an intelligent key, heated and memory front seats and an electric moon-roof. It comes available in XLE, Limited, XLE premium and Touring XLE equipment packages. Its overall design has not changed much from its predecessors.
When it comes to its engine, the 2015 Toyota Camry has not undergone any changes. It base engine is the same and we are getting the 2.5L 4 cylinder engine that is responsible for generating 178HP while the larger and more powerful 3.5L v6 unit generates 286HP and 248 lb-ft of torque. Power is transferred through a 6-speed automatic transmission for all versions. What changes in the hybrid option is the attachment of the 4-cylinder unit to an electric motor.
The 2015 Toyota Avalon will be running on a 3.5 liter v6 engine which is adopted from the 2013 model. This engine design has been made to offer a total of 12HP more than the previous model. The engine produces 280 HP and a total of 248 lb-ft of torque. In addition, it’s coupled with a 6-speed automatic transmission which ensures that it maintains a reputation of being a sporty vehicle. Its hybrid system maintains its status quo from previous models. The 2015 Toyota Avalon hybrid will run on a 2.5 liter 2AR-FXE engine and a nickel-hydride battery which delivers 244.8 volts to electric motor. Combined power of gasoline engine and electric motor is about 200HP.
Comparison Of 2015 Toyota Avalon And 2015 Toyota Camry
The Toyota Avalon will range from $32,000 up to more than $40,000 while the hybrid will be offered with price tag of $36,000. We do expect to see it released early next year. Its counterpart is expected to be in showrooms by fall this year and is expected to retail from $23,000 to more than $30,000 while the hybrid will be offered from $26,500.