10/27/14 at 3:52 PM: 34 "like more" and 55 "like less" votes...
Not good! Sales may plummet if potential buyers see the major redesign of the 7th Gen Camry as people here taking the poll do.
It appears the design is very similar. So when just glancing at it, it would appear to be very few changes.Question: All the online reviews say the 2015 Cam has a totally new interior. Most posters on this forum say there are very few interior changes. What am I missing?
Overall the 2015 Camry has a new interior, but it is not as different vs 2012 as let say 2007-2011 vs 2012-2014 interior. The dash is still the same. The gauges on LE/SE are still the same and XLE/XSE got new cluster. The steering wheel looks very much like the 2012-14.5 SE steering, but has redesigned controls. The stereo/HVAC unit has been redesigned, same as the center tunnel cover, but the center storage is the same. The door cards have new switch bezels, but overall layout and design is the same. The seats looks the same, but have different fabric on LE and pretty much the same leatherette on the SE and I can't say that the interior materials are much different from what they've been using on 2012-2014.5. The 2015's interior definitely looks like a restyle, but I just can't call it a totally new interior.Question: All the online reviews say the 2015 Cam has a totally new interior. Most posters on this forum say there are very few interior changes. What am I missing?
The 15's front end is ok (I still prefer/like the 12-14.5's front much more), but the rear... It looks like an evolution of the 2007-11 rear end mixed with Hyundai elements and looks too girly, dated and heavy vs 12-14.5's rear and the fake C-pillar windows simply have no excuse and IMO the worst element they ever used on any Toyota cars.
After seeing one in real life today, I don't think it looks that bad. You can see my Camry front end in the background of the first pic lol