The Camry starts things off by pulling right ahead of the VW Passat, due to the fact that it offers two impressive engines for your consideration. These are listed below:
The 2.5-liter engine is the one that comes standard. It can deliver a maximum output of 203 horsepower. The available 3.5-liter V6 engine steps things up even more by generating as much as 301 horsepower.
In contrast, the VW Passat only has one offering under the hood. This 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine falls short in terms of available acceleration abilities with a mere 174 horsepower.
If it’s important for you to have plenty of useful technology features at your disposal while behind the wheel, the Camry might just be the car for you.
For starters, it’s available with Qi-compatible wireless smartphone charging. This feature makes it possible for you to leave your charger cord at home while still being able to enjoy full use of your smartphone, no matter how long the drive may be.
The Toyota Camry is also available with a 10-inch Head-Up Display. It places such valuable information as the speedometer, navigation, shift position, and more within your line of sight. This allows you to continue to devote as much attention as possible toward the road in front of you.
*2020 EPA-estimated 29 city/41 hwy/34 combined MPG for Camry L; 28 city/39 hwy/32 combined MPG for LE, SE, and SE Nightshade; 27 city/38 hwy/31 combined MPG for XLE 4-Cylinder and XSE 4-Cylinder; 22 city/33 hwy/26 combined MPG for XLE V6; 22 city/32 hwy/26 combined MPG for XSE V6; 21 city/31 hwy/25 combined MPG for TRD; 51 city/53 hwy/52 combined MPG for Hybrid LE; and 44 city/47 hwy/46 combined MPG for Hybrid SE and Hybrid XLE. Actual mileage will vary.
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