Toyota Camry’s SE is quite a sport but not for the super serious ones

The car comes with 2.5 liter 16 valve, inline-4 DOHC engine which gets you up to 179 horsepowers at 6,000rpm and 171 lb-ft of torque at 4,100 rpm. The car comes with a 6 speed automatic with manumatic shifting transmission gearbox. This powertrain will get you from zero to hundred in 8.1 seconds which is quite fast, considering its size.

Camry has been the best selling mid-sized sedan model in the United States before the recent fiasco involving the company happened where Honda Accord has since took over the number 1 spot. The new 2010 version gets a new grille and front bumpers where you also get new looking tail lights and bigger headlamps. For the SE version, you get 17 inch wheels as well as other fittings like smoked grilles, fog lamps and a Sports Edition body kit.

Apart from that, you also get sports suspensions which is very much welcomed considering that it comes with a bigger engine now (previously the Camry comes with a 2.4 liter machine). Aluminum pedals and sill plates are included together with leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear shifter. You can surely expect a lot of space in the Camry as with its previous model where despite that it still does not feel draggy. The space doesn’t compromise on comfort, so it surely is a manager’s car.

According to early reviews, the SE is supposedly the more sporty sibling of the standard Camry and hence you get a more powerful engine, sports suspension and such but it does nor provide speed lovers the adrenaline that it is supposed to, after all this is a Camry we are talking about here. Hence, do not expect it to be one of those speed roadsters which revs and revs until the chequered flag but you can at most expect it to give you the power as and when you need it to.