By Matt Schmitz on June 18, 2013
The cliche tells us less is more, and so it goes with the 2013 Toyota Camry as it pertains to cylinders. Cars.com Managing Editor David Thomas says added oomph from the sportier Camry SE's 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 reveals shortcomings not evident in the midsize sedan's four-cylinder version. It provides plenty of passing power, but that's at the expense of both fuel economy and ride quality. Meanwhile, lackluster cabin materials might make you wonder why you didn’t just save yourself some money and buy a Corolla instead. Read Thomas' review and decide.
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