Cars.com's Joe Bruzek takes a look at the 2010 Toyota Camry's iPod integration.
(upbeat music) <v Announcer>Cars.com Auto Review. A new feature for 2010 is a USB input. It's optional on the Camry, but it's not uncommon in this class.
This one is good just for iPods and there's a few things about it that make it quirky and not the easiest to use. One of my biggest pet peeves with this system is shuffling through your songs. You can change from the steering wheel control or from the stereo itself, but when you hit the button, it's delayed, it takes a long time to switch songs. And when you wanna scroll through songs fast, they won't let you, not only that, but it keeps playing the song. So if you're on a song and you hit the track button, the song keeps playing for two seconds. And two seconds is very telling when you have an embarrassing song playing through your stereo. ♪ Here I go ♪ (soft music) For people who casually listened to their iPod through the Camry's USB port, or don't have a very extensive music library, the feature would likely be much easier to live with. While I uses an 80 gig video iPod, when you go on test drives, be sure to bring your iPod along with, to see if it's a deal breaker. <v Announcer>For more car related news, go to cars.com or our blog kickingtires.net.