The Camry feels really smooth. It drives nicely and you can barely feel a bump. It's also got power, thanks to the 3.5-litre V6 engine, so while it's not super zippy, the speed comes after a few seconds and make no mistake, it goes well. You would think an engine this size would be loud, but not so, the drive is surprisingly quiet which makes it feels premium.
And despite the Camry being longer than an SUV, it was relatively easy to park. Sure, shorter parks need more care and took longer to squeeze into, but it's not enormous, so was fine on the whole.
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The steering is easy to turn, not stiff at all, which made parking and doing three-point turns easier, and the car handles well. I was confident driving it and I felt like I matched up to other cars on the road, so it felt good to be behind the wheel this week.