3 Things Owners Like About the 2022 Toyota Camry According to J.D. Power

J.D. Power is nationally recognized as one of the best and most respected companies in the automotive industry when it comes to consumer analytics, reporting, and data. Every year, consumers and brands turn to this automotive media giant to make informed decisions on vehicle purchases and see what trends to follow when designing and engineering the next vehicle in a brand’s lineup. 

J.D. Power is known primarily for its Initial Quality Study, where consumers are surveyed 90 days after their vehicle purchase to analyze what consumers like and dislike about their new vehicle. J.D. Power also uses a 0 to 100-point system for overall customer satisfaction, with quality and reliability, driving experience, resale value retention, and dealership experience categories contributing to that score. While vehicles fail in some categories and excel in others, some models take home a high score in almost every single category, and one perennial award-winning midsize sedan is the Toyota Camry

Ever since the Camry came to North America for the 1983 model year, it has been a highly-rated top seller, and the 2022 Camry is no exception. Using J.D. Power’s rating system based on consumer satisfaction, three main factors have contributed to the 2022 Camry’s success. Here is everything you need to know about the three biggest consumer compliments given to the Camry for the 2022 model year.

Overall fuel economy of the Toyota Camry

A 2022 Toyota Camry XSE midsize sedan model in Blueprint parked on a city parking garage roof top
2022 Toyota Camry XSE in Blueprint | Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.

The original Toyota Camry prioritized fuel economy in its design, and the 2022 Camry is no exception. According to Toyota, the 2022 Toyota Camry achieves 28 mpg in the city and 39 mpg on the highway, making this car the perfect road trip cruiser if you want to save on fuel costs. The Toyota Camry Hybrid is even better, achieving 51 mpg in the city and 53 mpg on the highway, which is well worth the extra sticker price for the hybrid drivetrain, according to J.D. Power.

With the Toyota Camry Hybrid starting at just a couple thousand dollars above the base, gas-only drivetrain, the Toyota Camry Hybrid is one of the cheapest ways to get behind the wheel of an incredibly efficient and long-lasting family hauler.

How well the Camry handles normal driving conditions

While many cars are judged based on how they handle precarious situations and differing weather conditions, there is also something to be said about a team of vehicle designers that ensure a car handles well in daily driving conditions. Consumer Reports praised the Toyota Camry’s new nimble and agile handling, which was lacking in the previous Toyota Camry generation. With good body roll control, the Camry is a very comfortable and capable car for any situation.

Effectiveness of the Camry’s headlights

While it may seem like an overlooked factor, having a vehicle that offers wonderful visibility in low-visibility conditions is an underrated luxury. The 2022 Toyota Camry comes equipped standard with LED headlights that perform well even in low-beam settings. The high-beam LEDs received special praise from critics for their road-lighting abilities. The daytime running lights can also be turned off for convenience if a driver is parked for an extended time with the turn of the control stalk.

Is the Toyota Camry a good midsize car?

Yes, the Toyota Camry is one of the best midsize cars on the market that somehow finds a way to further perfect itself every single year. With the newest redesign of the Camry, it finds a way to add even more style and appeal to the rock-solid foundation that has already been established, and it should be on the test drive list of any consumer in the market for a new car!

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