An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is a popular cliché that rings true for winter driving. When it comes to reducing accidents and fatalities, prevention is always the best strategy when discussing winter driving. Here are some tips you can follow to ensure your holiday season is a safe and happy one:
-Always drive below the speed limit
-Turn only after stopping
-Allow extra distance between yourself other drivers
-Always avoid abrupt steering
-Merge slowly and carefully
-Look farther ahead than you usually do, finally
Camry does everything well. At the entry level, you have the SE model, while on the more luxurious end you have the XLE. Every model offers front-wheel drive and a six-speed transmission. If you’re going to be driving safely in winter, front-wheel or all-wheel drive is a must. Standard safety features include the expected antilock brakes, stability control, front and rear seat side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags, and knee airbags for both the drive and passenger. A blind-spot monitoring system is also available. Four-wheel-drive cars are more expensive to run and pricier to buy than their two-wheel-drive equivalents, but the extra grip they offer can be very handy when winter arrives. If you simply want a car that’s less likely to get stuck on snowy roads and will feel more stable in slippery conditions, then Toyota Camry 2015 is the best. The Camry has been America’s bestselling car for 12 years running, cashing in on a reputation for reliability, value, and unobtrusive motoring. But the Camry name is not one you’re not likely to hear when hotshoes get together to talk cars, unless it’s accompanied by a yawn.
The 2015 Toyota Camry represents a significant departure from the norm, however, as Toyota has thoroughly overhauled it a mere three years after a complete redesign. Whatever the reasons are for the change, a good guess would be that Toyota feels the need to have a more competitive Camry this year and the end result is certainly good news if you’re shopping for a 2015 midsize family sedan. Toyota did make significant improvements to the Camry’s body structure and suspension tuning. The result is a more buttoned-down, confident driving experience that Toyota says its customers have been requesting. This latest Camry still isn’t what we would call a sporty family sedan like a Mazda 6 or Ford Fusion, but it is more responsive and generally better to drive. Every 2015 Toyota Camry comes standard with antilock disc brakes, stability and traction control, front and rear side airbags, front and rear side curtain airbags, front knee airbags and a rearview camera. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Camry its best possible rating of “Good” in its moderate-overlap and small-overlap frontal-offset impact tests. The Camry also earned a “Good” score in the side-impact, roof-strength and head restraint/seatbelts tests.
That also applies to the popular SE trim, which not only dials up the driving engagement factor further but also boasts more aggressive styling cues. For 2015, though, it is joined by an XSE trim that for the first time allows customers to pair the SE’s visual and suspension enhancements with the more luxurious XLE’s greater comfort and convenience features. This provides a greater amount of customer choice and creates two distinct flavors of Camry that makes it stand out in the family sedan segment. Indeed, standing out is something that the Camry has not done in a very long time. The 2015 Toyota Camry, however, corrects many of its previous deficiencies, adds a little more verve and, although we wouldn’t go so far as to proclaim it the class leader, places it squarely within the best-in-class pack.
Unique Features and Specs for the Toyota Camry 2015
1. CAR TYPE: Sedan
2. TRANSMISSION: 6-speed Shiftable Automatic
3. BASIC WARRANTY: 3 Yr./ 36000 Mi.
4. FUEL ECONOMY (CTY/HWY): 25/35 mpg
5. BLUETOOTH: Yes
6. HEATED SEATS: No
7. ENGINE TYPE: Gas
8. TOTAL SEATING: 5
9. CYLINDERS: Inline 4
10. DRIVE TRAIN: Front Wheel Drive and lots more
With improvements made to its body structure, suspension and steering, every 2015 Toyota Camry is more responsive than the previous versions to driver inputs and more composed when going around turns. Both the base 2.5-liter four-cylinder and optional 3.5-liter V6 engines deliver satisfying acceleration in a smooth fashion. Transmission downshifts are commendably responsive, which is noteworthy given that some rivals’ automatic transmissions are lethargic in this regard for the sake of fuel economy. Here’s some other tips when driving around in the winter months:
-Check the tire pressure
-Check your battery
-Check your fluids
-Replace Old Wipers and head over to ASE site for more helpful tips.