2015 Toyota Camry: How Does It Handle the Snow?
Winter is here in Manassas and you may have some concerns about the cold weather affecting your new 2015 Toyota Camry. After the brutal season we had last year, it’s important to be prepared for the same thing; and with meteorologists saying that this winter is going to be one of the worst ever, we at Miller Toyota want to make you feel safe inside your new car. This is why we always recommend the new Toyota Camry for those who want a mid-size sedan which can handle the extremes of winter without a fuss.
One of the biggest things you need to watch out for during the winter is the hit to your fuel economy. The cold winter air has a tendency of reducing energy from your fuel. It also forces gasoline to create more butane in order to maintain itself, which evaporates faster. Fortunately, the Toyota Camry has a combined MPG of 31*, helping you combat the problem while still getting you where you need to go.
However, it will be difficult to get there if you don’t have any safety features. Fortunately, the 2015 Camry comes packed with all sorts of pieces of technology to help you navigate in winter weather. LED headlights come on every trim, allowing you to pierce the darkness easier and more easily alerting other drivers of your presence in heavy snow. The Camry also sports hands-free options on most trims and wheel-mounted controls on the others to make driving easier. Other pieces of safety technology on the Camry include the blind spot monitor and lane departure alert system to keep you informed of what’s going on around you.
The Camry is one of the most powerful vehicles in its class. Featuring a V6 engine, you can be assured of its ability to drive you through snow. In addition, the Camry has been designed with a wider track, giving you a more agile driving experience that makes it easier to handle.
Want to know more? Come down to Miller Toyota in Manassas and ask our representatives to give you all the information you want.
*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.