A few things...
We did not need a "full size" car, and I am not too fond of the Avalon's interior with the sweeping style center console and stick up tablet. The 2021 Camry has a stick up tablet, but it's much better integrated into the dash. Camry is still a decent size increase from the IS, so it just fit all of the needs we have right now: right price, right size, right features, great value, good looks, good performance, etc.
We got the wheels from Lexus of Akron for ~$453 a piece, but retail on them was $686, if I recall correctly? The sale definitely helped and it was well worth it for the look, IMO!OMG look at those wheels! That's the perfect sedan for the money .How much are the wheels?
Thoughts on the engine? Does it overpower the front wheels?
The Camry looks fantastic. What’s the weight difference between the XSE and F Sport rims?We got the wheels from Lexus of Akron for ~$453 a piece, but retail on them was $686, if I recall correctly? The sale definitely helped and it was well worth it for the look, IMO!
I love the new center dash and screen. We drove a 2020 last year and decided to wait for the 2021 refresh hoping for an interior change, and I'm glad we did. The way the screen pops up from the middle of the dash and is angled towards the driver is a lot easier to use and better integrated than some others I've seen. The 9" is a perfect size too... big enough for clear reading on the road, split screens for audio/maps/etc, but not so big that it feels sort of foolish (like the 12.3" in the Highlander). The new design also breaks up the shiny black plastic into different elements so it's not so much.... shiny... black... plastic... and I like that as well . It's also closer to your line of sight when driving, which is also nice.