Toyota’s Camry has long been a solid reliable mid-sized sedan but it’s never been known for its handling ability… Until now. The 2018 Camry isn’t just a ground-up redesign of Toyota’s popular sedan, it represents a fundamental shift in personality for their best selling sedan because this Camry, even in Hybrid form, is one of the best handling mainstream sedans in America. In addition to improved handling ability, 2018 brings a more stylish and higher quality interior, more efficient engines and one of the first “no-compromises” hybrids in America. Thanks to a re-positioned battery pack, the new Hybrid Camry has exactly the same trunk as the non-hybrid model (including room for a full-sized spare aftermarket) and thanks to unusually wide tires the hybrid is still towards the top of the pack when it comes to handling. Will this new found sporty demeanor turn away some traditional Camry shoppers? Or will it attract new buyers looking for value and reliability without compromise?