2012 Toyota Camry SE: Wide Write
June 04, 2012
Remember big armrests, the kind both driver and passenger could use? The Cadillac Fleetwood and Lincoln Town Car kind? The Camry has one like it. And I like it simply because it gives me room to set down a notebook and write.
For this job, it's handy to jot down notes after a drive or while filling up. Most modern cars offer no place to set down a pad and scribble, forcing you to balance your intellectual cropdustings on a knee or thigh.
By comparison, the Camry nearly gives you the surface of an oak desk, one that slides forward no less. The stitching's pretty nice, too.
Dan Frio, Automotive Editor