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Camry Q&A: Does it still have soft springs?

Does it still have soft springs?

From Shorvath72

AutoTrader: The answer is yes and no. Some models like the Camry Hybrid and Camry LE are geared more towards comfort, so they intentionally don’t have a softer ride. Still, the 2012 Camry feels tighter and more firmly planted to the road no matter which model you choose.

A stiffer suspension generally equates to better handling. Those willing to compromise on ride to get a sportier feel should opt for an SE model. But if you prefer more comfort, opt for the Hybrid XLE. It’s probably the most comfort-oriented of all Camrys.


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