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Ohio car shoppers have waited long enough for all-new 2015 Toyota Camry

Allan Nott Automotive sets stage for long awaited sedan

LIMA, Ohio, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- There is no question that the hype surrounding the release of the 2015 Toyota Camry in Lima, OH is one of the most anticipated of the year. A staple in transportation for drivers from all walks of life, many would argue that the Toyota Camry is the most recognizable vehicle on the road in terms of style, quality and overall value. Holding onto the traits that have made the Camry famous, the well-loved sedan looks to enter the 2015 model year stronger than ever, but with a complete redesign. In Ohio, one Toyota dealership, Allan Nott Automotive is already setting the stage for the arrival of the 2015 Toyota Camry.

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It's a gamble for any automaker to redesign one of its flagship vehicles, but the changes made to the 2015 Toyota Camry have already sparked the interest of many car shoppers.  The only piece of the all-new Camry that hasn't been changed is its roof. Perhaps, the most noticeable update to the Camry is a new, more aggressive front-end design. Inlaid with a sleek black grille and sculpted hood, Toyota has repositioned the Camry to look the part of one of the most attractive vehicles on the road.

From bumper to bumper the all-new 2015 Toyota Camry is nearly unrecognizable. However, Toyota didn't stop there and carried over the more youthful and eye-pleasing look of Camry into the interior cabin. With an upgraded center stack, the Camry will now feature a very sleek 4.2-inch standard in-dash display to add more ease and convenience to the everyday commute. In addition, many other styling updates have been made throughout the cabin of the Camry to create a new premium driving atmosphere.

As far as trim options for Camry fans, the 2015 model lineup will offer many of the same variations with the addition of a new XSE option. The 2015 Camry XSE will represent the most performance minded sedan option including upgraded wheels, more precise steering components and a stiffer suspension. Engine updates have not been made to any Camry offering and drivers will be able to choose from either a 2.4-liter four-cylinder or 3.5-liter V-6 engine option.

Ohio car shoppers looking to be among the first to experience what the all-new 2015 Toyota Camry has to offer when it arrives are encouraged to contact Allan Nott Automotive directly online or by phone at 419-331-0381. Allan Nott Automotive carries the full line of new Toyota and Honda vehicles along with many used options to shop from. View the complete new and used vehicle inventories by visiting the dealership online at www.allannott.com.

Media Contact: Eric Martin, Allan Nott Automotive, 419-331-0381, [email protected]

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