The refreshed Toyota Camry comes standard with a four-cylinder engine, and some critics are pleased with its power, however, others say it could use more. The Camry is available with a V6 engine that many test drivers think is quite strong, though some still wish it was livelier. According to the EPA, the Toyota Camry gets up to 25/35 mpg city/highway, which is slightly low for the class. Though it isn't more fun to drive than its competitors, auto writers say the Camry has very composed handling, especially in the sport-tuned SE and XSE trims. They write that the Camry also has a noticeably comfortable ride, though they note that it is firmer in the sportier models. AThey also appreciate the Camry's exceptionally quiet cabin and roomy back seat. Critics say the Camry's Audio and climate buttons are big and easy to use while driving, and they like that the standard touch-screen display has large virtual buttons and simple on-screen menus.