Originally a compact model when it hit the market in the 1980s, the Toyota Camry has since grown into the midsize sedan segment. Exalted by the Japanese automotive giant as a “world car,” the Camry has been built to serve consumers as reliable, budget-friendly transportation. With incognito styling and an interior painted in mass-produced medium gray, the Camry was never enthralling but always trustworthy. Toyota recently injected some enthusiasm into the Camry, but how does one from yesteryear stand up today? Let’s find out.