got the toyota camry 2014.5 how do i know if its really a 2014.5 ? its no where on the paperwork but they said it is.. also i need a upgrade on speakers cause the rears just suck... any suggestions..

Asked by Oct 08, 2014 at 03:59 PM about the 2014 Toyota Camry SE Sport

Question type: General

how do i  know its a 2014.5.. its not showing anywhere but all at dealership said it was..
also i need suggestions on aftermarket speakers.. the rears on the is suck..i was told by
toyota they did speakers with the driver in mind.. but to me they speakers sound
unfinished with very low volume in the back, and yes i adjusted the fader.. no change

2 Answers

OK jane. I did research and there really is no "true" 2014.5 as for paperwork for DMV or insurance or anything else. The 2014-1/2 or 2014.5 is nothing more than a selling tool, a number Toyota gave salespeople to use to sell the next line of cars in Feb. 2014, too soon to call a 2015 when the real 2014's had already been in showrooms for months. Toyota puts the date of manufacture on the sticker on the chassis where driver's door latches, with VIN and tire information and such. Check that.

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If you have an Entune Plus radio and backup camera as standard equipment on your sticker you have a 2014.5 Camry!

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