how do I get a quieter, smoother ride in 2016 camry?

Asked by Jul 23, 2016 at 12:03 PM about the 2016 Toyota Camry XLE

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Trade it for a Lexus.

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Ba dum tiss

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Bob is right, there is more sound deadening in the Lexus and more Luxury components. Lexus is the Luxury brand of Toyota. Did you test drive the Camry before purchase?

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Are you the original Owner and what is the mileage on this vehicle. Have you had to replace the Tires on this vehicle and WHY?

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Let's do a simple Tire Check. Go out to the vehicle and lightly run the palm of your hand over the surface of the Tread in the same direction that the tire rotates...rear to front... when going forward. Does the tread of the tire feel smooth or choppy? Next...run the palm of your hand lightly...in the opposite direction.....front to back.....does it feel different? Look closely at the tire tread....does it appear to look like the teeth of a saw...high spots and low spots. You might have what we call ..Heel to Toe tire wear. Get back to us with your results. If you Google "tire Wear" and check heel to toe....it might show you a picture.

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The 16 Camry SE rides rough by nature. You can lower the air pressure to 28-30 psi for a slight improvement, but tires can wear out sooner. I drove one for a while and I simply could not get used to it. The LE model is supposed to be much better.

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