In case anyone's interested, I'm nine days in on my new Camry, and so far, it does not disappoint. I've got over 500 miles on it already. We get out a lot and go places in the immediate area. Gas mileage is roughly 18 mpg city, 30 mpg highway, and those are just estimates. My city driving is very stop-and-go, and we run the engine while we stop places to eat, for the air conditioning. I'd prefer open windows but my son needs the AC, and it is very warm here this time of year. The interface with the iPhone is quirky. We got 2 GB of free Wi-Fi and we blazed through that in a couple of days. I haven't looked into what plans cost yet. I was able to get Sirius XM through the rest of the year at nominal cost (about $6).
Word to the wise, when answering customer surveys, focus on the customer service, NOT the car itself. My father taught me, and I now teach my son, not to put anything in writing that could indicate satisfaction with a product you've bought, a fortiori a big-ticket item such as a new car. That way, it cannot be used against you, if something goes wrong and you have to seek recourse. I phrase it very carefully --- "so far as I can tell right now, it seems to be a fine car" --- to establish plausible deniability if, let's say, 6 months out, a crucial part would go bad, and they could come back and say "you told us the car was perfect in every way, and you didn't come in and report any problems".
My father has taught me a lot of shrewd strategies so as not to get screwed over in the marketplace, all legal, all ethical, just being careful, not shooting yourself in the foot (or, as my father would say, not putting your foot in s**t). I never ceased to be astonished at all the young people who have absolutely no business sense whatsoever.