|Girl power at Mets spring training|
Two weeks ago, Toyota brought me to Florida to drive a few cars and take in a couple of spring training baseball games.
|Not my usual sight on a run|
But first, the road tripWe spent the night in Jupiter after going to a Mets away game, and drove to Orlando, where the Marlins play.
|Warm goat cheese at The Woods|
|Comfy bed at Wyndham Grand Jupiter|
|Pool and hot tub at Wyndham|
I didn't have a chance to drive the hybrid, which gets 47 miles per gallon, but the 39 mpg on the highway for the regular gas model is still impressive for a mid size sedan. It gets 28 in the city.
The Camry has a lower roof line, but the same amount of head room; you sit a little lower, and can almost pretend you are driving a sports car.
|Back up camera and that red leather|
Technology updatesBut the Camry has advanced tech like a valet mode so when you leave your keys with a valet, you can get a notification if the car is driven further, or faster, than it should be.
[This is also a way to spy on your kids].
With this kind of connection, a dealer can also let you know if your car needs service, or if there's a recall.
Maybe in the future, it can also keep you updated on the baseball score.
Note: I was a guest of Toyota, which covered my travel, food and accommodations. Opinions expressed are my own.