I like Camry's and Toyota products a lot. There are 3 in my extended household!
But please check out Toyota Nation, first, and I refer you to the lockup clutch torque converter issue on the model year 2012 plus Camry's, i.e. the 2.5 litre 4 cylinders ones. The automatic transaxles are different between the 2.5 I4, and the 3.5 litre V6, and the former is less durable. When the vehicle is driven in normal, non-sport mode, the torque converter goes into an operating mode that repeatedly shuttles the converter clutch from locked to unlocked, and back again many times... somehow to supplement the 6 speeds of the 'box, in effectively giving the transaxle another drive gear. It is a "partially locked" converter clutch. They apparently do a software mod... to lessen this tendency, but once the friction and wear materials get introduced into the 'box, well, the end is in sight.
When driving the car, it feels like the vehicle is going over slightly rough pavement... that is the lock/ un-lock shudder and feel. This apparently has not been rectified 'till the '18 model, which has a different transaxle.
The only fix, on the four cylinder model, is to drive in Sport mode... and to have done this from the get-go.... i.e. from day one... or go after the V6 powered model, that has the superior durability transaxle.