Toyota Camry

Toyota Camry

About Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry is all-new for 2018, ushering in its eighth generation and 35th year in existence. For its latest act, Toyota's iconic midsize sedan has reinvented itself with bold new looks and athletic manners. The latter narrows or nullifies the fun-to-drive gap that once existed between the Camry and its Honda Accord archrival, all without sacrificing the Toyota's reputation for comfort, convenience and ease of use. The Camry remains available with 4- or 6-cylinder engines and as a gasoline-electric hybrid, all of which have been revamped for admirable power and efficiency. The Camry's driving manners have never been better, but Toyota's reluctance to integrate Apple CarPlay and Android Auto could be a chink in the Camry's otherwise impenetrable armor.

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2018 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2018?
2018 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry sedan is all-new for 2018. Now in its eighth generation and 35th model year, the latest Camry emphasizes style and better driving dynamics. A variety of trims and three powertrains are available: the standard 4-cylinder, a powerful V6, and a hybrid that earns over 50 mpg.

  • Expert Rating: 9.4
  • Consumers Rating: 7.8
  • MPG 29|41
2017 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2017?
2017 Toyota Camry

Minor changes for the 2017 Camry include the addition of Toyota's Entune Audio Plus multimedia system with a navigation app and JBL Audio in XLE and XSE models, plus a standard Qi wireless phone charger for select smartphones.

2016 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2016?
2016 Toyota Camry

A new Special Edition trim is added this year and includes two unique paint choices, smoked taillights and 18-inch alloy wheels. XLE and XSE trims are upgraded to include a 7-inch audio display screen.

2015 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2015?
2015 Toyota Camry

The 2015 Toyota Camry is based on the same foundation as the 2012-2014 models, but features new sheet metal, an updated interior and crisper driving response.

2014 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2014?
2014 Toyota Camry

As the Camry was significantly revised for 2013, the changes for 2014 are minimal. A new addition to the line is the SE Sport, available only with a 4-cylinder engine. The Sport also adds a standard sunroof, 8-way power-adjustable driver seat, and 18-inch wheels and tires.

2013 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2013?
2013 Toyota Camry

The 2013 Toyota Camry sedan sees some improvement in interior materials and color matching. Cross Traffic Alert is added to the Blind Spot Monitoring System, which is now optional on the SE trim. Camry L and Camry Hybrid LE gain the new Display Audio radio as standard equipment, and all models now feature a new turn-signal stalk requiring only one tap to initiate a 3-blink sequence.

2012 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2012?
2012 Toyota Camry

The 2012 Toyota Camry sedan is a generational redesign that builds on the midsize sedan's historic strengths by complementing its practical nature with an even more modern character and better value at all trim levels.

2011 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2011?
2011 Toyota Camry

The addition of lower-rolling-resistance tires to the V6 model helps boost EPA estimates to 20 mpg city and 29 mpg highway.

2010 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2010?
2010 Toyota Camry

The 2010 Camry receives new front and rear fascia, a new 169-horsepower 2.5-liter engine, a six-speed manual transmission and new audio system options that include a USB port and Bluetooth streaming music capability. Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) with traction control is now standard on all models, as are auto up/down power windows on all four doors. The XLE is outfitted with new, ten-spoke 16-inch wheels, while the SE receives a set of 17-inch sport alloy wheels.

2009 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2009?
2009 Toyota Camry

The CE trim is now referred to as the Camry.

2008 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2008?
2008 Toyota Camry

No major changes for 2008.

2007 Toyota Camry
What's new for 2007?
2007 Toyota Camry

2007 Camry sedans are available in five distinct flavors: price-leader CE, upmarket LE, top-grade XLE, sporty SE and Hybrid. The well-equipped Hybrid, available in mid-2006, couples an efficient 147-horsepower Atkinson-cycle version of the same four-cylinder engine to a 45-horsepower electric motor driving through a Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT) for 43-miles per gallon city and 37 highway.

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Consumer Reviews

Hybrid convert

By on Friday, January 12, 2018

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 1,000

10 9.0
overall rating 9 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
9/10
Value
9/10
Reliability
10/10
Quality
10/10
Performance
9/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Pros: "Great driving feel, good looks inside and out,"

Cons: "engine noise a bit intrusive on hard acceleration"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10

"Wife and I went to buy a gas Camry w/ the new safety electronics. Gas engines w/8spd A/T were too busy with downshifts especially. Tried the CVT hybrid and was impressed right away and bought it the next day. Great looks inside and out to our eyes, plenty of power and not too much downshifting. I like the Power mode and Sport shift trans, excellent handling for a sedan. Very entertaining to drive with the three driving modes available. Quite quiet other than under heavier acceleration(the gas engine is the source), but much less racket than the gas only Camry. Good value even if not so discounted as is the case in the in the competitive D.C. area. Fuel mileage is fantastic in town, but really bought it for how it overall drives, not mileage. No regrets and would recommend highly. Would have given it all 10s but comparing it to some great driving cars like BMWs that Ive owned, I had to downgrade it a bit in that context."

3 people out of 3 found this review helpful

Love It

By on Monday, January 8, 2018

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 2,100

10 9.0
overall rating 9 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
9/10
Value
9/10
Reliability
9/10
Quality
9/10
Performance
10/10
Styling
10/10
Comfort
10/10

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9

"Bought the Camry XSE 4 cylinder and I am very happy with it. The car looks and drives great. It has all the safety and features of most luxury cars. Feels like a nice balance of a car that is sporty and family friendly. The inclusion of android play, ventilated seats, and retractable side mirrors would make this car complete."

2 people out of 2 found this review helpful

Exp Prius Drivers Will Love This 58 MPG Car!

By on Tuesday, January 16, 2018

I own this car - My approximate mileage is 500

10 9.0
overall rating 9 of 10rating details

Reviewer Ratings

Overall Rating
9/10
Value
9/10
Reliability
9/10
Quality
9/10
Performance
9/10
Styling
8/10
Comfort
9/10

Pros: "Excellent city/highway MPG (58)"

Cons: "Analog dashboard (in 2018? Really?!!)"

Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9

"This review is most meaningful for Prius drivers looking to switch to the Camry Hybrid. I drove a 2008 Prius for more than 10 years. It averaged about 55 MPG in summer and about 50 MPG in winter in flat Houson roads, driving on 50% city streets, 50% crowded freeways, about 50 miles/day. The speeds range from 35 MPH to about 50MPH in office-day traffic. I also drove about once a month from Houston to Austin, about 300 miles round-trip, with highway speeds between 75-80MPH, and with hilly terrain. On such trips, the 2008 Prius used to average about 46-47 MPG. This past week, I traded it in and got a new 2018 Camry Hybrid LE. Today I made a 342 mile RT from Houston to Austin in the new car, and have a first-hand, real-user report and comparison with the 2008 Prius. (1) Power: The 2008 Prius was a laggard and underpowered when it came to acceleration, and forever being pushed by guzzlers. The 2018 Camry Hybrid with 208HP is such an improvement! I have tested the Eco, Normal and Sport mode. The Eco mode makes the response of the Camry drag, and you cannot accelerate quickly. Clicking the normal mode zooms up the engine RPM and delivers the extra kick in the torque to accelerate nicely. The sport mode seem to go into overdrive even more easily. I drove most of my trip on the Eco mode, saving the normal only for passing at 75-80 MPH. Verdict- you will love the Camry power. (2) Drive-Details-Display: The 2008 Prius has a superior display and information to the user. The 2018 Camry Hybrid splits the information across a small screen on the dashboard and the table on the 7in display. I was disappointed that I could not get the information I wanted easily. The manual promises more metrics on the drive, but I am unable to locate the information in the setup. Verdict - you will hate the analytics offered/promised on the Camry Hybrid LE. (3) Mileage: The 2008 Prius delivers what is promised on the Houston roads. The 2018 Camry Hybrid LE over-delivers on its promise. On Houston roads, I average 58MPG (not a typo!) for 50-mile commutes - note that I am an experienced Prius driver. However, on the RT from Houston to Austin, the 2008 Prius offered 46-47 MPG. I started with a full tank on the 2018 Camry Hybrid, and after 352 miles, refuelled - it took 7.81 gallons. This works out to 45.12 MPG - in the same range as the Prius. Verdict - excellent MPG in city/highway commutes; on highway, somewhat disappointing to not hit the EPA rated highway MPG. (4) Other features: on a 352-mile trip, these are the safety features that the 2018 Camry Hybrid LE alerted me: lane-departure signal several time; when traffic rolled to a sudden halt on the freeway a red alert showed up on the small screen, screaming BRAKE NOW; when the sun set, a message on the small screen prompted me to turn on the headlights (was not in the Auto setting). Verdict - Nice! (5) Ride comfort: in the 10+ years I had the 2008 Prius, I had to change the struts once, but never got a smooth enough ride. The 2018 Camry Hybrid LE has excellent shock absorbers. Verdict: you will love the Camry Hybrid. (6) Bluetooth: 2008 Prius easily pairs with my Android phone, but has only rudimentary call answering capability. The 2018 Camry Hybrid LE seems to have better Bluetooth capability. Verdict - better than Prius. (7) Storage: The 2008 Prius hatchback has foldable seats and the trunk cover can be removed to have really good storage, constrained by the hatchback cover. The 2018 Camry Hybrid LE also has foldable-rear seats, but the frame of the seat restricts the amount of storage in addition to the trunk size. Verdict: you will be disappointed in the Camry Hybrid LE storage. (8) Dashboard display: The 2008 Prius has fully digital display which is intuitive and rapidly informative. The 2018 Camry Hybrid LE has analog dial-meters for RPM level (divided into EV, ECO, and normal quadrants), speedometer, gas level. Verdict: you will be disappointed in the 2018 Camry Hybrid LEs dashboard displays. OVERALL: The 2018 Camry Hybrid LE is probably the vehicle that will obsolete the Prius. You will love it!"

5 people out of 6 found this review helpful

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