Toyota

Toyota Camry

Price $24,100 – $34,800
Fuel consumption 5.5 – 11.0 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 78%(view ratings)
The fully redesigned Toyota Camry is one of the most popular family cars in North America. New styling and a renewed focus on handling are highlights of the refreshed Camry, but it still brings a spacious rear seat, a comfortable ride and excellent reliability to the table. The more comfortable Toyota mid-size sedan can be had with either a 178-hp 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine or a 268-hp 3.5-litre V6, with each making use of a six-speed automatic gearbox.

Tests and Features

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Comparative TestsMidsize Sedan Comparison Test: Camry, Sonata, Accord and Mazda6
It’s an immensely popular segment in North America—especially in the U.S.—but sales have been slowing down significantly in the past couple of years. Midsize sedans are being traded in for sport-utility vehicles which are considered more practical. But not necessarily so. After all, a midsize sedan offers plenty of room …
Test Drives2018 Toyota Camry XSE V6: Viagra Overdose
In the past, reviewing the Toyota Camry was rather easy. Journalists would say it was a solid and unkillable automobile; an unquestionably well-rounded, sensible sedan. Then they’d spread the word “boring” all over their article and call it a day. Truth is, for the longest time, Toyota’s midsize sedan was …

News

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News2021 Toyota Camry Gains New Hybrid Model, More Safety Tech
After adding an AWD option, new TRD and Nightshade models along with enhanced multimedia systems for 2020, the popular Toyota Camry continues to evolve with the introduction of Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+, which is a first within the Toyota lineup, and a new Camry Hybrid XSE model similar to the …
NewsThe Car Guide’s 2020 Best Buys: Toyota Camry
Every year, The Car Guide publishes its Best Buys in nearly 30 different vehicle categories. Today we continue our review of the 2020 winners with a look at midsize sedans , where a new world order has been established. The Toyota Camry (MSRP from $26,620) deserves top honours this year …
RecallsEngine Failure Threatens Some 2019-20 Toyota Models
Toyota is on a roll these days, what with the launch of the brand new Highlander (and its ad during the Super Bowl) and sales of the RAV4 that keep rising substantially, even surpassing those of the Honda Civic! However, we’ve learned today that the popular compact SUV is part …
NewsToyota Camry and Avalon are Both Getting AWD
As winter takes over in most of Canada, Toyota has great news for drivers: the popular Camry and the larger Avalon will soon add an all-wheel drive option. Unfortunately, the Camry AWD will not go on sale before early spring (as a 2020 model), when pretty much all the snow …
News2020 Toyota Camry Goes Darker, Sportier and More Connected
The 2020 Toyota Camry is now on sale across Canada with two new limited-production editions and upgraded connectivity that should help this best-selling midsize sedan increase its lead. Most notably, the V6-powered Camry TRD is a sportier version of the SE and XSE. Priced at $35,990, it benefits from exclusive …
News2018 Toyota Camry: Pricing Announced
On sale this summer, no less than 12 versions of the all-new Camry will be available, and the midsize sedan will start at $26,390 before freight and delivery charges. Three powertrains will be offered, including a 2.5-litre four-cylinder mill that develops 203 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque in L, …
Toronto2018 Toyota Camry: Now with Style
The current-generation Camry sedan was redesigned for the 2015 model year, so it isn’t all that old. However, Toyota is preparing an all-new generation for 2018, and after unveiling it at the Detroit Auto Show, it will now make its first Canadian appearance at the Toronto Auto Show. The 2018 …
DetroitToyota Unveils its New 2018 Camry, and it’s a Looker
The Toyota Camry is one of the best-selling cars in North America. Although we can criticise the car for its relative lack of character, it seems as though consumers have adopted the sedan for its great reliability record, its strong resale value and its high level of comfort. Camry buyers …

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Episodes
Motoring TV 2000 Episode 22
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Motoring TV
Toyota Camry 2018 - Motoring TV
They keep telling us the sedan market is dying, Ford is going all-in on trucks. Yet despite this grim outlook, car companies are launching some of the most good looking family sedans, and that includes the new Camry.. To watch all our most up to date content, check out our …
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Motoring TV 2002 Episode 3
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Motoring TV 2002 Episode 8
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Video Reviews
Review: 2015 Toyota Camry
Okay, so the Toyota Camry doesn't generally evoke the same feeling as, say, a Lexus RC F. The best-selling passenger car in North America for the past 12 years has, however, been known for its reliability. So what happens when a little bit of ‘sport’ is added to a lot …
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