Most significant changes: New TRD model, standard Android Auto
Price change: $280 higher on the gas XLE and XSE; $330 higher on the base L; $370 higher on the LE and SE; on the Camry Hybrid, $30 higher on the LE and SE, $245 less on the XLE; no change to $955 destination charge
On sale: Now
Which should you buy, a 2019 or 2020? If you use an Android phone, the 2020 model is the obvious choice. If that isn’t a factor and you don’t want a TRD model, then a 2019 version should be cheaper.
Toyota is turning to performance to try to rev up sales of the 2020 Camry mid-size sedan, one of its consistently best-selling models, in an era when more buyers want SUVs than sedans.