Starting msrp listed lowest to highest price
2022 Toyota Camry review: Our expert's take
Most significant changes: SE Hybrid now available in Nightshade Edition; Ice Edge exterior color previously reserved for TRD trim now available on all models; TRD gets new two-tone color combo (Cavalry Blue with Midnight Black roof)
Pricing: Prices start at $26,320 for a base front-wheel-drive LE and top out at $36,745 for an XSE with a V-6 and FWD. All-wheel drive is available for another $1,400 on gas-only four-cylinder versions of the LE, SE, SE Nightshade, XLE and XSE. Hybrids start at $28,405 for the LE, rising to $33,845 for an XSE. The Camry TRD is available only with the V-6 and FWD and starts at $33,385. All 2022 prices include a destination charge of $1,025, up from $995 for 2021.
On sale: Now
Which should you buy, 2021 or 2022? Few significant changes for 2022 might make a 2021 Camry a better buy to avoid the price increase. That’s especially true if you’re shopping for one of the lower trims, which have the largest increases. If a hybrid with the SE Nightshade trim is your choice, though, it will have to be a 2022.
Little changes are in store for Toyota’s venerable Camry family sedan for 2022. The SE Hybrid now gains a Nightshade Edition, which features 18-inch black-alloy wheels along with blacked-out window trim, badging, exterior mirrors and more. Changes elsewhere in the lineup are minor, with some shuffling of standard equipment, as well as new wheel and front-end designs.
Features and Safety Tech
Base Camry LEs include a 7-inch touchscreen display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a 4.2-inch display in the instrument panel, dual-zone automatic climate control, cloth upholstery, 17-inch alloy wheels and keyless entry. Options include a larger 9-inch touchscreen, navigation, an upgraded stereo, a head-up display, moonroof, wireless device charging, leather upholstery, heated front and rear seats, and remote start.
Standard safety features include adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with lane-keeping assist and automatic high beams. Options include a 360-degree camera system and blind spot warning with rear cross-traffic alert.
A 203-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is standard, paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and either standard front- or optional all-wheel drive. A 301-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 is optional, also mated to an eight-speed automatic and FWD. Hybrid models use a 176-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine combined with an electric motor and battery pack for a total of 208 system hp. All hybrids have a continuously variable automatic transmission and FWD.
Pricing and Release Date
The 2022 Toyota Camry and Camry Hybrid are on sale now, and starting prices for all 2022 trim levels are below. All prices include a $1,025 destination charge, up from $995 in 2021 (the increase reflects the additional $20). For an extra $1,400, buyers can add AWD to gas-only four-cylinder Camrys, while the FWD-exclusive V-6 is available on the XLE and XSE for an extra $5,125.
2022 Toyota Camry
- LE: $26,320 ($355 increase)
- LE AWD: $27,720 ($355 increase)
- SE: $27,860 ($380 increase)
- SE AWD: $29,260 ($380 increase)
- SE Nightshade: $28,560 ($380 increase)
- SE Nightshade AWD: $29,960 ($380 increase)
- XLE: $31,070 ($205 increase)
- XLE AWD: $32,470 ($205 increase)
- XLE V-6: $36,195 ($205 increase)
- XSE: $31,620 ($205 increase)
- XSE AWD: $33,020 ($205 increase)
- XSE V-6: $36,745 ($205 increase)
- TRD: $33,385 ($205 increase)
2022 Toyota Camry Hybrid
- LE: $28,405 ($140 increase)
- SE: $29,940 ($160 increase)
- SE Nightshade: $30,640 (New)
- XLE: $33,295 ($130 increase)
- XSE: $33,845 ($130 increase)
More From Cars.com:
- How Do Car Seats Fit in a 2022 Toyota Camry?
- The Toyota Camry TRD Is Surprisingly Good but Stripped of Features
- Toyota Corolla: Which Should You Buy, 2021 or 2022?
- Life with the Toyota Highlander: What Do Owners Really Think?
- Life With the Toyota Corolla: What Do Owners Really Think?
Cars.com’s Editorial department is your source for automotive news and reviews. In line with Cars.com’s long-standing ethics policy, editors and reviewers don’t accept gifts or free trips from automakers. The Editorial department is independent of Cars.com’s advertising, sales and sponsored content departments.
36 months/36,000 miles
60 months/unlimited distance
60 months/60,000 miles
24 months/25,000 miles
- Roadside assistance
24 months/unlimited distance
- Maximum age/mileage
7 years/less than 85,000 miles
- Basic warranty terms
12 months/12, 000 miles
- Powertrain7 years/100,000 milesView all cpo program details
- Dealer certification required
- 160- or 174-point inspections
- Roadside assistance
Have questions about warranties or CPO programs?
Compare the competitors
Latest 2022 Camry stories
All model years for the Toyota Camry