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Toyota Camry

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The Toyota Camry is a popular family sedan known for excellent reliability and strong resale value. One thing long-missing from the Camry had been any sense of driving excitement, but that’s changed with the redesigned 2018 model. The new front-wheel-drive Camry comes with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder or 3.5-liter V-6 engine, or as a gas-electric Hybrid that pairs a four-cylinder gas engine with an electric motor.

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Commuters

Commuter vehicles have a minimum EPA-estimated mileage of 30 mpg combined. May require specific trim level and/or optional features.

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Small Families

Small Family vehicles include mid-size and larger sedans, hatchbacks, wagons, SUVs and minivans with four doors and five seats.

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6 Generations

Camry - 6 Generations

2018–2019 Camry

Redesigned in 2018
2018–2019 Camry Generation, 2019 Toyota Camry model shown Showing the 2019 Toyota Camry

With its 2018 redesign, the words “fun” and “Camry” go together more than they ever have thanks to a new platform with a reworked suspension that gives the Camry real appeal among people who enjoy driving. The standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder delivers plenty of power, though the optional 301-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 is tempting. Both engines work with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The V-6 is smooth and strong, and it’s even pretty good on gas, with an EPA rating of 26 mpg combined. Of course, if fuel efficiency is what you’re after it’s worth taking a look at the Camry Hybrid, which gets an EPA-estimated 52 mpg combined in LE trim. Standard safety features include automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection, lane keep assist, and adaptive cruise control.

  • MSRP Range $23,845–$34,600
  • Consumer Rating Not yet rated
  • Combined MPG 26-34
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

  • MSRP Range $23,645–$35,100
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 511 reviews
  • Combined MPG 26-34
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

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2012–2017 Camry

Redesigned in 2012
Showing the 2017 Toyota Camry

While the Camry received a significant revamp for the 2012 model year, the competition in the mid-size sedan class wasn’t making life easy for it. Rivals like the Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata, Honda Accord, Kia Optima and Chevrolet Malibu were all moving the bar on interior amenities, overall refinement and performance. Toyota responded with a Camry that was more fuel-efficient with the expected four-cylinder and V-6 engine choices, along with a Hybrid drivetrain. For the first time, a manual transmission was no longer offered. Rear cross-traffic alert became optional in 2013. A design update in 2015 brought more aggressive styling, while updates like available wireless smartphone charging helped the Camry stay competitive in a crowded class.

  • MSRP Range $23,070–$31,370
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.8) 348 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-27
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2017
  • Wireless smartphone charging available
  • Advanced safety features available
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Hybrid model available
  • Current List Price $12,786–$21,446
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 171 reviews
  • Combined MPG 25-28
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2016
  • New Special Edition version
  • Aggressive exterior styling
  • Advanced safety features available
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Hybrid model available
  • Current List Price $12,729–$20,965
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 189 reviews
  • Combined MPG 25-28
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2015
  • New aggressive exterior styling
  • New advanced safety features available
  • Revised steering, suspension
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Hybrid model available
  • Current List Price $9,956–$18,104
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 226 reviews
  • Combined MPG 25-28
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2014
  • Seats five
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Hybrid model
  • Standard automatic transmission
  • Available blind spot warning system
  • Current List Price $8,517–$17,101
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.3) 138 reviews
  • Combined MPG 26-30
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2013
  • Seats five
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Hybrid model
  • Standard automatic transmission
  • Interior upgrades
  • Newly available rear cross-traffic alert
  • Current List Price $7,867–$16,051
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 243 reviews
  • Combined MPG 25-30
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2012
  • Redesigned for 2012
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Standard automatic transmission
  • 2 mpg better gas mileage
  • Larger trunk

2007–2011 Camry

Redesigned in 2007
Showing the 2011 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry was redesigned for the 2007 model year to keep pace with rivals like the Honda Accord and Ford Fusion. The styling was trimmer than before, though still conservative. The base engine was a 158-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder, while a larger, more powerful 268-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 was optional. Side-impact and side curtain airbags were standard, while an electronic stability system was initially optional, then became standard for the 2010 model year. A hybrid model joined the Camry lineup for the first time as a 2007 model.

  • Current List Price $5,782–$13,526
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 165 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-27
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2011
  • Minor styling updates for 2010
  • Stability system standard
  • Standard four-cylinder
  • Available V-6
  • USB input
  • Current List Price $5,107–$12,587
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 106 reviews
  • Combined MPG 23-27
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2010
  • Minor styling updates for 2010
  • Stability system now standard
  • Upgraded standard four-cylinder
  • Available V-6
  • New USB audio compatibility
  • Current List Price $3,923–$12,139
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 115 reviews
  • Combined MPG 23-26
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2009
  • Darker wood (XLE)
  • Reclining backseat (XLE)
  • Standard side-impact and side curtain airbags
  • Optional stability system
  • Hybrid version available
  • Current List Price $4,060–$10,804
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.1) 58 reviews
  • Combined MPG 23-26
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2008
  • Darker wood (XLE)
  • Reclining backseat (XLE)
  • New silver paint
  • Standard side-impact and side curtain airbags
  • Optional stability system
  • Hybrid version available
  • Current List Price $3,403–$10,587
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.1) 254 reviews
  • Combined MPG 26-29
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2007
  • Redesigned for 2007
  • Larger V-6 engine
  • Improved four-cylinder
  • Standard side-impact and side-curtain airbags
  • Reclining backseat (XLE)

2002–2006 Camry

Redesigned in 2002
Showing the 2006 Toyota Camry

The 2002 Camry arrived with a new platform and adopted a sleeker design that shared more than a passing resemblance with sedans from Toyota’s luxury division, Lexus. Larger headlamps and taillights replaced the narrower ones of the previous generation. A larger, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine was standard, while the available 3.0-liter V-6 would be joined in 2004 by a slightly larger and more powerful V-6 available for the SE trim.

  • Current List Price $3,185–$9,153
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 68 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-29
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2006
  • Four-cylinder or V-6
  • Manual or automatic
  • Optional navigation system
  • Standard ABS
  • 210-hp V-6 in sporty SE model
  • Current List Price $2,745–$8,673
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 88 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-29
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2005
  • Available 225-hp, 3.3-liter V-6
  • Manual or automatic
  • Optional navigation system
  • ABS now standard on all models
  • Variety of models
  • Current List Price $2,033–$8,097
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 68 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-28
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Notable Features in 2004
  • New 225-hp V-6
  • Five-speed automatic
  • Four-cylinder/manual-shift model available
  • Optional navigation system
  • New Limited Edition model
  • Current List Price $1,758–$7,778
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.4) 67 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-28
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Read About the 2003 Model 2003 Camry Articles
  • Current List Price $1,582–$7,010
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 68 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-28
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

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1997–2001 Camry

Redesigned in 1997
Showing the 2001 Toyota Camry

This is the Camry generation that cemented Toyota’s reputation for reliability and firmly locked the car into the heart of the family sedan class. The softer styling of the previous generation was gone and, unfortunately, so were the wagon and coupe body styles. A frugal 2.2-liter four-cylinder and a thirstier 3.0-liter V-6 were offered.

  • Current List Price $1,358–$6,710
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 49 reviews
  • Combined MPG 23-28
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

  • Current List Price $929–$6,193
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 50 reviews
  • Combined MPG 23-27
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Read About the 2000 Model 2000 Camry Articles
  • Current List Price $434–$5,838
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 64 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-27
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

  • Current List Price $525–$5,501
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.7) 52 reviews
  • Combined MPG 23-27
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

  • Current List Price $624–$6,024
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 31 reviews
  • Combined MPG 22-27
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan

Read About the 1997 Model 1997 Camry Articles

1992–1996 Camry

Redesigned in 1992
Showing the 1996 Toyota Camry
  • Current List Price $54–$5,170
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 37 reviews
  • Combined MPG 23-27
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan, Wagon

  • Current List Price $47–$4,995
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 26 reviews
  • Combined MPG 24-27
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan, Wagon

  • Current List Price $114–$4,066
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.5) 25 reviews
  • Combined MPG 21-26
  • Body Styles:

    Coupe, Sedan, Wagon

Read About the 1994 Model 1994 Camry Articles
  • Current List Price $1,117–$3,101
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.6) 20 reviews
  • Combined MPG 21-26
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan, Wagon

Read About the 1993 Model 1993 Camry Articles
  • Current List Price $264–$3,864
  • Consumer Rating
    (4.2) 13 reviews
  • Combined MPG 21-25
  • Body Styles:

    Sedan, Wagon

Read About the 1992 Model 1992 Camry Articles

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