Toyota camry model car. Models of real automobiles.

The Toyota Camry is a popular family automobile with high resale value and outstanding dependability. It’s no surprise that so many people opt for a Toyota as their next vehicle. If you’re looking for a new car or truck, here’s all you need to know .

toyota camry model car
toyota camry model car

2018–22 Camry

2018–22 Camry
2018–22 Camry

The terms “fun” and “Camry” have never been more synonymous than they are now, due to a new base and modified suspension that gives the Camry real appeal among drivers. The basic 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is sufficiently powerful, but the optional 3.5-liter V-6 with 301 horsepower is intriguing.

An eight-speed automatic gearbox is used with both engines. The V-6 is smooth and powerful, and it gets decent gas mileage, with an EPA combined rating of 26 mpg. Of course, if fuel economy is a priority, the Camry Hybrid, which delivers an EPA-estimated 52 mpg combined in LE trim, is worth considering. Automatic emergency braking and pedestrian recognition are standard safety features, as is lane keep assist cruise control that adapts.

Our expert’s thoughts on the Toyota Camry 2022

Our expert's thoughts on the Toyota Camry 2022
Our expert’s thoughts on the Toyota Camry 2022

Jim Travers’ contribution

The SE Hybrid now comes in a Nightshade Edition, and the Ice Edge exterior color, which was previously restricted for TRD trim, is now available on all models. TRD has a new two-tone color scheme (Cavalry Blue with Midnight Black roof)

Pricing: A base front-wheel-drive LE starts at $26,320 and goes up to $36,745 for an XSE with a V-6 and FWD. All-wheel drive is offered on gas-only four-cylinder LE, SE, SE Nightshade, XLE, and XSE models for an additional $1,400. The LE hybrid starts at $28,405 and goes up to $33,845 for the XSE. The Camry TRD is only available with the V-6 and is priced at $33,385. All fares for 2022 include a $50 destination fee

For 2021, the price is $1,025, up from $995.

Now available for purchase

Which year should you invest in: 2021 or 2022? A 2021 Camry would be a better option to avoid the price rise due to a few substantial revisions for 2022. This is especially true if you’re looking at the lesser trims, which have the most price hikes. If you want a hybrid with the SE Nightshade trim, you’ll have to go with a 2022.

For 2022, Toyota’s iconic Camry family vehicle will see just minor alterations. The SE Hybrid now comes with a Nightshade Edition, which has blacked-out window trim, badging, and external mirrors, among other things. Other changes in the lineup are minimal, with some standard equipment shuffles and new wheel and tire combinations front-end layouts.

Safety Technology and Features

A 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a 4.2-inch display in the instrument panel, dual-zone automatic temperature control, leather upholstery, 17-inch alloy wheels, and keyless entry are standard on Camry LEs. A bigger 9-inch touchscreen, navigation, an improved radio, a head-up display, moonroof, wireless device charging, leather upholstery, heated front and back seats, and remote start are just a few of the options available.

Adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with automated emergency braking and pedestrian recognition, lane departure warning with lane-keeping assist, and automatic high beams are all standard safety features. A 360-degree video system and blind spot warning with rear cross-traffic alert are available as options.


A 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 203 horsepower is standard, along with an eight-speed automatic gearbox and front- or all-wheel drive. A 3.5-liter V-6 with 301 horsepower is available, as well as an eight-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.

A 176-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine is coupled with an electric motor and battery pack for a total of 208 system horsepower in hybrid variants. A continuously variable automatic gearbox and front-wheel drive are standard on all hybrids.

Release Date and Price

The Toyota Camry and Camry Hybrid for 2022 are currently on sale, with starting costs for all trim levels shown below. A $1,025 destination fee is included in all fares, up from $995 in 2021 (the increase represents the additional $20). AWD is offered on gas-only four-cylinder Camrys for an additional $1,400, while the FWD-exclusive V-6 is available on the XLE and XSE for an extra $5,125.

LE: $26,320 (an rise of $355)
$27,720 LE AWD ($355 increase)
SE: $27,860 ($380 more than before)
SE AWD: $29,260 ($380 more than before)
$28,560 ($380 increase) for SE Nightshade
$29,960 SE Nightshade AWD ($380 increase)
$31,070 ($205 increase) XLE
$32,470 for the XLE AWD ($205 more)
$36,195 (up $205) for the XLE V-6
$31,620 ($205 increase) XSE
$33,020 ($205 increase) XSE AWD
$36,745 ($205 increase) for XSE V-6
$33,385 TRD ($205 increase)

Toyota Camry Hybrid 2022

LE: $28,405 (an rise of $140)
SE: $29,940 ($160 more than before)
SE $30,640 for Nightshade (New)
$33,295 ($130 increase) XLE
$33,845 ($130 increase) XSE



Toyota offers new car and Certified Pre-Owned vehicle programs.

Advantages of the new automobile program

36 months/36,000 miles bumper to bumper
60 months of corrosion/unlimited mileage
60 months/60,000 miles on the powertrain
24 months/25,000 miles of maintenance
24 months/unlimited mileage roadside assistance

Advantages of the Certified Pre-Owned program

7 years/less than 85,000 miles maximum age/mileage
Terms of the basic warranty are 12 months/12, 000 miles.
7 years/100,000 miles on the powertrain
Dealer accreditation is necessary.
Inspections with 160 or 174 points
Providing roadside assistance

2012–17 Camry

2012–17 Camry
2012–17 Camry

While the Camry underwent a considerable facelift for the 2012 model year, it faced stiff competition in the mid-size sedan segment. Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata, Honda Accord, Kia Optima, and Chevrolet Malibu were all raising the standard in terms of interior amenities, overall refinement, and performance. Toyota replied with a Camry that was more fuel efficient, offering four-cylinder and V-6 engine options as well as a hybrid powertrain.

A manual transmission was no longer available for the first time. In 2013, rear cross-traffic warning became optional. In 2015, the Camry received a design change that included more aggressive style, as well as features like optional wireless smartphone charging, which helped it stay competitive in a crowded class.

Our expert’s perspective on the 2017 Toyota Camry

Our expert's perspective on the 2017 Toyota Camry
Our expert’s perspective on the 2017 Toyota Camry

Overview of Vehicle

What it is: The Toyota Camry is a five-seat car with a hybrid motor or a traditional gas engine. The Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, and Hyundai Sonata are all competitors.

New for 2017
Toyota’s Entune app suite multimedia system is available in the XLE and XSE trim levels, with wireless charging for compatible smartphones available in the XLE, four-cylinder XSE, and XLE Hybrid models.

Standard Features of Note

2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 178 horsepower
Automatic six-speed transmission
Front-wheel drive stereo with Bluetooth streaming audio and iPod/USB compatibility
Backseat with 60/40 split
Front airbags, antilock brakes, and an electronic stability system are all required in every new automobile.

Important Available Options

The 3.5-liter V-6 SE variant offers a sport suspension and 268 horsepower.
Higher-rate springs, specialized shocks, stiffer bushings, and altered steering tune are all available in the XSE model.
Upholstery in leather
System of navigation
Rear cross-traffic alert and blind spot warning system
Collision avoidance system
Cruise control that adapts
Warning for lane deviation
Subscription-based Safety Camry Hybrid has a 2.5-liter four-cylinder gas engine and an electric motor that together produce 200 horsepower. Automatic gearbox is included as standard equipment.
What’s Unique

Camry Hybrid trim levels include LE, SE, and XLE.
The electric motor is powered by a battery pack under the back seat.
To enhance gas efficiency, Eco mode exchanges air conditioner efficacy for accelerator sensitivity.
The SE variant has its own suspension tune.

Customer feedback

Customer feedback
Customer feedback

4.7 (464 reviews)
This automobile is recommended by 95% of drivers. Rating breakdown (out of 5):

Interior design (4.7)
4.7 Value for money 4.7 Performance
4.7 External design
4.7 Reliability

It’s a blast to drive.

Mariahdz, Eagle Pass, Texas

The ride is fantastic; Toyota provides comfort and spaciousness, is fuel efficient, and costs a reasonable amount to own.

(out of 5) Rating breakdown:

5.0 Comfort 5.0 Interior design 5.0 Performance 5.0 Price 5.0 Value for money 5.0 Exterior styling 5.0 Reliability 5.0
I bought a new automobile to use for commuting.
This vehicle is highly recommended.

Excellent Vehicle

Maine resident curbyz

This automobile is comfortable to drive and operates well. It fits all of my driving requirements. I would absolutely purchase another. To commute to work, I needed a reliable vehicle. Many thanks’

(out of 5) Rating breakdown:
5.0 Interior design 5.0 Performance 5.0 Price/performance 5.0 Exterior appearance 5.0 Reliability 5.0
Purchased a used automobile for commuting Does this car come highly recommended?

The most beautiful automobile I’ve ever owned.

From Louisville, Kentucky, by topherinbr

I chose the 2017 model since the new 2018 and later versions had troubles with the new 8-speed gearbox. So far, this was the only model with a bulletproof transmission. I’m hoping to pay off this automobile and be debt-free and problem-free for the following ten years. Always choose Toyota. Statistics show that they are the most dependable, and no one wants to experience automobile problems.

(out of 5) Rating breakdown:
5.0 Value for money 5.0 Comfort 5.0 Interior design 5.0 Performance
5.0 Reliability 5.0 Exterior styling
5.0 Bought a used car for commuting Does suggest this vehicle

2007–11 Camry

2007–11 Camry
2007–11 Camry

For the 2007 model year, Toyota revamped the Camry to stay up with competitors like the Honda Accord and Ford Fusion. The style was more conservative than previously, but still modest. A 158-hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine was standard, but a larger, more powerful 268-hp 3.5-liter V-6 was available as an option.

Side-impact and side-curtain airbags were standard, while an electronic stability system was previously optional before becoming standard for the 2010 model year. In 2007, a hybrid variant was added to the Camry inventory for the first time.

Our expert’s assessment on the 2011 Toyota Camry

Our expert's assessment on the 2011 Toyota Camry
Our expert’s assessment on the 2011 Toyota Camry

Thomas, David
The verdict:

In comparison to the competition:
The Toyota Camry is roomy, comfortable, and comes equipped with a strong V-6 engine and a silky smooth six-speed gearbox. Despite these advantages, new competition from Hyundai, Kia, and Ford is deemed equal to the front-runner and is typically a better bargain.

What does this mean for the Camry? It’s an excellent choice for commuters or anybody else seeking for a relaxing trip that doesn’t need much thought. It isn’t exhilarating, but it is a rock-solid vehicle. Year after year, people continue to buy it.

Four-cylinder engines are becoming more popular in midsize cars, and the Camry’s performed admirably in a test. It’s capable and shifts smoothly.

While the optional 18-inch sport-oriented alloy wheel and tire package made the Toyota Camry’s already smooth ride a little rougher, the Camry’s cruising comfort is well-known. The steering isn’t precise, and the handling is bad, but if you’re travelling from point A to point B and would rather listen to NPR than worry about road curves, this is a reasonable option.

My latest tester’s optional 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 proved to be exceedingly speedy, which was the most surprise feature of the Camry on the road. While I can understand sacrificing handling precision for comfort, I couldn’t stand the Toyota’s brakes. It’s endemic to the brand: you have to dig too deep to obtain the desired response.

Steering slack is one thing, but coming to a complete stop is as important. Honda’s brakes might be unduly grabby, while Ford, Hyundai, and Kia models provide the type of input consumers expect chevaliers.

The Toyota Camry is an outdated platform, and the firm hasn’t addressed gas mileage in a long time, so it lags behind most body-type competitors. The V-6, at 20/29 mpg city/highway and 23 mpg combined, behind the Accord’s 24 mpg combined but outperforms the Ford Fusion’s V-6, which gets 21 mpg combined.

The new Hyundai Sonata Turbo is a true stunner; instead of a V-6, it features a turbocharged four-cylinder with more power than the Camry V-6 and better efficiency than the Camry’s four-cylinder: 22/33 mpg city/highway, 26 mpg combined.

Toyota offers a Camry Hybrid that costs extra but gets 31/35 mpg city/highway and 33 mpg combined. But, you guessed it, the Sonata has a hybrid version, and it outperforms the Camry by a wide margin, with city/highway mileage of 35/40 mpg and combined mileage of 37 mpg.


The inside of the Toyota Camry has stood up well versus the competition as the platform has aged. Even when compared to the Sonata, the plastics are of exceptional grade. The dashboard’s simple, attractive design, complete with a glowing centerpiece around the radio buttons, appealed to me.

My test car’s front leather seats are the biggest I’ve ever seen in a vehicle of this size. Even on lengthy rides, they are really comfy. Adult passengers and kid safety seats have plenty of room in the backseat.
At 14.5 cubic feet, the trunk is likewise rather spacious. It has a very large entrance, making it simple to get large items within.

Pricing & Features

The bottom line pricing is a major concern for today’s automobile buyers. The Camry, as rational as it is, comes at a price premium. When comparing comparable Sonata trim levels, the Toyota Camry is consistently $500-$2,000 more costly. The Sonata is substantially better equipped than the Camry at the entry level, with standard Bluetooth and USB connections.

Perhaps the Toyota Camry’s greater price might be justified if it was considerably superior in every other way. However, this is not the case; Hyundai offers a superior warranty, and its dependability is increasing, even though it lacks Toyota’s lengthy track record.


The Toyota Camry received four stars overall in crash testing using the government’s new five-star rating system, but only after improvements to the new model’s manufacture. Camry sedans from the 2011 model year that were built after November 22, 2010 receive the better four-star rating. The production date of a car may be found on a label attached to the driver’s doorjamb.

The Toyota Camry received a Good rating in the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s frontal, side, and roof-strength tests, but only a Marginal rating in rear collisions, preventing it from obtaining the Top Safety Pick label.

This is another area where the Hyundai outperforms the competition. The Sonata is one of a select group of automobiles it must have a government five-star safety certification and be an IIHS Top Safety Pick on the market. Optional extra safety features like as anti-lock brakes are available on some trim levels, such as the XLE.

In the Market for a Camry

For many years, the Toyota Camry has been the market leader in terms of sales. Despite several recalls in the last two years, the automobile continues to be the best-selling vehicle.

Because the Toyota Camry is targeted by every new car to come the market, and for the most part, it has held its own, all those faithful owners must value comfort and tranquility above all else.

I said previously that we had a sedan shootout. Against seven of the newcomers, the Toyota Camry finished a respectable second. Only the Hyundai Sonata came close.

Customer feedback

Customer feedback
Customer feedback

4.6 (215 reviews)
This automobile is recommended by 91% of drivers.

Comfort (out of a possible five stars)
4.6 Interior design 4.3 Performance 4.5 Cost-effectiveness
4.6 External design
4.5 \sReliability

Various roomy and comfy automobiles

By MaA Page of Miami, Florida

What we don’t care for Outside paint is fading rapidly all over the vehicle’s body, making it appear scorched and unsightly. I’m amazed there hasn’t been a recall because of this. Meets our space and safety requirements
(out of 5) Rating breakdown:

Interior design 4.0 Comfort 5.0 Performance 5.0 Value for money 5.0 Exterior styling
3.0 \sReliability
Purchased a New Car for Family Transportation
This vehicle is highly recommended.

So far, everything has gone well.

By Gabrielle, a Dunnellon mother

I believe this car operates well considering its age. Lights up the leather seats and the lovely dash. Excellent on gas! It’s unbeatable. Ty
(out of 5) Rating breakdown:

Interior design (4.0)
5.0 \sPerformance
4.0 Good value for money
4.0 External design
4.0 \sReliability
4.0 Purchased a used car for family transportation Does suggest this vehicle

freshly purchased and robed

Tw is unable to transport it from Hamburg to New York

The automobile would be fantastic if the dealer addressed the recalls and corrected what needed to be fixed. My automobile has a total mileage of 23,000 kilometers. There should be no problems in any way.

(out of 5) Rating breakdown:

3.0 Interior design 3.0 Performance 1.0 Financial value
2.0 External design
4.0 \sReliability
3.0 bought a used automobile to have some fun in.
This vehicle is not recommended.

2002–06 Camry

2002–06 Camry
2002–06 Camry

The 2002 Camry debuted with a new chassis and a sharper look that bore more than a passing similarity to Lexus sedans. The previous generation’s smaller headlights and taillights were replaced with larger versions. The base engine was a bigger 2.4-liter four-cylinder, while the optional 3.0-liter V-6 was joined in 2004 by a slightly larger and more powerful V-6 available for the SE model.

Our expert’s assessment on the 2006 Toyota Camry

Our expert's assessment on the 2006 Toyota Camry
Our expert’s assessment on the 2006 Toyota Camry

According to the verdict:
Against the opposition:
GREENVILLE, South Carolina — With respect to Volkswagen, which invented the term “people’s car,” the term has been more aptly attributed to Toyota’s Camry for the past decade.

Anyone for Camry?
Since its debut in Japan in 1980, Toyota has sold more than 10 million Camrys globally, including more than 6.5 million in the United States. Despite competition from new and intriguing competitors, it has been the American sales leader for seven of the last eight years (notably Korean).

I tooled around in the 2007 Camry during the same ice storm in which I drove the legendary resurrected Land Cruiser, the Toyota FJ. I was able to acquire a good sense of the vehicle, However, when I’ve had it for a week and Toyota’s publicity embargo has passed, I’ll report on how it handles. But I can assure you that this new Camry is not your father’s (or, perhaps more accurately, grandfather’s) Camry.

Despite strong sales, Toyota has acknowledged that its devoted customer base is growing older. Camrys of the previous generation may have appealed to a specific demographic, but they were not going to sell to younger purchasers. This one has a lot of promise.

First and foremost, it is a significantly more substantial vehicle than the preceding model. There’s plenty of legroom in the back, deep leg wells up front, a broader, longer stance, greenhouse-like headroom, and a more luxurious interior than before.

With sculpted contours, a daring nose that looks like an aviation wing, wheels positioned so far front and aft as to minimize significant overhang, and light lenses, it has gone from meek and dull on the outside to downright strong.

The Camry will be offered in CE, LE, and XLE trim levels, with Toyota dependability. Models that combine fuel and electricity are also on the way. All will be equipped with front, side, and side curtain air bags as standard. Traction and stability control, unfortunately, are still choices.

Halogen headlights, a flexible steering wheel, a six-speaker sound system, and a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine with a five-speed manual transmission come standard on the lower-end CE (automatic is optional).

By the time you go to the top-of-the-line XLE, you’ll get a dual-zone climate control system with steering wheel controls, an enhanced audio system with Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free phone calls, wood grain trim, power moon roof, reclining back seats, fog lights, and unique alloys. Depending on the model and options, expect to pay anywhere from $19,000 to $29,000.

The four-cylinder engine produces 158 horsepower and 161 pound-feet of torque, while the V-6 produces 268 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque. I’m not authorized to say much about it here, but the V-6 is unlike any engine found in previous Camrys. It will most likely make the 2007 model more athletic and spirited.

It’s mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that will likely allow you to keep the revs high without changing. The new Camry, which was introduced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit recently, will help Toyota become the world’s largest automaker. And that day is rapidly approaching.

Customer feedback

Customer feedback
Customer feedback

4.4 (77 reviews)
This automobile is recommended by 89 percent of drivers.
(out of 5) Rating breakdown:

4.5 Exterior aesthetics 4.3 Performance 4.4 Value for money 4.5 Interior design
4.3 \sReliability

I adore this vehicle.

Lafayette, LA-based LouisianaMD

You know how it feels when you’re wearing your favorite pair of pants. The V6 is a lot of fun to drive. Since I acquired it in 2009, there have been no major difficulties. There were no electrical issues, either.

(out of 5) Rating breakdown:
5.0 Interior design 5.0 Performance 5.0 Cost-effectiveness 5.0 Exterior style 5.0 Reliability
Purchased a used automobile for family transportation Does this car come highly recommended?

It’s almost too dependable!

By Bugsie, a Columbus, Ohio resident

It’s difficult to trade in or sell because it has never failed me in over 15 years. Maintenance and care are really low. Excellent for people from all areas of life.
(out of 5) Rating breakdown:

5.0 Interior design 5.0 Performance 5.0 Cost-effectiveness
5.0 Reliability 5.0 Exterior styling 5.0
I bought a new automobile to use for commuting.
Is it recommended?

I’ve owned a good automobile.

Crystal writes from Las Vegas, Nevada.

This vehicle satisfied all of my requirements. It is convenient. It offers lots of front and rear legroom, and the ride is excellent in comparison to the other cars I examined.
(out of 5) Rating breakdown:

5.0 Interior design 5.0 Performance 5.0 Cost-effectiveness 5.0 Exterior style 5.0 Reliability
Purchased a used automobile for commuting Does this car come highly recommended?

1992–2001 Camry

1992–2001 Camry
1992–2001 Camry

This is the Camry generation that solidified Toyota’s reputation for dependability and confirmed the car’s place at the top of the family sedan class. The previous generation’s softer appearance was no longer available, as were the wagon and coupe body options. A 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine and a thirstier 3.0-liter V-6 engine were available.



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Front-wheel drive, 188.5″ length, 55.4″ height

5 trims

5 trims
5 trims

From the lowest to the highest starting msrp

LE $20,415
LE V6 $22,385
XLE $24,095
XLE V6 $26,225
CE $17,675
LE $20,415
LE V6 $22,385

Customer feedback

Customer feedback
Customer feedback

4.4 (67 reviews)
This automobile is recommended by 92 percent of drivers.
(out of 5) Rating breakdown:
Interior design 4.0 Performance 4.3 Comfort
4.4 Good value for money
4.6 External design
4.2 \sReliability

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Richie from Hemphill, Texas contributed this article.

This automobile had 208,000 miles when I got it from my mother-in-law. The vehicle is in excellent condition. My only gripe is that the door locks are cheap and have all four been replaced.

(out of 5) Rating breakdown:

Interior design 5.0
3.0 \sPerformance
3.0 Good value for money
5.0 External design
4.0 \sReliability
Purchased a used automobile for commuting Does this car come highly recommended?

Camry named Cami

Monica from Philadelphia

I like this car; it’s a beast with the V6 engine, but it’s so smooth and reliable! If I could, I’d drive her for the rest of my life!

(out of 5) Rating breakdown:

Interior design (4.0)
5.0 Value for money 4.0 Performance
5.0 External design
4.0 \sReliability
5.0 I bought a used automobile for commuting.
This vehicle is highly recommended.

Proof of Bullitt

By an elderly Romeoville resident

This automobile has a very basic design. Everything that needs to be obtained is accessible with minimal effort. It should be simple to maintain.

(out of 5) Rating breakdown:

5.0 Comfort 5.0 Interior design 5.0 Performance 5.0 Price 5.0 Value for money 5.0 Exterior styling 5.0 Reliability 5.0
I bought a used automobile to use for commuting.
This vehicle is highly recommended.

F.A.Q: Toyota camry model car.

What are the different Toyota Camry models?

The Toyota Camry is available in twelve different trim levels, including hybrid models: LE, LE Hybrid, SE, SE Hybrid, SE Night Edition, XLE, XLE Hybrid, XSE, XSE Hybrid, TRD, XLE V6, and XSE V6. Read about the highlights of the 2021 Toyota Camry Hybrid trim levels and then visit Royal South Toyota to choose the best vehicle for you.

What is the highest Camry model?

The TRD and XSE trim levels are two of the six trim levels available for the 2020 Toyota Camry. The TRD is the Camry’s highest trim level for 2020. The XSE trim level is in the middle. TRD stands for “Toyota Racing Development,” and it is the sportiest trim option in the Toyota Camry range for 2020.

Is Camry a model or a brand?

To distinguish this new front-wheel-drive four-door sedan from the rear-wheel-drive vehicle it replaced, Toyota gave it a new name, Camry, which is derived from the Japanese word kanmuri, which means “crown.”

How can I figure out which Camry model I have?

Examine the VIN’s last six digits. The Camry model code is indicated by digits 12 through 17. The fifth Camry manufactured for that year model has the concluding numbers “000005.” The last six numbers work in ascending sequence, much like a counter.


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