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2018 - 2024 Toyota Camry

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The 2024 Toyota Camry doesn?t receive any changes for the new model year, but the highly popular sedan doesn?t need them. Despite the popularity of SUVs, the Camry continues to be one of the more favored sedans on the road. Toyota, though, is expected to introduce a fully redesigned model for 2025. Toyota offers the 2024 Camry in six different trims: LE, SE, SE Nightshade, XLE, XSE, TRD. Pricing for the Camry ranges from $27,515 to $37,940. The 2024 Toyota Camry is available with two engines. ... Read more

2012 - 2017 Toyota Camry

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The Toyota Camry is the product of an ongoing case study of the American family and its transportation needs. The Camry's combination of comfort, usability, agreeable design and appliance-like reliability have made it the single bestselling car in the United States for the past fourteen years in a row while preserving consistently high resale value. If you shop for vehicles based on function and value, the Camry will be at the top of your list?and will likely end up in your garage. The XSE and... Read more

2007 - 2011 Toyota Camry

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The Camry is a front-wheel drive, five-passenger, four-door sedan featuring four trims: Base, LE, SE, and XLE. A 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and six-speed manual transmission are standard; a six-speed automatic transmission with sequential shifting is optional. LE, SE, and XLE models are available with a 3.5-liter V6 and six-speed automatic transmission with sequential shifting. Stability and traction control, seven-airbags, and tire pressure monitor are standard safety equipment. The 2011 Toyota Camry carries over unchanged. Read more

2002 - 2006 Toyota Camry

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The Camry sedan comes in four trim levels: base, LE, SE, and XLE. A 154-horsepower 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine comes standard on Camry, LE and SE models. A five-speed manual transmission comes standard; a five-speed automatic transmission is optional. The LE is available with a 190-horsepower 3.0-liter V6; it comes with the automatic transmission, included in the option price. The XLE is available with the 2.4-liter four-cylinder or the 3.0-liter V6, both with automatic transmission only. The SE is available with a bigger 3.3-liter V6 rated at 210 horsepower, which comes with the five-speed... Read more

1997 - 2001 Toyota Camry


Is there a "best-of" automotive list that DOESN'T include the top-selling Toyota Camry? For nearly 20 years the Camry has defined the family sedan. In its current iteration, the Camry offers a comfortable cabin, spacious trunk, and smooth and quiet-running engines. Plus, the Camry has a well-deserved reputation for high reliability. This is certainly a tough combination to beat. The current model is getting a little long in the tooth. An all-new 2002 model is just around the corner. Read more

1992 - 1996 Toyota Camry


Since its total redesign four years ago, Camry has been Toyota's bread-and-butter car, the all-around midsize family machine that is the company's biggest seller by far. The Camry is meant to meet the needs of a wide range of buyers, from those seeking solid basic transportation to slightly more enthusiastic drivers to the luxury-minded, with a mix of sedans, coupes and station wagons in a variety of trim levels. Camry faces some tough opponents. Virtually every major manufacturer wants a piece of this pie. Honda's Accord line is a perennial favorite; so are the Mazda 626 and Nissan Maxima. Th... Read more