Toyota Camry pricing, reviews, and specifications
Average Toyota Camry price: $8,588
Toyota Camry model review
- Newer generations include impressive power and torque
- Spacious and comfortable interior for a mid-size car
- An incredibly reliable car
- Not much kit for the price
- The popularity of the car makes it a little uninteresting on the road
- The driving experience can be a little dull
The current average price for a Toyota Camry for sale is $8,588. This has increased by 17.04% since the previous month.
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Overview, look, and feel of the Toyota Camry
Overview, Look, and Feel of the Toyota Camry
Like the car or not, the Toyota Camry is the best-selling family/salesman vehicle that the world has ever seen. It screams vanilla, in a safe and secure sort of way. Companies love it, families love it, and it makes you feel intrinsically secure. The Camry is more than a means of transportation; it’s a way of life.
Since the late 1980s, Toyota has built over 1.5 million Camrys here. Granted, many of those get exported to the Middle East, but the fact remains that Toyota loves our market. And they do with good reason; they sell many types of vehicles here. Utes, 4x4s, sedans – you name it, there’s probably a Toyota badge to fit.
One of those vehicular mainstays is the Toyota Camry, and it’s the kind of car that can be adapted to any market. In the US, the Camry gets lots of cup holders, in Europe it gets lots of diesel engines, and in Abu Dhabi it gets lots of ‘taxi’ signs. But no matter where you are, the Toyota Camry translates to reliable transportation.
The previous generation Toyota Camry was not terribly exciting. The styling was uninspired, the interior looked a bit bland, and it very much looked the part of a run-of-the-mill car. This was okay, because the Camry wasn’t intended to be exciting.
Now those shortcomings have been dealt a serious blow, and the most recent Toyota Camry wears some rather provocative lines. Granted, provocation is a relative thing, but Toyota did inject some much-needed style into their popular mid-sized car.
Toyota Camry engine specs and performance
Toyota Camry Engine Specs and Performance
When the Toyota Camry was initially introduced here in the early 1980s, the only engine offered was a 2.0L that offered roughly 77kW of power. The next few generations also saw a range of engines with relatively low power come off the line. In the mid-to-late 1990s, Toyota released the 2.2L turbodiesel engine, which marked the point where Toyota went from a reliable sedan to a reliable sedan with a decent amount of power. However, the real turning point was with the 1996 to 2001 generation of vehicles, which offered a 2.2L or 3.0L engine as well as a supercharger kit that could boost the power to 184kW and the torque to 328Nm.
The late-2000s generation of the Toyota Camry, which ended with the release of the newest generation in 2011, offers a 2.4L engine option, which provides 117kW of power and 218Nm of torque. Along with that, there is a 2.5L engine that provides 126kW of power and 226Nm of torque. The 3.5L provides a very impressive 200kW of power and 336Nm of torque.
The newest generation offers a few engine options, though the most popular choice seems to be the 2.5L, which produces 135kW of power and 235Nm of torque. That puts it higher than most cars in its bracket, and it helps explain why the Camry is such a popular choice among buyers.
Standard equipment and options for the Toyota Camry
Standard Equipment and Options for the Toyota Camry
The Toyota Camry has, for the most part, always been capable of keeping up with the times. Though you won’t see anything high-tech in older vehicles, you can expect them to be at about the same level as other cars produced in the same year. The upmarket trims from previous years may have a few bells and whistles that would become standard with later generations of the car. Power locks, windows, and alarm system have been standard since the early 2000 models.
In the newer Toyota Camry, the seats have been redesigned to reduce fatigue and repositioned within the cabin to increase rear legroom. The back seats also fold flat, allowing you to access the rather large 515L boot. There are 4 cup holders, 6 bottle holders, and a bunch of useful storage cubbies sprinkled throughout the cabin.
Here, the Camry’s trims are branded as the Altise, Atara S, SL, and SX, as well as the Camry H and Camry HL. The Altise represents the base model of the Toyota Camry, while the Atara SL is the upmarket Camry, with touchscreen satnav and wireless connectivity for mobile phones. The audio features aren’t all that exciting, and include a CD player, thought there is no satellite radio.
Toyota Camry's competition
Toyota Camry's Competition
It’s hard to pick out competition for the most popular sedan in Australia, but there are a few cars that might tempt people away from the Toyota Camry. Perhaps the biggest competition is Honda with the Accord and Civic, both of which are beginning to see a rise in popularity. The Civic’s 1.6L turbo 4-cylinder provides an 88kW of power at 4000rpm and an impressive 300Nm of torque at only 2000rpm. As if that alone was not enough to draw some attention away from the Toyota Camry, the Honda Civic offers a lot more kit, from the intelligent display system, which allows you to upload your own wallpaper, to the inclusion of a rear view camera, rain-sensing wipers, and much more. You can get a Honda Civic or Toyota Camry from the same year for about the same price, though depending on the kit and the trim, you may find one or the other to be a bit more expensive.
- Average Distance: 39000 km
- Body Type: 4D Sedan
- Country Of Origin: Australia
- Compliance Plate Location: Upper Pass Side C-Pillar
- Release Date: 01/12/2011
Dimensions & Weights
- Vehicles Length: 4815 mm
- Vehicle Width: 1825 mm
- Vehicles Height: 1470 mm
- Ground Clearance: 145 mm
- Track Front: 1575 mm
- Track Rear: 1565 mm
- Wheelbase: 2775 mm
- Turning Circle: 10.8 m
- No of Doors: 4
- No of Seats: 5
- Gross Vehicle Mass: 2100 kg
- Kerb Weight: 1420 kg
- Vehicle's Payload Capacity: 680 kg
- Towing Capacity: 1200 kg
- Towing Capacity Braked: 1200 kg
- Towing Capacity Unbraked: 500 kg
Engine & Performance
- Engine Type: Multi Point F/Inj
- Bore Stroke: 90x98
- Cylinder Configuration: Inline 4
- Cylinder Compression Ratio: 10.4
- Engine Capacity CC: 2494 cc
- Engine Capacity Litres: 2.5L
- Power: 133kW @ 6000rpm
- Torque: 231Nm @ 4100rpm
- No. Of Valves: 16
- Valve Gear: Variable Double Overhead Cam
Fuel & Emissions
- CO2 Emissions: 183
- Air pollution Rating: 6.5
- Fuel Consumption City: 7.8
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 70 L
- Fuel Type: Unleaded Petrol
- Green House Rating: 6.5
- Green Vehicle Guide Rating: 3.5
Servicing & Warranty
- Service KMs: 15000 km
- Service Months: 9
- Warranty KMs: 100000 km
- Warranty Months: 36
Transmission & Steering
- Driven Wheels: Front Wheel Drive
- Gear ratio: 3.815
- Brake Front: Disc - Ventilated
- Brake Rear: Disc
- Rim Size: 6.5 in
- Rim Width: 6.5 in
- Suspension Front: Anti roll bar, Coil Spring, Gas damper, MacPherson strut
- Suspension Rear: Anti roll bar, Coil Spring, Gas damper, Multi-link system
- Transmission type: 6 SP Automatic
- Steering Mechanism: Rack & Pinion - Power Assisted
- Tyre Front: 215/60 R16
- Tyre Rear: 215/60 R16
- Rim Size Front: 6.5x16 in
- Rim Size Rear: 6.5x16 in
- Dual Front Airbag Package
- Airbag Knee Driver
- Anti-lock Braking
- Air Conditioning
- Alarm System/Remote Anti Theft
- 16 Inch Alloy Wheels
- Brake Assist
- Cruise Control
- Central Locking Remote Control
- Electronic Brake Force Distribution
- Head Airbags
- Engine Immobiliser
- Multi Function Control Screen
- Power Mirrors With Indicators
- Power Steering
- Power Windows
- Radio CD with 6 Speakers
- Reversing Camera
- Side Front Air Bags
- Trip Computer
- Traction Control System
- Vehicle Stability Control
**These car model details represent the most recent manufactured version of the vehicle. Visit an individual listing page to see specifications specific to the vehicle model and year.
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