Toyota Camry Energetic V6 Engine, Roomy Interior, and Cushioned Ride & Composed Handling!

Won’t it be amazing driving a mid-size sedan that offers more horsepower than AUDI A4 at quite affordable rates? Well, that’s Toyota Camry for you. Over the past 15 years, Toyota Camry has successfully maintained its reputation as the best-selling car in the United States.

Toyota Camry provides a smooth and comfortable ride with its roomy interior, supportive seats, and intuitive tech features. It’s an amazing option in the mid-size sedans class as it offers lots of features with a reasonable price tag. If you have a Toyota Camry, we’ll buy it for cash today and pay top dollar.

Toyota Camry Available Trim Levels

Toyota Camry is available in six different trim levels that provide advanced tech features with optimized fuel economy.

Toyota Camry LE (Starting from $24,970)

  • Hybrid Version Available ($27,270)
  • 7-in Touchscreen Display with Six Speakers
  • 17-in Alloy Wheels
  • Eight-Way Power–Adjustable Driver’s Seat
  • Integrated Backup Camera with Projected Path
  • 60/40 Split Fold-down Rear Seat
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Four-mode Switch with EV, ECO, Normal, and Sport (in Hybrid)
  • Electronically Controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (in Hybrid)

Toyota Camry SE (Starting from $26,485)

  • Hybrid Version Available ($28,785)
  • 18-in Black Machine-Finished Alloy Wheels
  • Automatic Climate Control
  • Sport-tuned Suspension
  • Black Front Grille with Sport Mesh Insert
  • Color-Keyed Sport Side Rocker Panels
  • Sport SofTex-Trimmed Seats with Fabric Inserts
  • Four-Mode Switch with EV, ECO, Normal, and Sport (in Hybrid)
  • Electronically Controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (in Hybrid)

Toyota Camry SE Nightshade Edition (Starting from $27,185)

  • AWD Available
  • Black Mirror Caps, Window Trim, Door Handles, and Badging
  • Sport-Tuned Suspension
  • 8-in Black Alloy Wheels

Toyota Camry XLE (Starting from $29,870)

  • Hybrid Version Available ($32,170)
  • V6 Variant Also Available
  • 18-in Dark Gray Machined-Finish Alloy Wheels
  • Smart Key System with Push Button Start
  • Ventilated Front Seats
  • Qi-Compatible Wireless Smartphone Charging
  • Audio Plus System with 9-in Touchscreen Display
  • Blindspot Monitoring System
  • Leather-Trimmed Heated Front Seats
  • Four-Mode Switch with EV, ECO, Normal, and Sport (in Hybrid)
  • Electronically Controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (in Hybrid)

Toyota Camry XSE (Starting from $30,420)

  • Hybrid Version Available ($32720)
  • V6 Variant also Available
  • 19-in Gloss Black Wheels
  • Sport-Tuned Suspension
  • Leather-Trimmed Multi-Stage Heated Front Seats
  • Dual Exhaust with Quad Chrome Tips
  • Two-Tone Midnight Black Metallic Roof and Rear Spoiler
  • Four-Mode Switch with EV, ECO, Normal, and Sport (in Hybrid)
  • Electronically Controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (in Hybrid)

Toyota Camry TRD  (Starting from $32,185)

  • 5L V6 Engine
  • TRD Track-tuned Front and Rear Coil Springs
  • TRD Gloss Black Pedestal Rear Spoiler
  • TRD Gloss Black Front Splitter, Rear Diffuser, and Side Aero Skirts
  • 19-in TRD Matte Black Alloy Wheels
  • Larger 12.-in Front Brakes with Red Painted Front and Rear Calipers
  • TRD Cat-back Dual Exhaust with Polished Stainless-steel Tips
  • Sport SofTex-trimmed Front Seats with Red Seat Belts

Engine & Performance

Toyota Camry engine and performance

The base variant of the Toyota Camry comes with a four-cylinder engine that can produce 204-horsepower. But if you need a little extra punch, you can choose the V6 engine that produces 301-horsepower. You have the option to choose between front-wheel and all-wheel drive.

Both the engines are equipped with 8-speed automatic transmission. You can expect to have a fuel efficiency rating of 28mpg within the city and 39mpg on the highway if you’re choosing a four-cylinder engine, front-wheel-drive. On the contrary, the all-wheel-drive models can provide a fuel-efficiency rating of 25mpg within the city and 34mpg on the highway.

The V6 engine provides a fuel efficiency rating of 22mpg within the city and 32mpg on the highway.

Toyota Camry Safety Features

With its Advanced Safety Features, you can enjoy a comfortable ride on the road.

  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Forward Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Reverse Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Lane Keeping Assist System
  • Lane Trace Assist
  • Rearview Camera
  • Head-Up Display
  • Pedestrian Detection
  • Blindspot Monitoring
  • Surround-view Parking Camera System
  • Front and Rear Parking Sensors

Toyota Camry Available Color Options

You can choose between 13 different color options:

  • Blueprint
  • Supersonic Red
  • Super White
  • Ruby Flare Pearl
  • Ice Edge
  • Wind Chill Pearl with Midnight Black Metallic
  • Supersonic Red with Midnight Black Metallic
  • Midnight Black Metallic
  • Predawn Gray Mica
  • Wind Chill Pearl
  • Celestial Silver Metallic
  • Celestial Silver Metallic with Midnight Black Metallic
  • Cavalry Blue with Midnight Black Metallic

Audio & Connectivity

  • Mapping & Navigation
  • Messaging & Calling Services
  • Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
  • Wireless Smartphone Charging
  • Voice-Activated Controls

Awards & Recognition

Toyota Camry has won several awards over the years:

  • Best Midsize Car for the Money Award in 2021
  • Best Resale Value Car in Mid-size Category in 2021
  • IIHS Top Safety Pick in 2021

Toyota Camry Brief History

Toyota Camry History

Word Camry is derived from the Japanese Word “Kanmuri” which means Crown.

Toyota Camry was launched as a compact (narrow-body) vehicle in 1982 which was later given the midsize design in the 1990s. Over the years, Camry was introduced in several body designs including a four-door sedan, a five-door sedan, a liftback, a station wagon. However, the version we see these days is a four-door mid-size sedan.

Evolution of Toyota Camry

Toyota has introduced Eight generations of Toyota Camry over the years.

First Generation (1983-1986)

Toyota Camry first generation

The first-generation Camry was introduced as a replacement for Corona with a pure 80’s style sedan and hatchback body configurations. It was introduced with a 2.0L 4-speed automatic/5-speed manual transmission.

Second Generation (1987-1991)

Toyota Camry second generation

Second Generation Camry was the first to introduce a V6 engine. Launched with 1.8L and 2.0L engines with five-speed manual and four-speed automatic transmission. Wagon body replaced the hatchback style.

Third Generation (1992-1996)

Toyota Camry third generation

Official transition from a compact car to a mid-size car. The coupe was also launched in this generation. This generation came with a 2.2L four-cylinder and 3.0L V6 engine.

Fourth Generation (1997-2001)

Toyota Camry fourth generation

Came with a slightly less rounded face and boxy, bustle buck look in the back. Introduced with a 3.0L V6 engine with the ability to produce 192-hp.

Fifth Generation (2002-2006)

Toyota Camry fifth generation

Equipped with a 2.4L engine with the ability to produce 157-hp. The V6 engine was designed to provide more power than its predecessor.

Sixth Generation (2007-2011)

Toyota Camry sixth generation

Sixth Generation Camry was the quickest mid-size sedan with a 3.5L V6 engine. This six-speed automatic transmission was capable of producing 268-hp. It was the first generation to be offered as a hybrid.

Seventh Generation (2012-2017)

Toyota Camry seventh generation

Seventh Generation Camry was launched with more aggressive creases having a more assertive styling. This generation was launched with better driving dynamics and suspension.

Eight Generation (2018-Present)

Toyota Camry eight generation

Eighth Generation Toyota Camry offers a much sportier vibe inside out while offering a lower center of gravity and a more rigid body. In 2021, the company introduced a mild facelift of this generation with a revised exterior design.

Toyota Camry Sales Figures

Here’s a year-by-year overview of Toyota Camry units sales conducted in the United States:

Year Toyota Camry Units Sold
1983 52.651
1984 93.725
1985 128.143
1986 151.767
1987 186.633
1988 227.140
1989 257.466
1990 284.595
1991 263.818
1992 286.602
1993 299.937
1994 319.178
1995 326.632
1996 357.359
1997 394.397
1998 427.308
1999 445.696
2000 420.451
2001 390.449
2002 431.647
2003 413.296
2004 426.990
2005 431,703
2006 448,445
2007 472,808
2008 436,617
2009 356,824
2010 327,553
2011 306,510
2012 404,885
2013 408,484
2014 428,606
2015 429,355
2016 388,616
2017 387,081
2018 343,439
2019 336,978
2020 294,348
2021 313,795
2022 (Jan Sales) 19,665

What’s the Price of New and Used Toyota Camry?

A new Toyota Camry may cost around $24,970-$43,900 depending on the trim level you choose. Whereas a used Toyota Camry may cost around $5,990-$39,900 based on the model year, vehicle’s overall condition, and other factors.

Sell Your Toyota Camry for Cash

If you’re looking to sell your Toyota Camry for cash, we’d be more than happy to buy it from you. We’ve purchased thousands of Toyota Camry units over the years because it’s one of the best-selling vehicles worldwide. So, if you need the best deal for your Toyota Camry, fill out our online form or give us a call today!

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