2018 Toyota Camry - Price, Photos, Reviews & Features

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2018 Toyota Camry

MPG

City 22 - 29 MPG Hwy 32 - 41 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    5 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    5 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

Vehicle crash and safety data is provided by NHTSA, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. NHTSA testing was established by Congress to reduce highway deaths and injuries.

Consumer Reviews Write a Review

Overall Rating:
4.7 (out of 5)
Value 4.6
Exterior 4.8
Interior 4.6
Comfort 4.7
Performance 4.6
Reliability 4.4
****
22 year upgrade!

by KStolz from Custer, SD | June 19, 2020

I wish it would have been pointed out that the vehicle was not equipped with a CD player, I was disappointed to find that out after I got at home because I purchased at the close of the business day.

*****
Best car I've ever owned

by Jackie L from Springfield, MO | June 19, 2020

The car has met all our needs especially the safety needs. I'm a new mom so safety is a huge concern, and this car has met just about all of them. There is also plenty of space in the back seat for the car seat and people can still sit in the back and have leg room. The trunk is amazing, it feels like a a SUV but with awesome gas mileage. We could not be happier and the color we got just tops it off, Galactic Blue .

****
Overpriced for this class of vehicle

by MissmyJeep from Anderson, IN | June 14, 2020

I test drive comparable year sedans, including the Acura TLX, Hyundai Sonata, Nissan Altima. The Acura and the Nissan were actually cheaper with much more comfortable rides and features (other than the “HeadsUp” on the Toyota, which I actually found distracting. The Toyota was several thousand dollars overpriced in comparison. Reliable, I’m sure. Decent soze moon roof, BUT barely opens.

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2018 Toyota Camry Overview

The Toyota Camry is a staple of basic, utilitarian transportation that's heading in a new direction for 2018 with a ground-up redesign that focuses on pumping up the Camry's attitude through enhanced driving performance and more aggressive styling.

Six trim levels are available: the LE, SE, XLE, XSE, XLE V6, and XSE V6.

New for 2018
Underneath the Camry is a new chassis Toyota says provides better ride quality along with more responsive handling and steering. Toyota didn't forget about practical-minded buyers and the 2018 model includes a feature-packed standard safety suite with forward collision warning with automatic braking, plus fuel economy is said to be improved.

Toyota isn't exaggerating when calling the Camry is all-new. It's lower, wider and longer for 2018, and the wheelbase grows 1.9 inches. The hood is 1.6 inches lower than the outgoing car and the overall roofline is sleeker for a more attractive profile as well as better aerodynamics. Toyota designers intended for the Camry to have a more aggressive stance.

The Camry's trim levels remain LE, XLE, SE and XSE. The SE and XSE trims gain their own appearance package with sculpted rocker panels, 19-inch wheels, a rear spoiler and unique bumper styling.

Interior
Every seating position has been adjusted for 2017. The front seats are reengineered for improved ergonomics and foot room has been increased. The driver also benefits from a steering column with more adjustability and Toyota says the backseat is roomier with improved ergonomics. The dashboard is completely restyled with a more compact instrument cluster. A lowered beltline and dashboard aim to improve outward visibility.

The cabin features soft touch materials on the dashboard, instrument panel, center console and door trim, while accent stitching is used on the front and rear seats.

A new multimedia system called Entune 3.0 debuts in all models featuring Scout GPS, a mobile GPS application that projects to the Camry's main media screen. Entune 3.0 also features in-car Wi-Fi with 4G LTE and an available Remote Connect app for remote start, door lock and tracking capabilities.

Under the Hood
The biggest news under the hood is way under the hood with the Camry's all-new structurally enhanced chassis. The Camry's underpinnings are part of a new architecture with more ultra-high-tensile steel and new construction techniques to improve rigidity. Strengthening a vehicle from the ground up is often a change felt throughout the driving experience, as handling and steering responsiveness are increased while ride quality and noise characteristics are also improved. Toyota is promising all of the above, and made similar strides when the Prius switched to its new chassis using the same design philosophy.

Both engine options are new to the Camry for 2018. The base 2.5-liter four-cylinder is all-new and pairs with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Power and fuel-economy numbers aren't available at the time of publishing, but Toyota says the standard engine will be more powerful, offer more torque and higher fuel economy — best in class fuel economy, according to Toyota. The optional 3.5-liter V-6 uses Toyota's D-4S direct fuel injection and pairs with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

A Camry Hybrid will feature the new four-cylinder engine, CVT and revised next-generation hybrid system good for Prius-like fuel economy, according to Toyota; no numbers have been announced yet, however. The hybrid's battery pack has been repositioned for improved weight distribution to aid handling, and a new Sport mode adds a simulated fixed gears to the CVT to emulate a traditional transmission, plus improved acceleration from boosted electric power.

Safety
An impressive suite of standard safety features includes forward collision warning with automatic braking and pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control at all speeds, lane keep assist and automatic high beams. Available safety features are blind spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert and a 360-degree camera. Toyota says another upside to the increased chassis and body strength is improved occupant protection in an offset front or head-on collision.

Overview courtesy of Cars.com