2025 Toyota Camry

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MSRP* $28,400 - $36,125
Invoice* Information not available

MPG

City 44 - 53 Hwy 43 - 50

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2025 Toyota Camry Overview

The verdict: We’re going to miss the old V-6, but the refreshed 2025 Toyota Camry’s hybrid-only drivetrain, stylistic rework and impressive uplevel trims make the segment superstar one of the best mid-size sedans you can buy.

Versus the competition: The class is getting smaller, but the 2025 Camry is the freshest in the mid-size sedan segment, though others have their merits. From a value and efficiency perspective, the Camry is king, but look to the Hyundai Sonata for style and the Honda Accord for driving feel.

Why, yes! Folks still buy sedans in 2024. Despite SUVs of all types and trade gulping down more than half of the U.S.’ market share last year, non-luxury sedans are still big business. Just look to the Toyota Camry as the primary bellwether; just over 290,000 buyers snapped up the perennially popular mid-size sedan last year, handily outselling mega-popular SUVs like the Nissan Rogue and Hyundai Tucson.

This was enough sales success to earn a significant refresh for the new model year, but Toyota wasn’t content with leaving the proven formula as-is. So, the new 2025 Toyota Camry is now hybrid-only in the States, with the only drivetrain-related choice being front- or all-wheel drive. This is arguably the Camry’s most significant powertrain shake-up since a V-6 engine was first offered back in 1988.

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