2016 Toyota Camry
34,457 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$18,892
Est $272/mo

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2016 Toyota Camry
32,597 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$18,591
Est $268/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
6,683 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$32,291
Est $465/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
9,530 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$26,991
Est $389/mo

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2016 Toyota Camry
23,686 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$18,891
Est $272/mo

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2017 Toyota Camry
24,805 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$18,991
Est $274/mo

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2016 Toyota Camry
70,617 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$14,792
Est $213/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
9,241 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$26,991
Est $389/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
21,301 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$18,994
Est $274/mo

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2013 Toyota Camry
57,070 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$13,891
Est $200/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
12,726 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$29,294
Est $422/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
16,958 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$20,591
Est $297/mo

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2008 Toyota Camry
167,427 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$6,991
Est $101/mo

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2016 Toyota Camry
26,455 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$17,792
Est $256/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
8,742 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$21,591
Est $311/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
5,780 Miles | Sunnyvale, CA
$21,991
Est $317/mo

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2015 Toyota Camry
70,569 Miles | Irvine, CA
$12,498
Est $180/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
21,602 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$18,395
Est $265/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
19,996 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$18,795
Est $271/mo

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2018 Toyota Camry
17,051 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$19,255
Est $278/mo

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Toyota Camry Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
631 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.4
Performance
3.7
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
4.1
Reliability
4.5

Toyota Camry Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2005 Toyota Camry - For my everyday use, the car held up great, especially with the hardships I put on it.

RyB
Roseville, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
1. I enjoyed to comfortably of the leather seats. 2. The HP of the car was enough to let me beat others off the line when I would need to get in front of them 3. The car is shaped very well, allowing for much smaller blind spots than other cars I have driven 4.I enjoyed the big trunk space. After putting 12" sub woofers in, I still had enough room for an average size suitcase and groceries. The navigation system that came with the car was ok. I liked that the screen tilted in for optimal view when the sun was beating on it. I traded it out for one that had more options however.
Story
When it would rain the car handles very well, especially when drifting around corners.
Pros
1. The emergency brake worked very well. I would often drive and pull it around turns (drifting). It was very tight and worked with ease. 2. The speakers that came in the car were very good. They produced very good treble which made for very clear lyrics. 3. The seats felt very sturdy, I never once ripped the leather and it held up very well (no sun spots) during the hot summer months. 4. Gas economy was very good. I got good miles in the city and even better on the highway. 5. Ease of the cruise control was very good and in a convenient spot. 6. Steering wheel controls for phone calls and... (more)
Cons
1. At about 197,000 miles the transmission would start to skip. It was rare when it did it, but it was noticeable when taking off. 2. After owning a 2002 Camry I was unhappy that the 2005 Camry's rear view mirror didn't have the automatic dimmer for car lights behind me at night. 3. The seat belts started to fray from use after about 7 years of continuous use.

2008 Toyota Camry - Dependable, High Quality, and a really good buy!

Brandy
Jenkins, Kentucky
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
This car is awesome! I love the body style, the interior is nice as well as comfortable. It has power locks and windows as well as an anti theft system. I love how smoothly it drives and rides. It is considered mid size but the inside is as roomy as a big car! My Camry has a sleek design that everyone has bragged about upon seeing it. The headlights are awesome, I've never been able to see so well while driving at night. It is a standard shift and I really enjoy that as well. It's also really cheap to drive. It doesn't cost much at all to fill it up with gas and it seems like you can drive forever on a tank of gas. I also like when I start the car up the CD player lights up and comes on and it reads out "Welcome To Camry". I thought this was an interesting feature that I've never seen ... (more)
Story
Taking the kids for that first ride in the car. They loved it and they were so excited. We drove them around town and around the lake, they were so happy.
Pros
My favorite features are the body style, the amount of room inside, power doors and windows, the color, the storage, and the headlights.
Cons
I like everything about my car but if I absolutely had to choose something negative about it I would have to say the interior. It's cloth and not leather. Though it is soft and it is really nice it's hard to clean should something accidentally spill inside.

2011 Toyota Camry - Great car

Renee
97078
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
The build of this car is great. We have driven it almost 50,000 miles and have not had to do much to the car other than maintenance and buy new tires. We have not experienced any electric problems at all, including the stereo. The car is very practical, stylish, reliable, comfortable, good on gas- although it'd be better if it was a hybrid for gas. We have taken many trips with this car and it's great for 2 adults our dog. We only had a rubber piece from where the door opening is that came out and had the dealership put back into place. I do my grocery shopping, run errands with this car and take most or our long trips in this car. We love this car.
Story
We took a trip to California visiting family and went to 6 flags
Pros
Reliable car, good quality
Cons
The rubber piece that came out on our car

Generations

First released in Japan in 1980, the Toyota Camry made its debut in the United States in 1983. The Camry has remained popular in the United States for eight generations and for at least ten years it's been the best-selling car in America.

2018 - Current Year (8th Generation)

The current generation of the Toyota Camry offers two distinct trim levels, with a sporty SE and XSE trim aimed at wringing out more fun from the sedan, plus a hybrid variant and the standard L, LE and XLE trims.

The standard engine for all levels is a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder with 203 horsepower that gets 34 mpg combined.

For the upgraded engine, the higher trim levels come with the option of a 3.5-liter V6 with 301 horsepower, which is rated at 26 mpg combined.

Instead of the previous model's six-speed automatic transmission, all trim levels on the gas engines are now equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

There's also the Camry Hybrid, available in LE, SE and XLE trims. It's powered by an electric motor paired with a four-cylinder engine for 208 total horsepower. It's paired with a CVT automatic transmission.

2012 - 2017 (7th Generation)

Fun fact: the seventh generation of the Toyota Camry was the last Camry to offer a manual transmission. However, most Camry models sold within these years came with a six-speed automatic transmission. The trim levels remain the same as the previous generation (CE, LE, SE and XLE).

However, the standard engine has been upgraded to a four-cylinder, 2.5-liter that makes 178 horsepower. The SE and XLE also have the option of upgrading to a 3.5-liter V6 with 268 horsepower.

This generation also comes with more standard features, including cruise control, power windows, and a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel. There are also ports for USB and Bluetooth. Additional features for the higher trim levels include keyless entry and sportier exterior accents such as aluminum wheels and better suspension.

2007 - 2011 (6th Generation)

The sixth generation of the Toyota Camry introduced multiple options for its four-door, five-passenger sedan. Four trim levels were offered: the CE, LE, SE and XLE. All of the trim levels came equipped with a four-cylinder, 2.4-liter engine that made 158 horsepower. For those who wanted a larger motor, the LE, SE and XLE came with an optional 3.5-liter V6 engine with 268 horsepower.

This generation also saw the introduction of the Hybrid model that used both a gas engine and an electric motor. The Hybrid and the four trim levels came with various transmission options, including a five- or six-speed automatic transmission or the five-speed manual transmission.

2002 - 2006 (5th Generation)

This generation of Toyota's venerable mid-size family sedan grew slightly larger while still providing drivers with the same performance and gas mileage as the smaller, earlier models. This generation notably outsold its rival sedans, making it the best-selling car in the U.S. for several years.

The engine options remained with the 4.0-liter and the V6, with horsepower ranging from 152 to 186 depending on the desired motor.

1997 - 2001 (4th Generation)

For this generation, Toyota axed the station wagon variant in the U.S. market. Meanwhile, Toyota gave the redesigned sedan a new look that featured sleeker, more aerodynamic lines.

This generation also saw the introduction of two available versions of the model's engines. The choices included the 133 horsepower, 2.2-liter, four-cylinder engine or the 3.0-liter V6 that made 194 horsepower. The transmission choices remained the same, with the 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual being the sole choices.

1992 - 1996 (3rd Generation)

This was the last generation of Camry sold in the U.S. that offered a station wagon variant. This third-generation model featured cosmetic changes that gave it a smoother, rounded look and a larger overall footprint. For increased comfort, the model also featured a better air conditioning system and was better insulated to eliminate road noise.

This generation also introduced a 4-speed automatic transmission, as well as a four-wheel steering system and an optional 3.0-liter V6 engine. A 2.2-liter, four-cylinder engine was standard. This model also saw the switch from a carbureted fuel system to multi-point fuel injection.

1988 - 1991 (2nd Generation)

While the body style remained the same, the second generation of the Camry came with options not available on the previous generation. The 130-horsepower, four-cylinder unit was the base engine and the car also came with an all-wheel-drive system. A 2.5-liter V6 engine was also optional that made 160 horsepower.

1983 - 1987 (1st Generation)

The first generation of the Toyota Camry was a small four-door sedan with a 130-horsepower, 2.0-liter engine with a carburetor. This front-wheel-drive car was equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission and averaged 30.5 combined miles to the gallon. Acceleration from 0 to 62 miles per hour was 12 seconds, with a top speed of 108.2 MPH.

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