2018 Toyota Camry
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$16,999
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$14,949
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$17,999
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$17,999
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$18,999
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$18,499
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$17,199
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$17,499
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$19,299
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$15,399
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$18,999
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$16,799
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$17,999
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$17,099
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$18,699
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41,554 Miles | West Covina, CA
$19,899
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32,439 Miles | Montclair, CA
$20,999
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2018 Toyota Camry Buyer's Guide

Ratings

95%
The Best
13 automotive websites analyzed
%

Would buy again

2 user reviews

Pros

  • It handles well for a quality ride
  • Standard safety and driver assistance features
  • Spacious and comfortable interior
  • Improved fuel economy
  • Cons

  • Uninspired acceleration
  • Infotainment system has no Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and lacks a few key features
  • Interior contains hard, cheap plastic
  • Some desirable features only available in expensive higher trims

  • Key Takeaways

    Reviews of the 2018 Toyota Camry are mixed. Some offer high praise for its efficiency, handling, fuel economy and the spacious, comfortable interior. But others are put off by slow acceleration, an uninspired infotainment system and concerns about the quality of the interior. While opting for the higher trims may be pricey, these upgrades deliver more value and more attractive features. Overall, the Camry continues to deliver on a solid history of safety, reliability and reputation.

    2018 Toyota Camry Owner Ratings & Reviews

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    2018 Toyota Camry - The review of Toyota Camry se 2018.

    Camry Owner
    32007
    Overall
    4.0
    Value
    4.0
    Performance
    4.0
    Style
    4.0
    Comfort
    4.0
    Fuel Economy
    3.0
    Reliability
    3.0
    The interior is funkier, too, binning the previous slab like dash for a more three-dimensional design bisected by a wavelike trim piece. The triangular center stack angles toward the driver, while on the passenger’s side the dash curves away to create a greater sense of spaciousness. The gloss-black region into which the central touchscreen is integrated provides today’s requisite smartphone-mimicking appearance, but it retains enough knobs and physical buttons to make for easy operation. Top-spec models enjoy padded surfaces, soft-touch plastics, and attractive graining, some of which is preserved for mid-level trims, although these get hard-plastic door panels and a cheaper-feeling steering wheel.
    Story
    Everybody looked at me as at someone with high class and prestige.
    Pros
    Safety Sense-P. Toyota's Safety Sense-P is now standard on all models. This bundle features a pre-collision system (including a system with pedestrian detection capabilities)and dynamic radar cruise control, which is an innovative new active safety feature that keeps the vehicle at a safe distance away from others on the highway while cruise control is engaged. Many automakers do not include this many standard safety features across their lineups, so this is truly a nice touch from Toyota. Cargo space. If you're looking for extra cargo space, the 2018 Toyota Camry has it. The rear seat is ... (more)
    Cons
    Infotainment system isn't user-friendly. Unfortunately, the one real drawback is that the infotainment system still needs some refinement. While many users just need to tinker around a little, some drivers will find the system to be confusing and frustrating. Advanced driver assist features are touchy. Some of the advanced driver assist features seem finicky. The lane departure warning system is especially sensitive and issues warnings when none are needed. Also, it cannot be turned off, which can get annoying. Some noise. The engines can run a bit noisy when the vehicle is accelerating. A... (more)

    2018 Toyota Camry - Simple infotainment system

    Andrew
    Miami, Florida
    Overall
    4.0
    Value
    5.0
    Performance
    5.0
    Style
    4.0
    Comfort
    5.0
    Fuel Economy
    4.0
    Reliability
    5.0
    The Camry is a great small car. It has good rear suspension. I like the new styling too.
    Story
    I went on a trip with my family. The Camry is made to cocoon you in comfort, and the plush suspension does just that. The Camry rides in typical luxury car fashion, extremely compliant and insulated at slow speeds but wallowy over a highway, especially over dips and elongated humps. Even around town, the Camry takes in the bad surfaces very well and the cushy ride quality makes driving the Cam... (more)
    Pros
    It is easy to get serviced. Lots of new and used parts available. Very reliable and durable. Very easy to drive, smooth and comfortable, with intuitive controls, and a reasonable amount of power for the weight of the car with a given engine. Perfect shifting automatic transmissions.
    Cons
    Not a ÒdriverÕs carÓ in the sense that it makes you want to race around and pretend that youÕre at Road Atlanta raceway.

    2018 Toyota Camry Quick Look

    Pros:

    • Sporty handling and 300 horsepower from the 3.5-liter V6.
    • Fun exterior and matured interior styling.
    • Roomier interior.

    Cons:

    • Limited cargo hauling capacity.
    • No AWD option.
    • Lack of Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

    Would we buy one? Yep!

    Vehicle Type: 4-door, 5-seat midsize sedan.

    Price Range: All new for the 2018 model year, there are seven trim levels plus three hybrid trims that are available for the new Camry. The base Camry L trim MSRP begins at $24,885 and the top of the line Toyota Camry XSE V6 starts at $35,835. Pricing for Hybrid LE trim starts at $28,658 and the top Hybrid XLE begins at $33,135. All prices include destination, but before any options.

    Powertrain: Two engine options are available in the non-hybrid Toyota Camry. The base engine is a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine, making up to 206 horsepower and 186 pound-foot of torque depending on the trim. The 3.5-liter V6 engine makes 301 horsepower and 267 pound-foot of torque. Each traditional engine option is backed by an eight-speed automatic transmission. All trims of the Toyota Camry are front-wheel drive.

    Hybrid models get a detuned 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a battery and electric motor, which combine for a total of 208 horsepower. The hybrid powertrain runs through a continuously-variable transmission (CVT).

    Competitors: Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, Nissan Altima, and every single crossover made.


    Overall Score: 7.6/10

    Safety Features: 9/10

    The new car comes standard with Toyota SafetySense, which includes a suite of safety features such as backup camera, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high-beams.

    Additional safety features available on higher trim levels include blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and a head-up display.

    IIHS awarded the 2018 Toyota Camry with a Top Safety Pick Plus designation, thanks to the standard Toyota SafetySense suite. The Camry also received the highest rating in its class in crash tests.


    Value: 8/10

    The Toyota Camry always has been about value and practicality, and it still is. With expected modern features like keyless entry, and unexpected standard safety features like the included Toyota SafetySense features, the Camry is a value leader in the segment.

    In a world ever dominated by crossovers, the Camry still finds that value niche. For buyers who don't need higher clearance, voluminous cabin space, or AWD, Toyota's favorite sedan offers more for the money.

    A top-spec 301 horsepower Toyota Camry XSE with red leather seats, moonroof, and all the bells and whistles will still come in at thousands less than a similarly equipped midsized crossover.


    Tech Features: 6/10

    Toyota's newly designed Entune 3.0 system handles connectivity, climate control, and the infotainment system through a 7- or 8-inch touchscreen. Using Toyota's Entune app, the Camry can connect to your phone for functions like Bluetooth, or navigation. In lower trims, navigation is handled by the Scout app, and higher trim levels offer built in navigation.

    Higher trim levels are also equipped with a JBL audio system, built in WiFi, and three USB ports.

    Unfortunately, Android Auto and Apple Carplay are not available on the 2018 Toyota Camry.


    Practicality: 6/10

    Although the Toyota Camry suffers from the obvious spatial drawbacks of its sedan body style, it is still a very practical vehicle. The new Camry gets you from A to B, in relative style, sportiness, and with good fuel economy, or great fuel economy when hybrid equipped.

    The trunk space is less than class leading, but the rear seat does fold down to accommodate longer objects. The new Camry also has a larger cabin, both front seat and rear seat passengers benefit from additional space over the outgoing model.


    Styling & Design: 8/10

    The Toyota Camry is a new car for 2018, and the styling inside and out is definitely modern. Outside, the styling is sportier and more modern, including a two-tone paint job as on option on XSE models.

    Inside all touchpoints feature improved materials, from the steering wheel to interior door handles. The optional red leather interior and rear spoiler on the XSE model are a bit jarring to see on a Camry at first, but signal the sporty aspirations of the new car.


    Driving Experience: 7/10

    The new Camry has moved to Toyota's new TNGA platform, which offers a sporty driving characteristic when equipped with the four-cylinder engine, and controls the more powerful V6 well. The eight-speed transmission with paddle shifters clicks though gears delightfully. The new platform also handles more precisely, and soaks up most road imperfections with ease.

    In less aggressive and Hybrid trims, the driver's seat of a new Camry is still a nice place to be. Toyota's famous quality and comfort are standard on all models.


    Fuel Efficiency: 9/10

    In L trim, the 2.5 liter four-cylinder engine receives an EPA estimated 41 highway mpg, 29 city mpg, and 34 combined mpg. Other trims equipped with the four-cylinder engine see a slight dip to 39 hwy, 28 city, and 32 combined.
    When optioned with the 3.5 liter V6 engine, the EPA estimates the Toyota Camry should see 33 hwy, 22 city, and 26 combined mpg.

    The Hybrid LE receives an estimated EPA fuel economy of 53 hwy mpg, 51 mpg city, and 52 mpg combined, while Toyota Camry Hybrid SE and XLE trims receive 47 hwy mpg, 44 city, and 46 combined.

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