2021 Toyota Camry

  • Overview

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    There aren’t many sure things in life anymore, but if you’re looking for the closest thing in your next car, take a look at the legendary Toyota Camry. The 2021 Toyota Camry lineup delivers enough versatility to attract even the pickiest buyers, thanks to available hybrid engine technology and an impressive selection of performance-oriented extras that make driving a little more thrilling. The Camry isn’t your average mid-size sedan. Yes, it delivers on reliability and fuel efficiency, just as you’d expect a car in this category to provide, but it goes a step further. Today’s Camry is long on curb appeal. That means you can still make a conservative choice without sacrificing style and head-turning good looks.

    The 2021 Toyota Camry lineup includes a whopping twelve different trims ranging in price from just under $25,000 to over $35,000. Within this lineup, you’re sure to find the right mix of affordability, luxury, and performance. What if you want all three? With the Camry, you can! Picture a panoramic glass roof, a nine-speaker premium audio system, and more tech than you’ll ever need to keep you connected and entertained while on the go.

    Today’s Camry is designed to deliver state-of-the-art technology and a range of trim options for buyers at all price levels. It may seem like everyone is flocking to the crossover category, but the Camry has enjoyed a steady sales volume because of its versatility and Toyota’s commitment to equipping it with the latest safety and tech options. In fact, the Camry was America’s best-selling car for 14 years in a row, and it continues to be one of the most popular vehicles on the road even today, nearly 40 years after it was first introduced.

    From our perspective, there is no bad news about the 2021 Toyota Camry. Whether you choose gas or hybrid, you’ll get impressive fuel economy, available all-wheel drive for inclement weather driving confidence, and a 5-Star safety rating from the NHTSA. If you haven’t checked out the Camry in a while, we suggest you take a test drive. You’ll be pleasantly surprised.


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  • Efficiency

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    Toyota Camry Hybrid

    Some of the best news coming out of Toyota is the company’s commitment to alternative fuel vehicle power. The Toyota Camry benefits from this innovation with a complete model range of hybrid trims designed to give buyers a cost-efficient ownership experience and easy-on-the-environment low emissions power. Choose from the base LE Hybrid, which starts at $27,270, the mid-range SE Hybrid, with a sticker price of $28,785, the upper-range XLE Hybrid, at $32,170, or the sporty, top-of-the-line XSE Hybrid, starting at $32,720. These trims are all affordable, putting hybrid technology within reach for even budget-minded buyers.

    The Camry Hybrid delivers an estimated fuel economy rating of 51 MPG city and 53 MPG highway, limiting the need for time-consuming refueling and making it an excellent choice for long-range road tripping. The Camry is outfitted with Toyota’s enhanced hybrid battery, which is covered by an extensive 10-year/150,000-mile warranty. That duration says a lot about Toyota’s confidence in its battery quality.

    There are three drive modes built into every Camry Hybrid, each designed for a different and very specific driving function. EV mode is all-electric driving, which reduces emissions and minimizes engine noise, while ECO mode will automatically adjust the throttle to maximize efficiency. Sport mode tweaks performance and throttle responsiveness to deliver a more performance-oriented ride.

    Opt for the upscale SE or XSE Hybrid trims, and you’ll get a special sport-tuned suspension in the front and rear. It increases ride handling and overall smoothness, leaving drivers feeling like they’re behind the wheel of a sports car. All Hybrid Camrys include Hybrid Synergy Drive, Toyota’s engineered structural hybrid technology that places the battery away from the trunk (to increase cargo space) and utilizes lightweight materials, making the Camry lighter and more fuel-efficient.

    Regular Fuel Efficiency

    Even though nothing beats the efficiency of the hybrid, the regular Camry still offers excellent fuel economy. If you get the 2.5L I-4 engine, you can expect to see around 28 MPG city and 39 MPG highway with the front-wheel drive or 25 MPG city and 34 MPG highway with all-wheel drive. However, if you opt for the more powerful 3.5L V6, you will get the lowest fuel economy, which is still a spectacular 22 MPG in the city and 33 MPG on the highway. All-in-all, no matter which Camry you get, you will be driving past the competition as they all run out of gas.

  • Luxury

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    Toyota Camry XSE V6

    If you’re looking for the plushest, most luxurious Camry available, turn your attention to the 2021 Camry XSE V6. With a starting MSRP of $35,545, it’s the most expensive Camry in the lineup, but what you get is well worth the extra cost. From tech to performance, this Camry trim is the most well-equipped.

    Equipped With the V6 Engine

    Every Camry XSE V6 comes standard with Toyota’s 3.5-liter 24-valve DOHC V6 engine that pumps out a whopping 301 horsepower and a thrilling 267 lb-ft of torque. The XSE also has a 3-mode driving switch. You can choose from ECO, Normal, or Sport and control your Camry’s responsiveness with the touch of a button.

    All the Details Are Accounted for

    Inside, it’s all leather and entertainment, along with a hearty helping of advanced technology, all designed to create an oasis for the driver and passengers. Starting with the leather-trimmed heated front seats with multi-stage settings, the XSE’s interior invites long road trips and taking the long way home. Climate is dialed to everyone’s specifications, thanks to the dual-zone automatic climate control with a built-in cabin air filter and vents in the rear. The 8-way power front seats with lumbar combine with special patterned metal interior trim to envelop occupants in luxury and refined style.

    Opt for the Navigation Package upgrade, and you’ll add a Bird’s Eye View camera, a 10-inch head-up display, turn-by-turn navigation, and more. Small standard touches, like the LED-illuminated glove compartment and special ambient interior lighting, are further examples of the XSE’s attention to detail and luxury. If you’re looking for top-of-the-line plush luxury - and a dash of thrilling 300-plus horsepower performance - without the exorbitant price tag, the 2021 Toyota Camry XSE V6 just might be the car for you. It’s the perfect marriage of practicality and over-the-top luxury.

  • Safety and Technology

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    Above and Beyond Technology

    Toyota is synonymous with technology, and buyers know that when they take delivery of a new Toyota vehicle, they’re getting the most connected, well-equipped vehicle on the road. The 2021 Toyota Camry is no exception, starting with its available 9-inch infotainment touchscreen (a 7-inch touchscreen is standard). Prominently floating front-and-center on the dash, the touchscreen is your hub, putting smartphone connectivity and entertainment one touch away.

    Toyota’s infotainment system links seamlessly with your smartphone via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. The touchscreen works the same as your smartphone, with a pinch-and-zoom view feature that will feel familiar and easy to use. Toyota also offers Wi-Fi Connect, an onboard hotspot that can support up to five devices, so everyone stays connected while on the go.

    Choose the optional Premium Audio package with Dynamic Navigation, and your Camry transforms into a connected hub and traveling concert hall. The package includes a nine-speaker JBL premium audio system with a subwoofer and built-in amplifier, an array of USB ports, and a three-month trial subscription to SiriusXM Satellite Radio. The system is compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa.

    Above and Beyond Safety

    Many of today’s newer vehicles are equipped with driver-assist safety technology that’s designed to help occupants stay safe and avoid collisions. All 2021 Toyota Camrys come standard with Toyota Safety Sense 2.5, a suite of systems that monitor the road ahead, behind, and around the car for hazards and other obstacles that could create unsafe driving conditions.

    Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 includes a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Lane Tracing Assist, and Automatic High Beams. Finally, Road Sign Assist, also standard, is a system that relies on an intelligent camera to spot and read speed limit signs and other road signage - like yield signs, stop signs, etc. - and displays them on a special Multi-Information Display, so drivers stay alert to changing road conditions.

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