of the 2018 Toyota Camry base trim shown
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.
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.
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 ... Read more
Toyota aggressively redesigned its mid-size sedan for 2018. The Camry hasn't been one our favorite sedans, falling to the bottom of the pack in Cars.com's 2016 Midsize Sedan Challenge, but there's a lot to like about the new Camry.
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I absolutely love this Camry. This is my 3rd Camry and by far my fave. With the new exterior and interior is much more comfortable than the others I’ve owned. Read full review
My 4th new Camry.
The best value for the money, good styling and performance. At this point, I only look at Camrys. When I find something that works, I stick with it. Read full review
The 2018 Toyota Camry currently has 0 recalls