• Loads of cabin room and boot space; plenty of features; mid-range engine performance; sportier than the regular Camry; inexpensive capped-price servicing
  • Overly firm ride from sports suspension; lack of steering precision and on-centre feel; interior quality

6 / 10

Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review

While it’s never going to attain bedroom pin-up status, the Toyota Camry Atara SX offers a slightly edgier take on the standard four-door family chariot.

The Atara SX assumed the role of the ‘sportiest’ Camry in the range in 2011, when Toyota ditched the familiar Sportivo grade nameplate and ushered in the seventh-generation Camry using the Atara badge.

Priced from $35,990 (before on-road costs) the Toyota Camry Atara SX sits under the range-topping Atara SL and above the $33,490 Atara S variant.

While it might be tagged as the sportiest Camry, it seems the title refers to looks alone – there are no extra kilowatts hiding under the bonnet of the Atara SX that would place it above the rest of the Atara line-up, although it’s slightly up on the base grade Altise.

So what we get is a 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine producing 135kW/235Nm, and a Toyota Camry adorned with a body kit.

Like its Sportivo predecessor, the Atara SX gets a unique rear bumper, rear lip spoiler and black-tinted headlamps. That’s on top of features such as the sports bumper and grille, side skirts and dual exhaust it shares with its lower-grade Atara S stable mate.

There is a clearer style differentiation for the interior, with the SX-grade variant picking up leather-accented sports seats and door trims, along with sports pedals.

Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review

Other features shared with the Atara S include steering wheel-mounted paddleshifters and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Standard equipment includes keyless entry and push-button start, front fog lamps, reversing camera, dual-zone climate control, electrically operated driver’s seat, six-speaker audio unit with Bluetooth phone and music streaming and a 6.1-inch touchscreen. Unfortunately, the Atara SX misses out on satellite navigation and reverse parking sensors.

While the Camry has a relatively neat and uncluttered interior, several features such as the faux-leather dash with accompanying faux stitching look a little on the cheap side for a vehicle priced at almost $36,000.

Clear instrumentation and a simplified switchgear layout are positives, however, as is the multi-function steering wheel with audio and phone buttons.

There’s also a decent amount of passenger space inside the Camry, (plenty more than several rivals) – a legacy of the 46mm of extra rear-seat legroom and extra elbow space added over the previous-gen Camry.

There’s no shortage of storage space, either, with stacks of cubbyholes scattered throughout the car and a thoroughly useful 515 litres of boot space, despite the full-size alloy spare wheel sitting underneath the cargo floor.

The latest Camry also offers much-improved ergonomics over its predecessor, with a fine driving position and a tilt- and reach-adjustable steering wheel that settles the driver snugly into the car.

Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review

The seats themselves are nicely cushioned, but lack sufficient side bolstering for those more enthusiastic driving moments.

With a 0-100km/h acceleration time of 9.8 seconds, the Camry’s 2.5-litre naturally aspirated engine is no firecracker, but it is smooth revving and lively enough in the mid-range to provide a reasonably rewarding drive.

Engage the sports mode on the standard six-speed auto and you get some extra aural pleasure via the automatic throttle blipping on downshifts.

Not so pleasant is the Camry’s ride, which is fidgety and overly firm despite the fact Toyota claims it has been tuned specifically for Australian roads.

The culprit is the Atara SX’s sports suspension, which comprises stiffer spring rates and damper settings.

The result is noticeably less compliance than its regular Camry siblings and a jittery ride over relatively small bumps and ruts. Even those harmless-looking freeway expansion joints are felt inside the SX’s cabin.

The electric power steering lacks on-centre feel and precision and is prone to ‘wander’ – demanding regular corrections of the wheel – leaving it well adrift of the Mazda 6 and Honda Accord Euro in terms of handling finesse and steering feel.

There’s a decent level of grip on offer from the Bridgestone Turanzas, though higher-than-expected road noise can be an issue over coarse-chip surfaces.

Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review
Toyota Camry Review

Toyota claims combined cycle fuel consumption of 7.8 litres per 100km for the Camry range, with CO2 emissions averaging 183g/km. We recorded consumption of 12.1L/100km in a test comprising city and freeway kilometres, as well as some harder driving on country roads.

As expected, the entire Toyota Camry range boasts a five-star ANCAP safety rating. All models are equipped with seven airbags, stability and traction control systems, anti-lock brakes (ABS) with electronic brake force distribution and brake assist.

While there’s plenty to choose from in the competitive mid-size playing field – the Camry has no fewer than 11 well-respected rivals – the sporty Atara SX is a decent package.

It might not excel over the competition in any one area, and it struggles to find a satisfactory ride and handling balance, but the car gets the basics right – it is very roomy, has a strong engine and is reasonably economical.

Add to that the cheapest capped-price servicing around ($520 in total for the first three years/60,000km) and the Toyota Camry Atara SX makes a decent case for itself as a pragmatic family car.

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  • Barry

    Really like the new front on Camry,Aurion and Corolla.Camry has enough grunt to get you around the suburbs.A good all round car..

    • Guest34

      Every car has enough grunt to get you around the suburbs.
      What a silly statement.

      • kazuo

        I think Barry means it is good value if you do not want hooning :p

      • Barry

        Ok the 2.5L engine is more capable.A lot of Camry critics say the car is underpowered.

        • kazuo

          I reckon its quiet good, not sports car like but strong pulling power.

          • Barry

            Does tick a lot of boxes kazoo.

  • F1orce

    Yeah the 2.5L 2AR-FE motor is really good! 

    Nice exterior, nice clean interior, reliability & good price = WINNING FORMULA 

    • Barry

      You right there F1.The front styling is radical by Toyota standards.That might the competiton coming from the Korean opposition.

      • F1orce

        What competition? Oh yeah the i45 which had an embarrassing failure.

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        • Brayden Cresswell

          While there’s plenty to choose from in the competitive mid-size playing field – the Camry has no fewer than 11 well-respected rivals
          I would pick any one of those of this boring looking thing.

          • Zaccy16

            i agree, there camry is very very average and boring, you would have to be pretty dumb to buy one over the faster, superior handling, better fuel consumption, more well equipped  better interior etc… mazda 6!

          • Lolwut

             Im convinced you’re a Mazda sales person.

          • Radbloke

            I’m more convinced that he’s 16 years old and dad just bought a mazda 6.

          • Zaccy16

            no im double 16 and a few years unfortunately, it would be nice to be 16 again!

        • Clocky


          • Robj

            I took an Optima for a drive, exterior looks ok but interior and dynamics are poor.

        • kazuo

          i45 looks good, but it is Hyundai

    • Qwwer

      But it’s borderline unroadworthy on your terms. 0-100kmh in 9.8 secs.

      • F1orce

        0-100km/h in 9.8 seconds?

        Gimmi a f******g break!

        How could you achieve that? Perhaps having 5 fat passengers onboard, full luggage capacity in boot, full tank of fuel and with the A/C running

        And even then, it’ll do it quicker than 9.8 seconds

        • Philthy

          It’s slower than a 1.2L polo. Oh dear.

          • Zaccy16

            yep, my polo takes 8 seconds to 100!

        • Qwwer

          It says in the review: 9.8 secs 0-100kmh.

          Did you actually read the review, or did you just go straight to the comments section so you could spout the engine code and shower it with praise?

          • F1orce

            So there really is not much difference between this and Corolla, only 0.2 seconds max?

            Why are these all so slow in these reviews, yet most people always achieve better. Shouldn’t these reviews actually try to extract the best number possible? Instead of the worst?

            Its like them a*holes driving powerful cars so slowly. Just a waste of potential , you have a powerful beast, floor it.

          • tw

             Its a 4 cylinder Camry, as far removed from a “powerful beast” as you can get.

          • Zaccy16

            they must have been going for it because fuel consumption is a woeful 12 litres per 100! or maybe they weren’t going for it like you thin F1orce and thats fuel economy from normal everyday driving!

          • $29896495

            Personally I think it’s very ordinary. I noticed a fair amount of healthy skepticism in the story which was good to see. I don’t like the front or body in general, and for a FULL size car it’s under powered. Better off in an Aurion if it must be a big Toyota. Things I took away, questionable dash, poor ride, dodgy steering, poor performance. Doesn’t sound to good to me.

            Congrats CA, good test.

          • Zaccy16

            i agree, its very very average!

        • racrepus

          Oh, so when the Korean mid sizers get 9.3 seconds to 100, you bag them out saying how slow and poorly engineered they are. Yet now your oh so precious Camry is even slower again, but now you blame the reviewer, saying they intentionally made it slow? 

          If that isn’t the sentiment of a Toyota kool-aid guzzling fanboy, then I don’t know what is. Way to make yourself look like a massive hypocrite.

          • F1orce

            Gee When are you gonna learn how to read?

            Not only have I praised certain Hyundai models, but I clearly stated that these reviews don’t seem to try and get the best time. Whether it be a Camry or Bugatti

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    • Riley

      Ahhh, Brochure Boy’s back reading us his Toyota brochures again.

      • Zaccy16

        he must have a library of lexus/toyota brochures! 

        • Jober As A Sudge

          Perhaps you two could compare brochures:
          Lexus/Toyota vs Mazda&VW

        • Guest193

          He’s collecting them all coz his mum told him some day they’ll be worth a lot of money.

  • Rocket

    I must be missing something here? An SV6 or XR6 is similar coin but with greater performance and comfort so what is the advantage of buying this Camry if its economy is no better in real world driving?

    • Crazy n00b

      Real world price for this thing is $31k drive away no more to pay, 0% or 2.9% 4yrs finance, $170 every 15,000km fixed price service and 7.8L per 100km.

      • Rocket

        Still no excuse to buy one.

        • zej

           Why does one need an excuse to buy a car? Some people would drop $30k+ on a Toyota Camry rather than a Falcon, Commodore, 86, 2nd hand Jaguar, BMW 540i etc. So what? I wouldn’t, but the fact that others would just makes my oddball cars that little bit more exclusive on the road.

          • Rocket

            Sorry substitute reason for excuse. Had a few drinks tonight.

        • Guest

          Who died and made you the purhcasing god?

          • Rocket

            Good question?

      • Ryt

         Actually the services are $130 and the review says the economy they got was 12.1L per 100km.

  • Mika

    Its a good drive ( we have Fleet special’s mostly, in the office) but that stupid fake stitching on the dashboard is soooooooooooooooooooooooo daggy.

  • John

    For that amount, I would buy the Falcon Ecoboost any day.

    • Homer

      You bet. 2012 Ford Falcon XT ecoboost is typically priced at 22K, low mileage. Heaps more torque. Unless you must have the “toyota” name tag, this one is way overpriced

      • horsie

        You show me where i can get that deal ??
        are you talking about used ? you just can’t compare new and used cars. 

    • Zaccy16

      yep me too, or a mazda 6! both faster and dynamically superior cars!

  • Karl Sass

    With the extra performance, sharper handling, lower weight and same reliability the Camry has gone from a car I’d avoid at all costs, to a middle player. Still wouldn’t buy one myself, but not a car I’d advise people to steer-clear of any more. Although if I did get a Camry it would be the hybrid.

    • Barry

      Karl my father in law has been driving a Camry Hybrid for over 1 year now.Really happy,to my surprise performs  good on the country roads.That surprised me because theres no braking to charge the batterys.Where the Volt has a petrol engine charging the electric engine like a Diesel Locomotive.

      • Karl Sass

        Yes I must admit to being a bit of a fan of the hybrid, I certainly didn’t used to be! 

        The hybrid highway economy puzzled me too for the same reasons. I’ve since learned that the economy comes not just from the hybrid system, but from running a Atkinson cycle, as opposed to a traditional Otto cycle. This is a more efficient combustion process, regardless of whether the batteries are being used or not. 

        • F1orce

          Yes more fuel efficient

          But you lose significant amount of power.

          • Karl Sass

            True, that’s why they can only use it on hybrids because the batteries can assist when you nail the throttle. 

  • gtrxuone

    Anyone who has seen megafactorys on Foxtel has seen the Multistrata motor bike,Ferrari,Bmw,Merc,Mustang,Corvette.From the designs to the manufacturing process.
    Megafactorys Toyota Australia is coming up early April.All oponents of the Australian motor vechle manufacturing industry.Should watch,see what’s involved.Can’t wait to see it my self.

  • Jgh

    Moved on to a different boat ramp for the photo backdrop?

  • Save It For The Track

    Paddlle shifters in a Camry??  joke right?

    • Guest

      Welcome to 2011.

    • Robj

      yep, a bad one….can you still buy a manual? Only way to make it decent.

      • $29896495

        Don’t think so, it’s got a foot parking brake.

  • Hung Low

    Was the handbrake left on for that woeful fuel consumption? Interesting that this makes about the same power and torque as the V6 Vienta from the 90’s yet is slower by just over a second to 100km

    • Bugsy

      Yeah, more inefficiency & poor engineering from Toyota.

      • zej

        I guess Toyota will let their sales figures speak for themselves.

        • $29896495

          Yeah, why get it right when people buy it any way.

    • matt

      its still about 40nm and 5 kw down champ… and still heavier, hence slower

  • Daniel D

    What was the point of the picture of the unattended fuel bowser nozzle? 

    • Jgh

       I suppose it highlights the side of the fuel port. The side of the fuel port is a dealer breaker for some people – well only one person (MisterZed).

    • $29896495

      It’s a subtle way of saying – this sucks juice. 7/11 looks like Windsor Downs?

  • Karl Sass

    Anthony I’m just curious, how many k’s did the test car have on it? Cheers.

  • bd005

    Despite still being a relatively new model, the Camry has consistently finished towards the bottom in comparison tests done by auto publications in NA.

    Not much fun in the driving dept. and a more jittery ride to boot and the worst interior in the segment.

  • Lolwut

    The 9.8 sec cant be right, ive driven one as a lease and its closer to 8.5~9.

    • Resident

      I’m pretty certain Toyota quote about 9.3s for the Camry, so 9.8s isn’t really a surprise.
      It is slow.

  • racrepus

    Good honest review. About time someone honestly pointed out the flaws in Toyota’s and didn’t use their BS marketing (supposed unbreakable Toyota reliable, and apparent Toyota quality) to sway the score.

    Front is just trying to copy the sleekness of the Optima and Accord Euro. Sides are typical generic Toyota boring with the same glasshouse as the 2003 Camry. Rear is all boxy, a contrast to the rounded front end. More unresolved styling from Toyota. All in all, looks really dated.

    Interior is fussy. Too many overlaps and textures make it look too clunky and unresolved. That climate control readout is also horribly dated. The aesthetics are poor.

  • K20A

    For some reason I really like the last shot, the Camry getting filled up at 7-11. In fact all the photos are somehow refreshingly unpretentious (quite unlike the Atara SX).

    Camrys a good car in its own right.. but if I have to drive one (hopefully not in this lifetime), it will surely be a flat white Altise emblazoned with my employer’s logo and comes as part of my package :)

  • John

    Look at that interior BAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    I’ve seen better plastics used in buckets at Bunnings.

  • nugsdad

    Why would you drive past the Mazda dealer?

  • Exar Kun

    Styling wise, the last few generations of Camry have suffered from wheels that fail miserably to fill the arches as well as an enormous amount of sheet metal that sits above those wheel arches.  It just makes them look like they have too small a wheel/tyre package (plus the offset that gives a horribley narrow stance).  They look more like a large version of a light car sedan (Mazda 2, Fiesta etc) in terms of proportions.

    At least the interior is a step up over the old one.  It may have some bad details such as the dash treatment but the wheel and centre console look a bit better.  Why companies insist on using vast expanses of silver plastic is beyond me.  It just looks cheap.  Black/grey may be dull but at least it rarely cheapens the look.

    And finally, why is the Camry a medium car and the Aurion a large car?  It’s quite obvious that the Camry is a large car with a small engine, nothing more.

    A good appliance but servicing price and size aside, there are better options.

    • Captain Nemo®™

       I have often wondered about that too Mick,  Same car two different engines two different categories.  Maybe Ford should market the eco-boost Falcon as a small car with it’s tiny 2 litre motor. 

      • $29896495

        WTF did you pull my comment for? Some NOT like positive marketing suggestions for Ford?

  • Resident

    The Steering Wheel reminds me of the SEGA MasterSystem controller…

  • TG

    12.1l/100km?!? How hard were you guys flogging this?

    • Resident

      Not hard enough – it only did 9.8s 0-100km/h and apparently should be quicker according to some apparant reviewers above.

      • Kaas

        My lease car does 9-10 l/100kms and I hammer it since its not my car.

        Also a year ago car advice did their initial judgment and the results then vary from results now…. Even losing a star from the ratings.

    • Guest193

      like flogging a dead horse.

  • Tesx

    Look at all these sad Camry bashers. I have tested the new Camry 2.5L and it was excellent, not a rocket, but you can beat most cars on the road, no problem merging. Extremly refined and smooth ride and fuel efficient. Massive interior space and comfort

    I dont see really any of the problem with that

    • John

       Your expectations are very low. What was your last vehicle – a bicycle?

      • Matthew Helm

        What is yours?

        • John

           Currently, an FPV F6 & before that, an XR6 Turbo.

    • racrepus

      Guess what. If people didn’t point out the problems with these cars, the makers would make no effort to actually improve them. People like you who only praise them means the manufacturer doesn’t have to try as hard to impress you. The only way any company improves their product is by being criticised. The Koreans didn’t improve their quality so fast because people were nice to them, it’s because people constantly criticise them, letting them know what they can improve upon for the next model. No one wants to criticise  Toyota, so their products will only ever be average. They have no incentive to try harder.

    • Guest193

      You forgot to say the wheels didn’t fall off.

  • Martin

    Can’t help but see the Camry as just a financial decision above all else. It ticks the boxes the average person cares about, and they know it will sell easily later on for a decent price.

    Mid of the market pricing, solid resale, solid reputation for reliability (unshakeable despite the negative media attention) and inoffensive looks. Average to drive, doesn’t bring anything new to the segment and downright boring to look at (and yes I have driven one several times – company car). I just with Toyota tried to be more technologically innovative instead of being late to the party continually.

    • Robj

      yes, dull driving at its best……..

  • Mondeo Man

    12.1L/100km is awful. I flog my Mondeo EcoBoost because the torque rush is so addictive and I average less then 11 in Sydney traffic. On a cruise it is around 7.5L/100km. Mondeo’s have great steering and the ride and handling are excellent too. It seems that the Toyota have nothing on the Ford, Mazda or Honda competitors. BTW to be fair, I don’t mind the styling, but the drive sounds disappointing. It seems that they have gone backwards compared to the last model.

    Sorry, but I rank the Camry now as on par with the i40/i45 and the Optima.

  • Boiboi

    9.8s 0-100km something must be wrong. In the US, plenty of people are getting 0-60mph (0-96kmh) times in about 8s.

    12.1L/100 for the 4 cyl Camry? Something is seriously wrong here. That’s not real world figures. The reviewer must have sat in the car for hours on end with the AC on and fiddled with the bells and whistles. People are getting real world figures of about 10L/100km with the Aurion (Camry V6). The Prado 4.0L V6 petrol auto gets about 13L/100km combined in the real world.

    • Guest193

      Sometimes a model with a smaller engine uses more fuel because of the power to weight ratio is worse…ie: the smaller engine has to work harder.

  • horsie

    paddle shifters, that is the biggest waste of money. they should have spent that money on sat nav or reverse sensors. 
    Apart from that. I have to say this Camry looks pretty good. 

  • Shak

    As bland and middle of the pack as the Camry is, it still manages to be a respectable competitor in its class. I recently had one as a rental while overseas, and it really did challenge a lot of my perceptions of what a Camry should be. The thing that impressed me most was the strength of its engine. At the end of the day i would much rather people buy a Camry made in Australia, than a Honda or Ford or Mazda made overseas. 

    • Rocket

      What about a Holden made overseas?

    • $29896495

      Don’t forget your Australian made Fords.

  • Estiff

    Not sure how many of you have driven this car before you have posted comments. I have been given this car as a loan vehicle till my next company car arrives. Some real life actual feedback for you all imo:
    1. Outside design excellent, even with just only 17″ rims, especially front end.
    2. inside quality as reported and commented. mixed bag leaning on the side of ordinary. design is ok but execution bad, ie. far too much cheap dark plastics. major negative for this era of cars – gone back light years here. centre console bin very cheap and moves and creeks when hitting it with your leg.
    3. Internal features good though, MMI screen, dual zone ac, proximity key, easy bluetooth, usb etc..
    4. steering as reported, however one good thing is the solidity of the steering wheel feel, very tight. however off centre float and accuracy yes ordinary. chassis / suspension ok.
    5. engine has excellent throttle response. touch the pedal and she goes. all good for general driving but a real plant of the foot reveals the cars weight and 4cyl reality – expect the 9’s rating is correct. if AC is running be careful is speed is needed to get out of a tight jam.

    • racrepus

      So everything good about it, are things that are good or great in just about every other car in the same class. It’s not that people think this car is bad, it’s the fact it always turns out just average. People expect more from the most popular car with the biggest budget for R&D.

      • Estiff

         more info, steering is becoming tedious – understeer is prevalent, braking weak – both evident with the weight and power. Radio reception and quality is amazing bad.

  • John

    Same old toyota whitegoods on wheels, with a few tart up bits to fool the dummies. The old camry sportiva had one of the highest accident rates where they were at fault, because the fools who bought them believed the advertising & hype that they were sporty. I will keep my FPV F6 :)

    • Guest

      Sick Maaaaaate! I’m sure every person compares a Camry to a F6. Any other intelligent insights you would like to provide? 

  • Cars

    “Sporty”? I nearly fell off my chair!
    This car has the numbest, most neutral steering of ANY car I have ever driven.
    Indeed the engine and drive train are the most spritely of any of the 4 cylinders in Camry history. Irrespective, they are still sluggards even compared to the 2000 3L V6 Camry.
    I was bewildered where these comments could come from.
    Alas, I looked at the author. Who else but Anthony Crawford?
    Say no more!

  • Deutsch

    Am I the only one who finds this car utterly repulsive? Why oh why did Toyota make the tail lights look like they were missing a big chunk of light? The car looks unfinished, un-sporty and banal. 

  • Redline

    I get the most laughs from watching drivers of FWD shopping trolleys that are dressed-up as ‘sporty’, like the cardigan Camry.  The makers slap on useless wings and bits of ill-fitting plastic to give the racey aero look, and maybe even lower the suspension (3mm perhaps?) add fat mag wheels (wow – 7 inchers!). Just shows that with flashy marketing you can sell anything to the gullible masses.        

  • Heath Russell

    i just hired one of these for a month in perth, it was a HUGE car, extremely slow, it was really hard overtaking road trains on the highway.

    it was fairly good on fuel, it has a huge fuel tank, it handled like a boat, you had to flog it everywhere to make it move, the stereo wasn’t to bad tho, bluetooth worked well, it had 30,000ks on it and the dash rattled like it was about to implode.

    its a life goal that i never have to own a camry, camrys steal your soul.

    • $29896495

      Great to read an honest appraisal.

  • cameron b

    The reviewer’s comments on miileage, acceleration and suspension are exactly as I have experienced in my 2013 Camry Atara SX. I am most annoyed with the uncomfortable ride ( misguidedly committted to buy sport model based on a test ride in the lower model with softer suspension, which I would have bought except wife wanted the leather trim. SR5 dual cab ute was removed from my shortlist because the suspension was too harsh. In hindsight, of the two I wish had the SR5). The fuel economy is disappointing – 12L/100km is typical of mine in the 6 months/3500km I have had it for since buying new. My diesel Prado has better mileage. I have owned several toyotas and always been impressed with build quality and resale value. That’s why I did not look much at the alternatives. Maybe I would have been happier with Mazda 6 but I didn’t look at them at the time. I certainly will next time.

  • Faisal Farooq

    I bought this Toyota Camry ATARA R 2012 from one of the Dealers in Sydney on
    November 27, 2012 for a total price of 31,000 AUD only for the attraction that
    Toyota claims a fuel economy of 7.8L/100 Km.
    I started having problems with this car from the very beginning and I reported
    the problems to Toyota Dealer in January 2013 but unfortunately, till today my
    problems have not been fixed by Toyota even after repeatedly contacting both
    Toyota Head Office & Toyota Dealer. I was being sent back and forth between
    Toyota and its dealers. Finally, I realised that I was just wasting more and
    more of my time and energy but with no significant outcomes.
    Toyota claims that that this car does 7.8L/100Kms and actually I am
    experiencing around 11.5L/100Kms & this has increased recently to 12.5
    I have already complained to Fair Trading, who advised me to launch a
    complaint in CTTT which I have recently done & now waiting on my Hearing
    I have even reported the complaints in written to Toyota Head Office but
    they never send me anything in writing & I have to call them on their
    Customer Experience Number every time & waiting for long time in queue.
    Now my situation is like that I have a New Car but seems like without
    warranty or the Customer Server which Toyota Claims is very good but my
    personal experience is very Bad.

Toyota Camry Specs

Car Details
Body Type
New Price
Private Sale
$18,590 - $21,130
Dealer Retail
$19,800 - $23,540
Dealer Trade
$14,600 - $16,900
Engine Specifications
Engine Type
Engine Size
Max. Torque
235Nm @  4100rpm
Max. Power
135kW @  6000rpm
Pwr:Wgt Ratio
Bore & Stroke
Compression Ratio
Valve Gear
Drivetrain Specifications
Drive Type
Final Drive Ratio
Fuel Specifications
Fuel Type
Fuel Tank Capacity
Fuel Consumption (Combined)
7.8L / 100km
Weight & Measurement
Kerb Weight
Gross Vehicle Weight
Not Provided
Ground Clearance
Towing Capacity
Brake:1200  Unbrake:500
Steering & Suspension
Steering Type
Turning Circle
Front Rim Size
Rear Rim Size
Front Tyres
215/55 R17
Rear Tyres
215/55 R17
Wheel Base
Front Track
Rear Track
Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Front Suspension
MacPherson strut, Coil Spring, Gas damper, Anti roll bar
Rear Suspension
Multi-link system, Coil Spring, Gas damper, Anti roll bar
Standard Features
Control & Handling
Sports Suspension, Traction Control System, Vehicle Stability Control
Reversing Camera, Trip Computer
Side Front Air Bags
Optional Features
Power Sunroof
Service Interval
9 months /  15,000 kms
36 months /  100,000 kms
VIN Plate Location
Driver Side Front Floor
Country of Origin