The 2016 Toyota Camry has seen the addition of satellite navigation as standard equipment on the Atara S grade, albeit for a minor price increase, while the system is also now optionally available on the entry-level Altise variant.
For a $700 bump the Atara S petrol (now $30,190) and hybrid (now $33,190) are fitted with a 7.0-inch touchscreen with navigation and SUNA real-time traffic updates, along with a six-speaker sound system, DAB+ digital radio functionality and voice recognition.
Meanwhile, the entry-level Altise can be had with the same unit, though it will set you back $700 extra.
Specifications for the rest of the Camry range remains unchanged.
In June, Toyota launched a 2016 model-year update for the top-selling Camry range, with headlining changes including Euro 5 emissions certification for the entire powertrain line-up, standard ISOFIX child seat mounts across the range, along with a number of cosmetic tweaks and equipment enhancements for the Atara SX variant.
Other changes for the new year included a new 4.2-inch multi-information driver’s display added to the Atara S grade.
For more details on the 2016 Toyota Camry range, read our pricing and specs article here.
2016 Toyota Camry pricing (plus on-road costs)
Altise – $26,490/$30,490 (petrol/hybrid)
Atara S – $30,190/$33,190 (petrol/hybrid) +$700
Atara SX – $33,490 (petrol only)
Atara SL – $37,440/$40,440 (petrol/hybrid)