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2016 Toyota Camry Hybrid Atara SL Review

We love the hybrid Camry because it really doesn't feel any different to a normal Camry. It uses a lot less fuel though and is solid value for money.

2016 Toyota Camry RZ Review

In one of the last Australian-built versions of the Camry we'll see, the RZ is a sportier take on the platform, with only 1100 examples to be built. Does the limited-edition status make it worthwhile?

2016 Toyota Camry Atara SX Review

Is this, the 2016 Toyota Camry Atara SX, a properly sporty sedan? Matt Campbell finds out.

2015 Toyota Camry Atara SX Review

The updated 2015 Toyota Camry Atara SX is a sporty take on the familiar whitegoods mid-sizer.

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2016 Toyota Camry Atara SX Review

Read the full review here There has been a lot said about the demise of the Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore, but Australia will also say goodbye to another Aussie-built sedan icon – the Toyota Camry. With its final full-range update having just hit showroom floors, we thought we’d find out if the locally-made Camry is going out on a high note...

2015 Toyota Camry : Design Interview with Kevin Hunter

Read the article here. The US-designed Camry range has been given such a substantial tweak because Toyota admits it needed a sharper design to compete with a number of desirable rivals globally, and to fit its new corporate direction towards creating more attractive and characterful vehicles...

2015 Toyota Camry Review

Learn more about the Camry here. The Toyota Camry is consistently the best selling mid-size sedan in Australia – in fact in its class, Toyota sells more Camry’s than its seven closest rivals combined. Just shown with a new face for the 2016 model year, we take a look at the current 2015 Camry...

Toyota Camry Comparisons

Toyota Camry Hybrid Atara SL v Honda Accord Sport Hybrid v Lexus IS300h F Sport : Hybrid sedan comparison

Hybrid cars are not exactly a big ticket item in Australia, especially when you compare our market to somewhere such as Japan or the US. Nevertheless, there are options from Toyota, Honda and Lexus for those with green-tinged glasses. Out of the 260,000-odd passenger cars registered to fleets and private buyers alike over the first half of 2015, fewer than 5000 were petrol-electric hybrids...

Medium Sedan Comparison : Toyota Camry v Mazda 6 v Hyundai Sonata v Subaru Liberty

Medium cars are struggling in the face of an SUV uprising. Quite literally, the raising-up of body height and seating position has allowed the sport utility vehicle to act both like a magician entrancing customers, and a grim reaper destroying traditional sedan and wagons. There are massive upsides for those buyers who are determined to fly in the face of fashion, however...

Medium car comparison : Toyota Camry v Mazda 6 v Nissan Altima v Skoda Octavia v Holden Malibu v Hyundai i40

Medium is the new large. By 2017 when the large car segment will have been thrown into further disarray with the loss of the Ford Falcon and question marks surrounding imported replacements for the Holden Commodore and Toyota Aurion, it really has to be. The mass exodus from large six-cylinder family sedans that has happened in recent years, however, hasn’t been the expected boon for medium cars...

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Weekend Deals on Wheels for September 17

It’s time for the latest instalment of Deals on Wheels, which this week looks at six factory-backed special offers for all you weekend shoppers. This isn’t a promotional campaign, just us trying to offer you some interesting suggestions if you’re in the market for some new wheels...

2018 Toyota Camry face teased with new NASCAR racer

The design of the nose of the next-generation and fully-imported Toyota Camry has potentially been leaked online. The photo you see here was posted on Instagram by user luke_hewa_dennyhamlinfan101, and publicised on the VW Vortex forums, and seems to have been snapped at a closed-door NASCAR event...

2016 Toyota Camry RZ: $28,490 special returns

A new 2016 Toyota Camry RZ special edition has been announced this week, reviving a name last seen on the company's mid-sized sedan almost exactly two years ago. Based on the entry-level petrol Altise model, the 2016 Camry RZ starts at $28,490 plus on-road costs. That represents a $2000 premium over the Altise, but Toyota says the RZ boasts $4000 in added value...

2016 Toyota Camry pricing and specifications

Australian pricing and details for the 2016 Toyota Camry range have been announced today, with the majority of enhancements reserved for the Atara SX variant. On sale locally from June 6, the 2016 Toyota Camry line-up now boasts Euro 5 certification to the entire engine range, along with standard ISOFIX mounts as standard on all models...

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Toyota Camry Owner Reviews

2016 Toyota Camry Atara Sl Hybrid Review

Dropped in to Toyota dealer to give them a list of accessories to quote a 2016 HiLux. The wife was with me and as I was talking to the salesman I asked him if he had seen my wife he said I think she is out on the lot. About 5 mins later I see her 2013 Camry hybrid driving on to the lot and before I new it we were signing up on a 2016 Atara SL hybrid...

2015 Toyota Camry Atara S Review

We purchased this car because of the all round package of price, features, design and stress free motoring. This car is for my wife who doesn't really care about the way a car drives or how quick it goes, she just wanted something that was quiet, comfortable and looked good. We bought the car home at the beginning of November and since then has done around 1500 kms...

2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid H Review

Have had my Camry Hybrid H since I bought brand new in 2012. 3 years and 50,000km later I'm in a good position to look back at the time and evaluate the car. It would be interesting to see Toyota's buyer profile for the car, as I suspect there weren't many other young men in their late 20s buying brand new Camry Hybrids...

2015 Toyota Camry Rz S.e. Review

The Camry’s latest freshening is substantial. All the bodywork is new save the roof, and the curves flow more organically than before. Most models carry a simple five-bar chrome grille, but a gaping, black-mesh snout distinguishes the sportier SE and new-for-2015 XSE trims. It’s a cyborg catfish, but one you can take home to meet the parents...

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2016 Toyota Camry RZ Review

2016 Toyota Camry RZ Review

2016 Toyota Camry Atara SX Review

2016 Toyota Camry Atara SX Review

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