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2015 Toyota Camry Atara SX Review

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

2015 Toyota Camry Review

The new-look and sharper-driving Toyota Camry range is the final iteration to be made in Australia. Its sizeable makeover is a worthy one...

Toyota Camry RZ Review

Value-packed Camry RZ is meant to evoke the spirit of the 86 sports coupe. Dan DeGasperi tests its mettle...

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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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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Toyota Camry Owner Reviews

2015 Toyota Camry Atara S Review

I have owned this Camry Atara S for 7 months, after purchasing it used with 13,000kms on the clock. It is a very nice car to drive, and it is particularly good on the highway. The handling is excellent, although the downside is a harsh ride at low speeds. The engine and 6 speed auto transmission are a superb combination - quiet, smooth and unobtrusive...

2011 Toyota Camry Altise Review

Ride and handling is very good. Fuel economy is nothing like Toyota claims unless its driven long distance without using breaks to slow down. 10.1L/100KM is more realistic Cabin spacious. The interior is quite stylish, but has a plastic feel and give out squeaky noises at times...

2004 Toyota Camry Altise Review

Bought this car for my wife brand new in April 2004. Paid $24,990 drive away with floor mats and rear spoiler added as a optional extra. Also had the windows tinted in September 2004 for which we paid $450, brining the total cost of the car to $25,440. We've had the car for over 10 years now and it has done just over 90,000km...

2009 TOYOTA CAMRY ALTISE Review

I purchased a 2009 Toyota Camry Altise at the end of 2009. 70,000 kms and 4 years later, it drives and looks exactly the same as when I bought it which is a (mini) testament to its build. I have heard of cases where regularly serviced camry engines lasting more than 500,000 kms. When compared to the V6 Aurion and falcon/commodore, etc...

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Toyota Camry Videos

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 News

2017 Toyota Camry could go turbo in move to new TNGA platform - report

Toyota’s next-generation Camry could bring more than just new looks and a new platform to the party, if a new report this week proves accurate. Expected to appear in 2017 - in time for a local debut to coincide with the end of Toyota’s Australian manufacturing operations - the new Camry will replace the facelifted model that launched here in April...

Toyota Australia's behind-the-scenes fight to make new-look Camry

Toyota Australia invested around $80 million into its plant to produce the new-look Camry here until the end of 2017 — and it had to lobby hard for the privilege. In fact under different yet entirely tenable circumstances, we might not have seen the 2015 Camry pictured here at all...

2015 Toyota Camry pricing and specifications

The significantly updated Toyota Camry — the final iteration to be made in Australia — launches today with a significantly expanded and improved range of offerings that are up to $5000 cheaper than before...

Toyota backs Camry sales to stay strong until end of local production

Toyota Australia is hopeful of maintaining current levels of Camry and Aurion sales between now and the end of local production in 2017. Speaking at the line-off ceremony for the new-look, 2015 Toyota Camry at the Altona production plant in Melbourne, Toyota Australia president Dave Buttner (pictured below) said the company planned build 90,000 cars per year over the final three years of production and was hopeful of maintaining the current 30:70 domestic-to-export sales ratio...

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