Sex sells, they say. But so does the Toyota Camry, which still flies the flag for safe and smart choices. Here we say farewell to the Australian-made version in the shadow of an all-new model.
Can a Toyota Camry really be a premium and dynamic car? The maker of the world's most popular mid-sized sedan reckons the new 2018 model is exactly that. We have a go Stateside ahead of its November Australian launch to investigate the impossible.
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.
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?
Is this, the 2016 Toyota Camry Atara SX, a properly sporty sedan? Matt Campbell finds out.
The updated 2015 Toyota Camry Atara SX is a sporty take on the familiar whitegoods mid-sizer.
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...
Being the flagship model in the Toyota Camry range, I figured the Magnetic Bronze Hybrid HL lady would enjoy a gentle stroll down Brighton way.
Value-packed Camry RZ is meant to evoke the spirit of the 86 sports coupe. Dan DeGasperi tests its mettle...
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...
The Camry Hybrid H is the sweet spot in Toyota's Australian-made medium car range.