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2018 Toyota Camry spied

The eighth-generation Toyota Camry has been spied undergoing testing on public roads in the States. Although it's covered from head to toe in camouflage, this prototype features a lot of the styling cues that made their debut on the seventh generation Camry's extensive mid-life facelift...

2016 Toyota Camry Atara S gains standard navigation, optional on Altise

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...

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...

Australian-made cars hit two-year high in December

Sales of Australian-made vehicles in December were the strongest for two years, on the back of spikes for the Toyota Camry and Holden Commodore. According to VFACTS data released this week, 11,643 Australian-made cars were ‘sold’, up 33.3 per cent. It’s the first time this monthly figure has hit five figures since December 2013...

Toyota Camry dominates: VFACTS December sales, Australian-made back on top

An Australian-made vehicle burst back onto the very top of the sales charts for first time in ages in December — the venerable Toyota Camry. In a remarkable result, the Camry’s posted registration figure for the final month of the calendar year was 5321 units — well over double what it managed in December 2014...

Australian cars don’t sell? Bollocks

It’s an oft-repeated line — Aussie cars just don’t sell any more, hence the need for the local brands to shut their local factories and become full importers, something each will have done by the end of 2017. I’m well versed enough on the economic and market-specific headwinds that are said to necessitate the end of Australian car manufacturing...

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...