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2013 Toyota Camry Altise review

My father recently replaced his trusty Camry with a Land Rover Discovery Sport. He decided to give the Camry to me, and after 6 years of experiencing the car as a passenger, there was something oddly satisfying about the passenger finally becoming the driver... The Camry is great for shopping trips and long cruises with the family, as there is plenty of space for both people and cargo...

2019 Toyota Camry Ascent review: The rental

I recently hired a 2019 Camry Ascent for two weeks and it had only 1500km on the clock. I feel quite comfortable in writing a review considering I also own a 2012 Camry Hybrid H. Good things: If you have owned the previous shape Camry, this is an absolute revelation in terms of quietness and ride. It is extremely supple, and handles bumps very well...

2018 Toyota Camry SX review

I never believed that I’d be a Camry man, but I needed to look at a 4-cylinder family car to replace my work-supplied Sonata after I was made redundant and I had secured a new job that didn’t have a car as part of the pay package. We have a Mazda 3 hatchback already in our garage and I didn’t want a Mazda 6, as I am not a fan of Mazda’s tablet-style infotainment screen or central control wheel...

2018 Toyota Camry Ascent Sport Hybrid review

I had never thought I would buy a hybrid of any sort, especially coming from a 2016 VW Golf with a small capacity turbo-charged engine, I had just about promised myself I would always want something with a turbo. However times changed, and I wanted to upgrade to a much larger vehicle. Originally, I first looked at the top spec Camry SL in 2...

2017 Toyota Camry Altise review

At some point, every motoring enthusiast has experienced the discomfort of being stuck behind a Camry driver. That maddening pain of being held back by someone completely oblivious to their surroundings, meandering through traffic (and life) slowly but surely as others (and life) pass them (and now you) by...

2017 Toyota Camry RZ SE review

I purchased my 2017 Camry RZ due to the pure fact that it’s a lot of car for $30,000, and the zero per cent finance that the Australian-built Camrys were selling with was a drawcard that turned out to be too good to resist. It looks sporty, and I get a few people looking at me as I drive past (which is odd as it is a Camry)...

2018 Toyota Camry Ascent Sport review

I took delivery of my new Camry in March. It replaced a 2010 Honda Accord Euro that I loved, and I considered many other cars, including the previous Camry SL, Corolla ZR sedan, and Mazda 3 and 6 sedans. I didn’t think any of them matched up to the Euro, and I would have loved it if Honda had the new version available locally, but as it didn’t, I had to get another option...

2003 Toyota Crown Estate Athlete V review

My car actually is a 2003 Toyota Crown Estate Athlete V. Quite a mouthful, I know, but you'll want to get used to it, because I guarantee you won't be able to leave the house in it without someone asking you what on Earth it is. The Crown was only released in Australia in the late ’80s, but the production of this car didn't stop in Japan, though, hence I had to buy one that was freshly imported...

2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid review

The year 2011. I was looking for a very fuel efficient, reliable and cheap to maintain family car to replace my humble Hyundai Excel that had serviced our family needs for sometime. There were two options on my shortlist – the Toyota Camry Hybrid and Honda Civic Hybrid. I discarded all of the other options (including my then, and still favourite, Holden Commodore)...

2012 Toyota Camry Altise review

Since acquiring my Camry in January 2013, I have been most pleased with the consistent reliability (battery and tyres included). The service intervals carried out at the price set by Toyota and the local dealer services have been carried out to high standard. The transmission has just had an independent service and the health there is fantastic...

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...