Once the domain of retirees, fleet cars and Uber drivers, the new hybrid Camry’s more memorable looks, low fuel consumption figures and premium-level perks are making a solid case for a total image overhaul.
Big, powerful, and with a lightly sporting flavour, the Toyota Camry SX V6 adheres to a traditional Aussie family car formula.
This is the ultimate Camry you can buy, with V6 power and SL specification levels. Does it stack up?
The imported Toyota Camry SL Hybrid is actually – shock, horror – a desirable offering that is far more than a mere sensible choice. Who'd have thought we'd ever see the day?
The 2018 Toyota Camry range is a huge step up, and while the SL flagship may not be the one we'd buy, commendations are due regardless.
In the ultimate ride-share specification – white, base-model hybrid – does the all-new Toyota Camry Ascent represent good value for a sub-$30K large car?
Can a Toyota Camry be more than 'just' reliable, safe and conservative? And does anybody care? The eighth-generation model, imported from Japan rather than made here, is launching now with a mind to answering these questions in the affirmative.
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?