lose power, touchscreen fault
I use my camry as a daily commuting.
The bottom of the car touchscreen does not work at all, and the accuracy of the touch screen is very poor, what I point is not i want to point.
There was a very scary experience, once on the highway, after using about 10minute period of fixed-speed cruises, the car lost all power and the dashboard lose all lights for about a second, and returned to normal, just like i turn off my car and turn back on at 100km/h. The touch screen blackout and showed a loading imagine .
As always when you buy Toyota you buy quality. I have never had an issue with my Camry and it’s still going strong with 400k kms. My only regret is I never purchased a hybrid.
Purchased 2019 SX Camry on 23 August for $38000. No Android car play. No problem as Toyota link was available. Toyota Link worked until 5 September then Toyota updated app. Now no longer works. Have been in touch with Toyota they cannot even be bothered to reply to my EMails. Should have brought Kia and saved $10000
Purchased in August 2019.
Love my Camry - can’t imagine life without it
A workhorse, I’ve had it for just over two years and it’s done 96k and hasn’t skipped a beat! Travelling city and remote, it’s a smooth drive and goes when it needs to.
All the Features & Safe As Ever!
We upgraded our car to the Camry Atara SL 2017 model back in February 2018. Having the car for just over 12 months now, I cannot rate it highly enough. It is by far the nicest, safest and smoothest car I have ever owned. Our Atara came equipt with all the features, cameras, sensors, sat nav, keyless entry and start up. It even has an inbuilt phone charger and a built in sun visor over the back window. This car has never missed a beat. As a mother of a young child, I feel very safe driving. It has power, but not enough too be full on. I still get in my car daily and appreciate it so much, it’s beautiful and I feel that I will be a Camry driver for life now.
Toyota Camry SX Automatic 2.5L 4D Sedan 2018
The Toyota Camry SX Automatic runs buttery smooth and is a pleasure to drive .The car is a head turner and is miles ahead in design in comparison to previous models ....it has also stepped up and competitively made a stance against it competion in the larger size sedan category 18 inch sporty mags give the car a sporty look and I went with the optional Panoramic moon roof giving the cabin a spacious feel. .The Camry Sx cabin has all the right tech with the exception of voice activation this at most is frustrating to use and is nowhere near ...the understanding of Google voice control ...(This personally drives me nutts when you are trying to use hands free to make a call) another minor fault is in the centre console they have used a cheap looking plastic that is easily scratched .I would recommend a wrap over it.The seats are leather with a choice of red or black good quality with highlighting stitching, the Sat Nav works a treat and the wireless charger is very handy...Overall you wont be disappointed with the exception of some minor defects the car is a gem...
Great reliable car
We bought the Camry HL from new in 2014 to use for family transport and commuting to work. The fuel consumption on average in the last 5 years is at just under 6L Per 100Km. I have fitted a tow bar on it so that I could take our bikes with us when we go away (do not use the Camry to tow anything heavy as I think the tow limit is 400kg for the hybrid model).
The car has been services at Toyota at the recommended dates and Km with out any problems. I have just had to change the tiers over for the first time at around 70,000km.
Our kids have now grown up, so I am very happy we got the Camry as it has lots of room in the back for taller people.
When I go to change over the car I will definitely give the new model Camry a chance.
Great road trip
We purchased our 2017 Camry to replace our Carolla. This allowed greater space for bigger booster seat for our grand daughter.
We live in a city, & the Camry is easy to manouver in traffic, on the freeway, in parking areas, & our garage.
We are currently enjoying a long road trip. Great boot space. The Camry has handled a wide variety of road surfaces, weather and traffic condition. We are still thrilled with the comfort of the ride. Fuel consumption OK, but not as good as other vehicles we have owned.
Purchased in December 2017.
Confidence in product
This is my second Toyota vehicle and very happy with the quality of the product.
The Camry suits my driving needs when travelling long distances.Those being comfort and fuel economy.
I purchased the vehicle from Maitland Toyota and during the first twelve months of owning the vehicle I moved to the mid north coast. This meant I had the vehicle serviced at Taree Toyota under the same arrangement as Maitland.
The quality of the service was excellent, completed as per the log book and on time.
Purchased in November 2017.
Passed out 2 times without A/C on. Toxic smells in cabin. Lock your widows and test your self. Initially I started coughing and thought the interior was airless. Once I started air con I had no problems!
Purchased in July 2019.
Very good sedan.Great value for money.Lots of safety gear.Top fuel economy.The only minus is auto high beam is too slow to dip.Will ask at next service if can be adjusted.Wanted a Hybrid but couldn't wait 3 months as only have one car.Yes buy one for sure.
- ASV70R / GSV70R SX 2.5 L Petrol
- Verified purchase
Great, safe car - minor flaws
We purchased this car as a family car due to becoming first time parents. The car is comfortable, roomy, stylish and has many great features. The Camry gets driven daily by myself and my husband due to its fuel efficiency and we take this car over our other 2 majority of the time. The only flaws we have noticed is you cannot open the bonnet while the windscreen wipers are in the upright position. Also the rear headrests are not detachable which we have found extremely annoying as we cannot use certain baby products as they cannot be affixed to ...the headrest as required due to this. The very top of the bonnet (design/shape flaw) gathers water from the rain and constantly flicks water onto the windscreen while driving which I find irritating. Car is being serviced by Toyota as per their recommended schedule, not issues have been found so far. Overall great family car, minor design flaws.
bought car 2nd owner with only 155k's on it in late 2017.
Had been mostly mechanically looked after with the shocks and p/s pump needing replacing ( common problem with leaking ) at that stage.
Once did those things and sway bar mounts for good measure now a great car to drive, smooth auto, comfortable, powerful when needed and for the V6 3.0L happy with the fuel economy. ( around 10.5L/100k's city ).
Handles very nicely, a/c still works a treat.
Typical sagging roof lining now though, oh well, only cost me $1600 to buy, didnt care. Nothing som...
Purchased in November 2017.
Large Reliable Sedan
Ample space and comfortable seats. Good acceleration. Mechanically very reliable, low maintenance costs and great longevity. Average fuel consumption for 2.4L model. Safety is average for its size. Highly recommended overall.
Perfect car for couples
I usually use this car every day for going to office,really good for couples with all security features. The service is really cheap for this car. You will get different colours of your choice.
- Camry XV40
- Verified purchase
Reliable car with low cost
I have a 2009 camry for five years. Previously used it for UBER driving and now just used for weekend with low meters. In a nutshell, this car has good quality with low cost on repair, although it consumes a lot compared to other new models.
Purchased in May 2014 for $110,000.00.
The reviewer stated that an incentive was offered for this review
Perfect and easy to drive.
Toyota is reliable car and easy to drive. Sedan has got more space and you can carry lot of things.its cheaper and fuel consumption is economical. The look is okay.
The reviewer stated that an incentive was offered for this review
I have a Toyota Camry Hybrid (2016). I have saved a lot of money so far on the fuel. It's an excellent car with a very good value for money
Purchased in December 2016 for $26,000.00.
Great car,with limitations
I have a 2009 Camry Grande bought 2nd hand.
Very comfortable as it has adjustable lumbar support,dual zone climate control,leather seats,sunroof,reversing camera etc.
Mainly used on long distance trips,i only have 2 gripes with it.
I'm over 6ft tall,& can only just sit in it without hitting my head on the roof.The legroom is great though.
It's a bit gutless on hills as to be expected with the 2.4 in a heavy car.
I find the handling to be good,it's very stable & a placid car,so an ideal learning vehicle.
If you need more power,get an Aurion.
Overall,im quite happy with the car,you get a lot of goodies in the Grande spec at a good price.
Purchased in July 2018.
i brought a 2001 v6 camry 12 years ago changed the timing belt at 150.00 now has 400,000 klm on it never a ploblem the belt has done 220klm still running cost more than the cars worth to change the belt and water pump its been every place has dints hail damage still going mechanics would be out of bushiness if all cars were this good will drive it until the belt brake and give it away best car i have ever owned now my son has it for 6 years never even changed the plugs he paid 500 of me and he has done 100,000 plus with it great value for your money still drives great .
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Can a full sized spare be accommodated in the boot well, instead of the space saver? ie, can I throw the space saver away & get a full sized wheel & tyre from a wrecker and put it where the stupid one was?
I am looking at buying a 2017 Camry Atara SX. They have 18" wheels & a space saver spare! Can someone tell me if you can fit a full size spare in the wheel well, then throw the space saver in the dump!
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|ANCAP Safety Rating||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||5 Stars||4 Stars||4 Stars|
|Fuel Consumption||7.8 L/100km||4.2 L/100km||8.3 L/100km||4.2 L/100km||8.3 L/100km||4.5 L/100km||8.9 L/100km||8.3 L/100km||8.7 L/100km||7.9 L/100km||7.8 L/100km||7.9 L/100km||7.9 L/100km||7.9 L/100km||5.2 L/100km||5.2 L/100km||7.8 L/100km||9.9 L/100km||8.8 L/100km|
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|Engine||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||6 Cylinder 3.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.5L||4 Cylinder 2.4L||4 Cylinder 2.4L||4 Cylinder 2.2L|
|Max Power||133kW @ 6000rpm||131kW @ 5700rpm||135kW @ 6000rpm||131kW @ 5700rpm||135kW @ 6000rpm||131kW @ 5700rpm||224kW @ 6600rpm||135kW @ 6000rpm||224kW @ 6600rpm||133kW @ 6000rpm||135kW @ 6000rpm||135kW @ 6000rpm||135kW @ 6000rpm||135kW @ 6000rpm||118kW @ 5700rpm||118kW @ 5700rpm||135kW @ 6000rpm||117kW @ 5700rpm||112kW @ 5600rpm||95kW @ 5200rpm|
|Max Torque||231Nm @ 4100rpm||221Nm @ 3600-5200rpm||235Nm @ 4100rpm||221Nm @ 3600-5200rpm||235Nm @ 4100rpm||221Nm @ 3600-5200rpm||362Nm @ 4700rpm||235Nm @ 4100rpm||362Nm @ 4700rpm||231Nm @ 4100rpm||235Nm @ 4100rpm||235Nm @ 4100rpm||235Nm @ 4100rpm||235Nm @ 4100rpm||213Nm @ 4500rpm||213Nm @ 4500rpm||231Nm @ 4100rpm||218Nm @ 4000rpm||218Nm @ 4000rpm||187Nm @ 4400rpm|
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