Riding on an altogether new TNGA platform, the 2018 Toyota Camry is as impressive as advertised, with its applaudable specs and features. Redesigned from the top to bottom, the Camry wears a new skin this time around for its 8th generation. For sale now at a price of $23,645, the 2018 Camry has updated its interior too, with more upscale materials installed across all trim levels. Further coming to the performance front, aiding in its improved handling dynamics are the updated 2.5L Inline-4 and 3.5L V6 engine units, apart from the new suspension bits.
2018 Toyota Camry For Sale
Starting from a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $23,645 for the base L trim, the 2018 Camry is offered in over 5 trims. Next in line is the LE trim, which is priced at $24,150. The top-end XSE trim, which gets its unique exterior styling accents will set you back by an MSRP of $29,150. The average list prices of the Camry range from $16,400 to $28,000, depending on a number of factors. Also, the average five-year cost to own the 2018 Camry amounts to around $23,670, including the cost of gas, insurance, repairs, and maintenance.
Toyota Camry Buying Advice
Packed to the brim with the latest features on offer, and also with the potent V6 engine running its power duties, the 2018 Camry XLE trim is the best there is out of this varied lineup. Also opting for an Older Camry model would be practical in the right world, but with the number of updates the 2018 Camry brings to the mix, along with the fully redesigned exterior front, none of the earlier MYs seem to match up to it. Having said that, if affordability is the only guiding factor when you choose your Camry, we suggest you go for the 2015 Camry or the 2016 Camry.
Also, making its debut this year is the 2018 Camry hybrid version, which comes with a retuned 2.5L Inline-4 unit along with the battery backup. Known as the basic family practical car for ages, the 2018 Camry turns things around with its newfound avatar. True-blue petrolheads would truly have a blast in it, now that Toyota has improved the driving dynamics of the car. The 2018 Toyota Camry competes directly with the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, and the Mazda 6 in the highly competitive midsize segment.