2023 Toyota Camry

Starting MSRP 

$27,485

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Key Spec of 2023 Toyota Camry
fuel economy

28/32/28

fuel type

Regular Unleaded

horsepower

203 hp @ 6600 rpm

basic warranty

-

ProsConsWhat's New

Comfortable and roomy interiors

Less isolated interiors

Nightshade special edition

Value for money

Quality of the base model interior not up to the mark

Potent engine option available

Base engine lacks the punch

Long-term reliability

Numerous driver assistance features as standard

2023 Toyota Camry Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: October 15, 2022

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The 2023 Toyota Camry remains majorly unchanged but adds some aesthetic and driver-assistance features. The 2023 Toyota SE Nightshade offers 19-inch matt bronze wheels along with black headlights and taillight design. Also, a new Reservoir Blue exterior color is available with the Nightshade Edition. Toyota also adds automatic high beams and a forward facing camera for road signs detection. The 2023 Toyota Camry price starts at $25,945 and additional $1,095 is levied as destination charge. Compared to the previous model year, the Camry 2023 receives a $100 price hike. 

Featuring a 6-trim lineup of LE, SE, SE Nightshade Edition, XLE, XSE and TRD, the 2023 Toyota Camry MSRP can be an expense of $27,040-$34,105 this season. Having said that, it simply translates to the fact that the range-leader 2023 Toyota Camry TRD will cost you $7,065 more than the base Camry LE for enhanced specs and assets.

Model

Invoice Price

MSRP

LE

$24,834 $27,040

SE

$26,106

$28,580

SE Nightshade Edition $27,016 $29,580
XLE $29,027 $31,790
XSE $29,528 $32,340
TRD $31,134 $34,105

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2023 Toyota Camry For Sale

The 2023 Toyota Camry LE can be leased for a term of 36 months and $309 per month with $2,999 due at signing. The mileage is limited to 12,000 miles per year. The same model can be financed for a term of 48 months for as low as 2.49% APR with $549/month along with $500 military rebate for qualified U.S military personnel. 


For budget-oriented buyers, the used 2022 Toyota Camry can be availed of with a base price of $11,950. Going for older model years like the 2021 Toyota Camry could be a matter of $13,950 and Toyota Camry 2020 can cost as much as $11,950 along with a listing of up to 23,754 in total.

Model Year

Starting Inventory Price

No. Of Listings

2022 Toyota Camry (Check Now!) $23,700 1371

2021 Toyota Camry

$13,950 3203
2020 Toyota Camry $11,950 4043
2019 Toyota Camry $9,950 3867
2018 Toyota Camry $12,000 3108
2017 Toyota Camry $9,785 1725
2016 Toyota Camry $8,500 1229
2015 Toyota Camry $2,999 1106
2014 Toyota Camry $4,499 1243
2013 Toyota Camry $6,300 707
2012 Toyota Camry $3,490 1206
2011 Toyota Camry $2,299 946

We Recommend 

Looking at the pricing and specifications, we would suggest buying the standard 2023 Toyota Camry XSE trim with 2.5-liter engine and front wheel drive. 


The standard 2023 Camry comes with a 2.5-liter engine with 203 horsepower. The optional V6 engine offers 301 hp. The 2023 Camry configurations are pretty decent for the price. The base 2.5-liter engine delivers a gas mileage of 32 mpg (combined), while the V6 engine offers 25 mpg (combined). The 2023 Toyota Camry Hybrid price starts at $28,080 and it delivers up to 52 mpg (combined). The 2023 Toyota Camry interior boasts good ergonomics along with a cargo space of 15.1 cubic feet. Toyota's midsize sedan offers higher power output than the Honda Accord, better driving range than the Hyundai Sonata and better rear seat legroom than the Nissan Altima




Over All Rating

0.0

Out of 10

Notable Rankings

#2 in Midsize Sedan

#5 in Sedan


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Trims

SE$27,485 onwards
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2023 Toyota Camry Sedan

SE FWD

Dealer Price
$27,095
Est. $367/mo
Excellent deal
$4,009 Below market
RMV: $31,104
Bountiful, UT
MSRP $29,033
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2023 Toyota Camry Sedan

SE Nightshade FWD

Dealer Price
$28,423
Est. $385/mo
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$4,182 Below market
RMV: $32,605
Nottingham, MD
MSRP $30,033
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2023 Toyota Camry Sedan

SE Nightshade FWD

Dealer Price
$28,423
Est. $385/mo
Excellent deal
$4,182 Below market
RMV: $32,605
Nottingham, MD
MSRP $30,033
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2022 Toyota Camry SE

SE 4dr Sedan AWD (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

Dealer Price
$27,731
Est. $376/mo
Excellent deal
$3,989 Below market
RMV: $31,720
Nottingham, MD
MSRP $29,848
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2023 Toyota Camry Sedan

SE Nightshade FWD

Dealer Price
$28,482
Est. $386/mo
Excellent deal
$4,123 Below market
RMV: $32,605
Nottingham, MD
MSRP $30,108
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2023 Toyota Camry Sedan

XSE FWD

Dealer Price
$31,496
Est. $427/mo
Excellent deal
$4,476 Below market
RMV: $35,972
Macon, GA
MSRP $33,854
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2022 Toyota Camry SE

SE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

Dealer Price
$26,745
Est. $363/mo
Excellent deal
$3,698 Below market
RMV: $30,443
Nottingham, MD
MSRP $28,769
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2022 Toyota Camry SE

SE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

Dealer Price
$26,788
Est. $363/mo
Excellent deal
$3,655 Below market
RMV: $30,443
Nottingham, MD
MSRP $28,823
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2022 Toyota Camry SE

SE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

Dealer Price
$26,788
Est. $363/mo
Excellent deal
$3,655 Below market
RMV: $30,443
Nottingham, MD
MSRP $28,823
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Colors and Styles

Build Car
Celestial Silver Metallic

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

We expect the price and engine configurations to remain the same as compared to the older 2022 model. There will be two engine configurations a 2.5 liter inline 4 engine and a V6 engine. The base trim is expected to start off at an MSRP of $25,845 for the front-wheel drivetrain option. The top-end trim with V6 FWD will be priced at $36,270.It will compete against the usual Japanese rivals and the Korean sibling in its segment, the Honda Accord, the Nissan Altima, and the Hyundai Sonata


Features

The 2023 Camry is expected to come in 8 trims with the starting five trims offering a 2.5L engine in either FWD or AWD drivetrain option and the top three trims equipped with a 3.5L V6 engine in FWD drivetrain only. The most basic trim you can get is the Camry LE 2.5L FWD, which with no additional package starts at an MSRP of $25,845. The base trim has a host of safety and interior features as standard, making it an appealing option for people who are looking for a decent car to drive around and don’t want to spend too much money. For more enthusiastic drivers, a fully jammed-out Camry with the V6 will set you back by $39,715. 

Trim

LE

SE

SE Nightshade

XLE

XSE

MSRP (FWD)

$ 25,845

$27,385

$28,085

$30,595

$31,145

MSRP (AWD)

$27,245

 

$28,785

 

$29,485

31,995

$32,545

MSRP (V6)

N/A

N/A

N/A

$35,720

$36,270

Key Features

3 Driving modes

Adds to the previous LE trim

Adds to the previous SE trim

Adds to the previous SE Nightshade trim

Adds to the previous XLE trim

 

Fabric trim seats 8-way power adjustable

18inch black machine-finished alloys

18-inch black painted alloys

Audio plus with 9inch screen and 6 speaker setup

19inch gloss black alloys

 

TPMS

Black Front Grille With Sport Mesh Insert 

Black painted shark fin antennas

7inch TFT MID

LED headlight with black accents

 

Dual-zone Automatic climate control

Single exhaust with dual chrome tips

Black Painted rear Spoiler

Wireless charging

Gloss black front grille

 

17inch alloy

Color-keyed rear spoiler

Smart key system

Blind spot monitor

Dual Exhaust with quad chrome tips

 

Dark grey front grille

Color-keyed heated side mirror

4 driving mode

Reverse camera with dynamic gridlines

Patterned metal interior trim

 

Single exhaust

Sports tuned suspension

 

18-inch dark grey machine finished alloys

 
 

Linear Dark interior trim

   

Headlight with auto on/off feature

 
 

Safety sense 2.5+

   

Tailight with black accents

 
 

Integrated backup camera

   

Wood inlay interior trim

 
 

Audio with 7- inch touch screen

   

Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control With Rear Seat Vents

 
 

4.2 Inch TFT MID

       

We Recommend

The number of trims on offer on the Camry is 8, 5 of which have two drivetrain options making up a total of 13 variations available for the sedan. We would recommend our readers to decide on a budget and look for the variant that is available in the budget. According to us, the XSE FWD variant would be the optimal choice in this segment as it offers a decent list of features and since it is equipped with a smaller engine, it will offer good fuel economy also.

Release Date

We expect the 2023 Toyota Camry to launch towards the end of 2022 at a similar price as the 2022 models.

Engine and Performance

The 2023 Toyota Camry comes equipped with two different engines, a 2.5L four-cylinder engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and a 3.5L V6 engine which offers less fuel economy yet more power. FWD is standard in both variants, but AWD is available as an option in certain trims for consumers who want a more responsive drive. The 2.5L Camry produces the best in class 203 horsepower and a torque of 184 lb.-ft. It can do a 0-60 in 7.3 seconds and a quarter-mile run in 15.6 seconds. The more potent V6 engine produces a horsepower of 301 and a torque of 267 lb-ft @ 4700 rpm. The 0-60 mark is achieved in 5.1 seconds and the quarter-mile mark in 14.2 seconds.

Model

2023 Toyota Camry 

2022 Honda Accord

2022 Nissan Altima

2022 Hyundai Sonata

MSRP

$25,845

$25,000

$24,450 

$24,150

Engine

2.5L Inline-4

1.5L Turbocharged Inline-4

2.5L Inline-4

2.5L Inline-4

Drivetrain

FWD

RWD

AWD

FWD

Transmission

8-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

Power (hp)

203 hp @ 6,600 rpm

192 hp @ 5,500 RPM

188 hp @ 6,100 RPM

191 hp @ 6,100 RPM

Torque (lb.-ft)

184 lb.-ft. @ 5,000 rpm

192 lb-ft @ 1,600 RPM

180 lb-ft @ 4,000 RPM

181 lb-ft. @ 4,000 RPM

0-60 MPH (seconds)

7.3 seconds

6.6 seconds

7.7 seconds

7.7 seconds

Quarter-mile (seconds)

15.6 seconds

15.1 seconds

16 seconds

15.8 seconds

Top Speed (MPH)

120 MPH

 

115 MPH

115 MPH

120 MPH

Overall in our performance comparison we don't expect much will change with regards to performance on the 2023 Camry. We expect it to still hold the pole position of better power with 203 Horsepower and the top speed of 120 MPH but falling behind the Honda Accord in terms of torque with 92 lb-ft @ 1,600 RPM and a quicker 0-60 acceleration time of 6.6 seconds and the quarter-mile time of 15.1 seconds.

2023 Toyota Camry Ride and Handling

The electric power-assisted steering of the 2023 Toyota Camry is light when navigating in tight spaces, but weighted when going through sharp corners. The Independent MacPherson strut front suspension with stabilizer bar ensures smooth ride quality. It can feel a bit stiff though. While it was not tuned for aggressive driving, it can easily handle your everyday drive. The higher trims get a more sporty tune out of the same suspensions, which might be a little more equipped for high speed turns. The Toyota Camry is offered in both AWD and FWD drivetrains. The AWD drivetrain offers good grip in rainy and snowy weather conditions ensuring greater control over the car.

2023 Toyota Camry Braking Performance

The braking performance of the Toyota Camry is quite good. The brake pedals feel responsive and we expect it to be good as usual. The Camry is equipped with a 12-inch rotor at the front and an 11.1-inch rotor at the rear, which provides ample stopping power. The car weighs on the heavier side compared to its competition at a curb weight of 3310 lbs.

Model

2023 Toyota Camry

2022 Honda Accord

2022 Nissan Altima

2022 Hyundai Sonata

Brake Rotors (front) (in)

12

12.3

11.7

12

Brake Rotors (rear) (in)

11.1

11.1

11

11.2

Curb Weight (lbs)

3310

3,131

3,207

3,120

60-0 (-ft)

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

The Honda Accord with its 12.3-inch front and 11.1-inch rear rotors has the better braking performance as the curb weight and the size of the rotors at least on paper mean better braking capabilities according to us. Followed by the Sonata with its 12 and 11.3-inch rotors, Camry with its 12 and 11.1-inch rotors, and the Altima with 11.7inch and 11-inch rotors. We would like to emphasize that all cars in this segment have good comparable braking abilities.

Fuel Economy

The Inline 4 engine on the base trim even though offers less performance is more focused to deliver a more fuel efficient drive. The Camry has a decent size fuel tank with a capacity of 15.8 gallons. The car also performs well in real-world MPG figures also. The smaller engine is much more efficient providing an 28 MPG in city and 39 MPG on the highway, and giving a combined figure of 32 MPG, which isn’t bad compared to the competition. It offers a range a maximum range of 616 miles on the highway. The V6 engine offers slightly less fuel efficiency than its inline 4 counterpart. The V6 engine returns a combined fuel economy of 22 in the city, 32 on th highway, and a combined figure of 26 MPG. The range on the V6 engine drops to 348 miles in the city, 506 miles on the highway, and a combined range of 411miles.

Model

2023 Toyota Camry

2022 Honda Accord

2022 Nissan Altima

2022 Hyundai Sonata

MPG (city)

28

30

28

28

MPG (highway)

39

38

39

38

MPG (combined)

32

33

32

32

Fuel capacity (gallons)

15.8 gallons

14.8 gallons

16.2 gallons

14.8 gallons

Range (City, highway, combined, in miles)

442/616/506

444/562/488

454/632/518

414/562/474

Our comparison has led us to believe that the Honda Accord provides the best fuel economy in the city at 30 MPG and a combined MPG of 33, but lacks behind on the fuel capacity with a smaller tank of 14.8 gallons. The second spot on our comparison is shared by the Nissan Altima and the Camry followed by the Sonata at the last position with a combined MPG of 32.

Interior

The XLE and XSE variants offer the best interiors loaded with rich convenience features. The top trims are available with perforated leather trim heated seats whereas the base model uses a mixture of polyester seats. The base model makes use of soft-touch single-colored plastic materials and going toward the top trims you can find a better quality of materials and wooden inlay designs. Overall, the interior feels spacious and comfortable but we have noticed that the interior cabin’s noise isolation has been the worst among its competitors with road noise and engine sound seeping into the cabin.

Model

2023 Toyota Camry

2022 Honda Accord

2022 Nissan Altima

2022 Hyundai Sonata

Passenger Capacity

5

5

5

5

First Row (Head/shoulder/legroom)

38.3/57.7/42.1

39.5/58.3/42.3

39.2/58.2/43.8

40.0/57.9/46.1

Second Row (Head/shoulder/legroom)

38.0/55.7/38.0

37.3/56.5/40.4

36.9/57.1/35.2

38.4/56.1/34.8

Cargo Capacity to the second row(cu.-ft)

15.1

16.7

15.4

16.0

All car can seat five passengers comfortably. The Hyundai Sonata offers spacious front seats compared to its competitors followed by the Accord, the Altima, and the Camry. Coming to rear seats the Accord offers better space followed by the Camry, the Altima, and the Sonata. In terms of cargo space, the Camry has the least trunk space with 15.1 cubic feet, The Accord has close to 1.6 cubic feet more making it the one with the best boot space in the segment.

Some of the key interior features available with the 2023 Camry includes

  • Power windows on all doors
  • Foot pedal parking brake
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control with air filter
  • 4.2-inch Multi-information display
  • 60/40 split fold-down rear seat 
  • Rear A/C vents

How intuitive is the 2023 Toyota Camry infotainment system?

The Entune 3 infotainment system will be offered on the 2023 Camry. It is one of the best and most refined infotainment systems available for this price and is sure to add charm to the experience of driving in your Camry. The infotainment system is an easy-to-use platform with most of the standard features available. The standard 6-speaker audio system offers decent low-end but starts distorting in higher frequencies.

Some of the most notable infotainment features available are 

  • Bluetooth Connectivity
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Floating Screen
  • 6 speaker setup
  • Improved Navigation
  • OTA updates
Exterior

In terms of the exterior design, the Camry has an individualistic and aggressive fascia. The front grille and the LED headlight unit flowing out from the grille adds elegance to the car. The base model also has a sleek and sportier design but the XSE V6 trim stands out with its 19inch wheels and LED headlight with black accents which give it a more streamlined look than the base trim. The Camry has a total length of 192.1 inches, a width of 72.4 inches, and a height of 56.9 inches. The curb weight of the Camry is 3310 lbs making it the heaviest in our comparison.

Model

2023 Toyota Camry

2022 Honda Accord

2022 Nissan Altima

2022 Hyundai Sonata

Curb Weight (lbs)

3310

3,131

3,207

3,120

Length (in.)

192.1

192.2

192.9

192.9

Width (in.)

72.4

73.3

72.9

73.2

Height (in.)

56.9

57.1

56.7

56.9

Ground Clearance (in.)

5.7

5.5

4.9

5.3

Wheelbase (in.)

111.2

111.4

111.2

111.8

The exterior dimension of all the car in this segment is quite similar to each other, In terms of the length, the Nissan Altima and the Hyundai Sonata are the lengthier ones with 192.9 inches. If you compare the width the Accord is the wider one followed by the Sonata, Altima, and Camry. The Camry has the most ground clearance at 5.7 inches followed by the Accord, the Sonata, and the Altima.

Some standout exterior features include:

  • 17inch Alloy
  • Standard Bi-LED combination DRL headlights
  • Rear Led Lights
  • Body-colored door handles
  • Dark grey front grille
  • Color-keyed power outside mirror
Safety

The 2023 Camry has a host of safety features as standard which makes it slightly better in comparison with its competitors. The list of safety features on the base trim is itself highly commendable. The NHTSA crash test rating has rated the Camry as one of the safest cars ever built. The Camry has secured 5 stars in all categories of crash tests and has a remarkable safety record. These ratings will continue over to the 2023 models as well. We could say that in terms of the NHTSA ratings if we are asked to pick a winner we would pick the Honda Accord as the Accord received a rollover risk of 9.3% compared to the rollover risk of 9.9% for the Camry. This aspect is quite insignificant.

Other standout safety features for the standard package include

  • Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+
  • Star Safety System
  • Ten airbags
  • Side-impact door beams
  • Front and rear energy-absorbing crumple zones
  • Hill Start Assist Control
  • Automatic engine shut off
Competition

2023 Toyota Camry vs 2022 Honda Accord

The competition between Honda and the Toyota could leave any car enthusiast confused, especially when it comes to these two models. End of the day it boils down to each individual's brand loyalty. Both the cars are highly competitive, both have been in the market for a long time trading blows with each other every year. The crown for the best midsize sedan in the segment has been changing hands between these two Japanese models for quite some time. The Accord fairs better in terms of performance, fuel economy, interior space, and cargo. This shouldn’t be mistaken as these are only by very few numbers and values, which we feel is insignificant. We would recommend the Camry over the Accord since it offers better reliability.

2023 Toyota Camry vs 2022 Nissan Altima

The Nissan has been trying very hard to steal the position of the Camry and the Accord. The 2022 Altima is also a good family car and scores well in our comparison but falls behind in largely all aspects against the Camry except for affordability by a few dollars. Hence, we would recommend the 2023 Camry over the 2022 Nissan Altima.

2023 Toyota Camry vs 2022 Hyundai Sonata

We observe the case to be the same with the 2022 Hyundai Sonata. The Korean manufacturer seems lagging behind the Toyota Camry largely in all aspects be it performance, fuel economy, or safety. Hyundai performs well in minor areas which we feel are insignificant. For example, the boot space on the Sonata is better than Camry by a few cubic feet. Apart from these minor areas, the 2023 Camry is the clear winner against the 2022 Hyundai Sonata.

Final Verdict

The new Toyota Camry is perfect for those looking for an affordable, family-sized sedan with a comfortable, easy-to-live-with driving experience. It's roomy and spacious, thanks to a design that maximizes the feeling of airiness and visibility. And, with a wide range of engine choices and interior features available, there's one for every budget. On top of this, the reliability offered by Toyota vehicles is unmatched and they have been known to run for ages. We also feel this will be the last model of this design generation hence we would suggest the older owners who wish to upgrade to wait a year more as we expect a redesigned model in 2024. The Honda Accord puts up with the Camry neck to neck. Both have a highly competitive performance, features set, safety, etc. Our recommendation would be the Camry taking into consideration the long-term reliability of the Toyota over the Honda.

Features

vehicle bio
base price

$27485

body style

dr Sedan

engine type
displacement

152 cu in

horse power

203 hp @ 6600 rpm

torque

184 lb.-ft. @ 5000 rpm

transmission

8-Speed Automatic

dimensions
length

192.7 in

wheelbase

111.2 in

width

72.4 in

curb weight

3340 lbs

Height

56.9 in

Ground Clearance

5.7 lbs

capacity
passenger volume

100.4 cu ft

passenger capacity

5 Seats

fuel economy
city/combined/highway

28/32/28 mpg

highway range

616.20 mi


Toyota Camry 5 year Cost To Own


Cash Price(MSRP)
$27,961
5 Year Cost To Own
$40,468
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $40,468
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Depreciation$6,302$1,550$1,456$1,741$1,655$12,704
Insurance$1,302$1,402$1,407$1,436$1,521$7,068
Fuel$1,528$1,573$1,616$1,663$1,671$8,051
Maintenance$80$556$528$1,087$1,568$3,819
Repairs$-2$27$79$220$402$726
Financing Interest$1,708$1,414$1,003$616$188$4,929
Taxes and Fees$2,376$224$225$157$189$3,171
Total Cost-To-Own$13,294$6,746$6,314$6,920$7,194$40,468
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FAQs

What's new with the 2023 Toyota Camry?

Toyota offers enhanced driver-assist features like automatic high beams and road sign identification. The Nightshade Package adds 19-inch Bronze wheels.

When will be the 2023 Toyota Camry released?

The Toyota Camry 2023 is released and available to build on the official website.

What is the price of the 2023 Toyota Camry?

The 2023 Toyota Camry price starts at an msrp of $25,945 and goes up to $36,370 for the top-tier XSE V6 trim.

Is the 2023 Toyota Camry worth waiting for?

Yes, the 2023 Camry ticks most of the right boxes and is a capable option in the sedan segment.

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