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 High efficiency from four-chamber motor 


A lot of lodge and cargo space 


Great seats, steering and visibility make it easy to drive 


Comprehensive suite of driver safety aids comes standard 


Cons 


What's going on 


The Toyota Camry is a midsize family sedan that slots between Toyota's smaller Corolla and the bigger, more luxurious Avalon. This latest Camry age came out for the 2018 model year. From multiple points of view, it's the safe decision in this class, and numerous shoppers are attracted to Toyota's standing for unwavering quality. 


For 2021, the Camry gets some minor styling updates inside and out. Toyota has restyled the front guard and grille, and there's a recently discretionary 9-inch touchscreen display that is positioned higher on the dash than the standard 7-inch screen. We're pleased with the changes, however they're eventually not exactly enough to lift the Camry past higher-positioned sedans such as the Kia K5, Honda Accord and Mazda 6. Check our Master Rating for our top to bottom interpretation of the 2021 Camry. 


What's it like to live with? 


We purchased a 2018 Camry in the sporty SE trim and tested it for over a year. To realize what it resembled to live with, read our drawn out test, where we covered everything from seat solace to efficiency. Note that the 2021 Camry differs slightly from that 2018 model, which didn't have Apple CarPlay or Android Auto smartphone joining, however our inclusion is otherwise appropriate. 


Which Camry does Edmunds suggest? 


There's no shortage of Camrys to choose from. We suggest going with the XSE because of its abundance of standard features, alluring styling touches and its sport-tuned (yet still agreeable) suspension. Deciding on the XSE gets you desirable gear such as standard vulnerable side observing with back cross-traffic alarm and calfskin upholstery. It also opens up pleasant to-have options including a panoramic sunroof and warmed seats. 


Toyota Camry models 


The 2021 Toyota Camry is a midsize sedan accessible in six trim levels: LE, SE, SE Nightshade, XSE, XLE and TRD. A four-chamber and an accessible V6 motor are advertised. You can also get all-wheel drive with the four-chamber. Standard component highlights include: 


LE 


Starts you off with: 


203-horsepower four-chamber motor 


Eight-speed programmed transmission 


17-inch wheels 


Force adjustable driver's seat 


7-inch infotainment touchscreen 


60/40-split collapsing back seats 


Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Amazon Alexa similarity 


All Camrys also come standard with a suite of driver aids that include: 


Forward collision relief (warns you of a looming collision and applies the brakes in specific scenarios) 


Path keeping assist (steers the Camry back into its path on the off chance that it begins to float over the path marker) 


Versatile cruise control (maintains a driver-set distance between the Camry and the car in front) 


Programmed high-pillar headlights 


Street sign acknowledgment 


SE 


Adds sporty touches and additional features, such as: 


Novel outside trim 


18-inch wheels 


Simulated cowhide upholstery 


Cowhide wrapped steering wheel with paddle shifters 


Sport-tuned suspension 


Programmed environment control 


SE Nightshade 


Includes a stealthy look, adding: 


Distinctive 18-inch wheels 


Dark outside trim 


Trunk-mounted spoiler 


XLE 


Adds more upscale features to the LE, such as: 


Max throttle versatile cruise control (adjusts speed to keep a constant distance between the vehicle and the car in front, down to a stop) 


Vulnerable side screen (alerts you if a vehicle in the following path over is in your vulnerable side) 


Driven headlights 


Chrome outside trim 


Keyless passage and start 


Cowhide upholstery 


Force adjustable front passenger seat 


Updated driver data display 


9-inch data touchscreen 


Wireless charging cushion 


Double zone environment control 


XSE 


Similar to the XLE however adds a more sporty look and feel with: 


206 hp for the four-chamber motor 


Sport-tuned suspension 


19-inch wheels 


Gloss dark grille 


Double exhaust 


Metallic inside trim 


TRD 


The most athletic of Camrys, with: 


301-hp V6 motor 


Dark painted outside mirrors and outside trim 


Special 19-inch wheels 


Streamlined body trim 


TRD-specific simulated calfskin upholstery and red seat belts 


Sport exhaust 


Special sport-tuned suspension 


Some features on the XLE and XLE are accessible on the LE and SE as options. Toyota also offers the 301-hp V6 motor as a possibility for the XSE and XLE trims. Other outstanding discretionary features include: 


Driver Assist bundle 


360-degree camera system (gives you a top-down perspective on the Camry and its surroundings for restricted stopping situations) 


Head-up display (standard with V6) 


Back programmed slowing down (brakes if sensors recognize an approaching collision with an article behind the vehicle) 


Ventilated front seats 


Chilly climate bundle (warmed front seats, warmed mirrors, warmed steering wheel) 


Coordinated route system with nine-speaker JBL sound system 


Panoramic sunroof (standard with the V6) 


Execution tires (TRD as it were)

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