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News 2021 Toyota Camry Gets Upgrades And A Price Drop

2021 Toyota Camry Gets Upgrades And A Price Drop

The popular Toyota Camry get more kit, visual updates, and competitive pricing for 2021


  • 2021 Camry Hybrid is $760 lower than the 2020 model year.

  • Base Camry LE starts at $27,250 in Canada.

  • There are 20 Camry models over four powertrain configurations.


The Toyota Camry is to midsize sedans what the Prius is to hybrids. Mind you, the Camry Hybrid also happens to be quite popular which is why Toyota’s revised its pricing. Toyota Canada’s also packed all versions with more technology including the Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) 2.5+.

Toyota brings up the fact that many other manufacturers have given up on the sedan while they’ve only improved on the immensely successful Camry. The base price for the LE is of $27,250 and it includes an impressive list of features. TSS 2.5+ boasts steering assist, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist and Road Edge Detection, Automatic High Beams, Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian and Bicycle Detection, Lane Tracing Assist, and Dynamic Radar Cruise Control. Infotainment features include Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and loads more.

The 2021 Toyota Camry LE AWD ($30,590) is the most affordable version that adds all-wheel drive. The luxurious Camry XLE ($36,850) includes 18-inch wheels, Connected Services by Toyota, navigation, a moon roof, heated steering wheel, 8-way power passenger’s seat, leather, and much more. The XLE AWD retails for an extra $1,800. The $41,990 XLE V6 provides 301 horsepower, head’s up display, and plenty more luxury features.

2021 Toyota Camry XSE Hybrid | Photo: Toyota

Those interested in extra road presence will be delighted by the SE which, at $29,250, includes more aggressive front and rear clips, 17-inch wheels, leatherette seats, and more. The SE AWD retails for $31,050. Both trims can be upgraded with the Upgrade package that includes a 9-inch display, Connected Services by Toyota, moon roof, and more for $2,800. The XSE builds on the Upgrade with 19-inch wheels, leather, and dynamic radar cruise control.

The ultra-cool 2021 Toyota Camry TRD V6 ($36,540) includes numerous TRD bits such as an exhaust system, 19-inch wheels, a body kit, spoilers, and a specially tuned sport suspension.

The 2021 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE is priced from $30,790 ($760 less than the 2020 model) features 17-inch wheels, heated front seats, keyless entry with trunk release, the Toyota Smart Key System with Push Button Start, and full-speed dynamic radar cruise control. The XLE ($39,690) throws in leather, 18-inch wheels, heated steering wheel, JBL audio, 9-inch display, and much much more.

2021 Toyota Camry XSE Hybrid | Photo: Toyota

Toyota proves once again that a hybrid need not be boring with the sporty $34,050 SE (18-inch wheels, more aggressive front and rear clips, and a host of other features) and the all-new for 2021 $37,390 XSE (19-inch wheels, leather seating, more).

In all, there are 20 different 2021 Toyota Camry models to select from and they are on sale now.

2021 Toyota Camry XSE Hybrid | Photo: Toyota

2021 Toyota Camry XSE Hybrid | Photo: Toyota

2021 Toyota Camry XSE Hybrid | Photo: Toyota

2021 Toyota Camry XSE Hybrid | Photo: Toyota

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