For 2025, the Camry is exclusively equipped with a hybrid powertrain.
Buyers can choose between front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive.
Its arrival on the market is scheduled for spring 2024.
2025 will see the arrival of the ninth-generation Toyota Camry. It was presented at the same time as the Toyota Crown Signia.
What are the features of the Toyota Camry 2025?
As you can see from the photos, the Toyota Camry 2025 represents an evolution from the outgoing model, with a more modern look.
Toyota claims to have reworked the suspension in particular.
On board, it comes with an 8-inch touch screen. A 12.3-inch screen is also available. Under the driver’s eye is a 7-inch instrument cluster. Its format increases to 12.3 inches when you upgrade to an XLE or XSE version.
As standard, the new iteration of the Camry is equipped with Toyota Safety Sense 3.0, which includes pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, dynamic radar cruise control with full speed range, lane departure warning with steering assistance, lane keeping assist, traffic sign recognition, automatic high beam, proactive driving assistance.
XLE and XSE versions also receive the following features: Traffic Jam Assist, Front Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Change Assist, Panorama View Monitor and Front and Rear Park Assist with automatic braking.
What engines are available with the Toyota Camry 2025?
In terms of powertrains, Toyota is adopting a new strategy by eliminating four-cylinder and V6 engines. Instead, the automaker has opted for a hybrid powertrain for the entire range. This is a four-cylinder, 2.5-liter naturally-aspirated engine. It is married to two electric motors. Power is rated at 225 hp with front-wheel drive. This rises to 232 hp with four-wheel drive. Fuel consumption figures have not yet been released.
When will it hit the market?
The 2025 Toyota Camry is expected to arrive in Canadian dealerships in the spring of 2024.
How much will it cost?
Toyota has yet to reveal the official price range for the 2025 Camry. For information, the 2024 Toyota Hybrid LE starts at $35,571.50. The price rises to $44,371.50 for an XLE version. Thus, we estimate that the 2025 Toyota Camry’s price range should oscillate between $37,000 and $46,000.
What do we think of the Toyota Camry 2025?
With 2,268 units sold in Quebec in 2022, the Toyota Camry is by far the most popular mid-size sedan. Over the years, it has built a solid reputation for reliability. With the arrival of the new generation of the model, Toyota is reducing its range of powertrains and concentrating exclusively on hybrids. Although the manufacturer has already adopted this strategy with other models, it remains a bold move with a vehicle of such importance to the brand. On the other hand, Toyota has developed expertise and a reputation for hybrid technology over the last twenty-five years.
The Toyota Camry represented a sure bet in the mid-size sedan segment. In the light of the information provided by Toyota, we are convinced that it will continue to be so with the arrival of this ninth generation of the product.