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2022 Toyota Camry Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: May 15, 2021

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Toyota Camry is a perfect midsize sedan for a family, thanks to its big trunk, ample interior space, a frugal four-cylinder engine, and available all-wheel-drive. The 2022 Camry is most likely to be released for sale in the fall of 2021 as a carry-over model. The Toyota Camry was last redesigned in 2018 and again touched up with a few cosmetic and configuration changes in 2021. With a mild redesign, Toyota offers two engines: a four-cylinder or an optional V6 and plenty of safety features.

In terms of reliability and safety, the new Camry boasts above-average ratings in the midsize class. A hulking V6 and an all-wheel-drive setup are options that most midsize sedans don't offer, or not on all levels. So in that sense, the Camry has managed to rank higher in the competition that includes the Honda Accord and Nissan Altima. Prices for the 2022 Camry are expected to be similar to the 2021 model which starts at an MSRP of $24,970. Read our expert review to know more.

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Pros

Segment-leading fuel-efficiency from the four-cylinder engine

Multiple engine option choice - 4-cylinder, V6, or Hybrid

Comprehensive suite of safety and driver-assistance features come standard

AWD available across the range

Cons

NVH not so good at highway speed

2.5L motor offers lethargic acceleration

What's New?

Carryover model


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$24970

bodystyle

4dr Sedan

warranty

roadside assistance

No


Pictures

exterior
interior

Trims

Base $24,970 Est. onwards

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Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide


"The automotive equivalent of a balanced breakfast, the Toyota Camry provides the basic, with a few options for flair." -Edmunds.Com

The Camry's four-cylinder engine, however, is a bit underwhelming. Despite some sporty styling, especially from the TRD model, the midsize sedan isn't as swift or engaging to drive as some of its rivals. The pricing of the 2022 Camry is going to be close to what was of the 2021 model, which started at $24,970. Ingredients such as a big boot, class-leading reliability, and best fuel economy numbers have so far been the secret sauce of success for Toyota Camry midsize sedan over the years, and the 2022 version won’t be any different either.

2022 Toyota Camry Front View
2022 Toyota Camry Rear View

2022 Toyota Camry Pricing and Features

The 2021 Toyota Camry came with five trim levels -  LESE, SE Nightshade, XLE, and XSE - in 13 different configurations. There was a slight change in the 2021 Camry's trim lineup as the base L model, which used to come for $24,425, was discontinued for 2021. The midsize sedan offers two engine options across the range - a base 2.5L inline-4 and a more powerful 3.5L V6 engine and all trims get FWD as standard.

Trims

LE

SE

SE Nightshade

XLE

XSE

MSRP (FWD/I4) (Estd.)

$24,970

$26,485

$27,185

$29,870

$30,420

MSRP (AWD/I4) (Estd.) $26,370 $27,885 $28,585 $34,995 $35,545
MSRP (AWD/V6) (Estd.) N/A N/A N/A $34,995 $35,545

Features

17” alloy wheels

Adds or upgrades from “LE”

Adds or upgrades from “SE”

Adds or upgrades from “SE Nightshade”

Adds or upgrades from “XLE”

 

7” touchscreen with six speakers

18” black machined alloy wheels

18” black alloy wheels

18” dark grey finished machined alloy wheels

19” gloss black alloy wheels

 

Auto on/off headlights

Sports tuned suspension

Black mirror cap, door handles, window trims, and badging

9” touchscreen with six speakers

Dual exhausts with quad chrome tips

 

Power windows

Automatic climate control

 

Blind spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert

Available ventilated front seats

 

TPMS

   

Smart key with push-button start

 
 

Rearview camera

   

Leather-trimmed and heated front seats

 
       

Wireless smartphone charging

 

However, Toyota offered the option of an AWD drivetrain on all trims as well. Many safety and driver-assistance features like forward-collision warning, automated emergency braking, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assist, and adaptive cruise control come as standard too. For the 2022 Toyota Camry, we expect most of the mechanicals to be carried over with few features shifting here and there in the trim levels.


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2022 Toyota Camry Buying Advice

If you are looking for your Toyota Camry to be equipped with a V6 engine and leather upholstery, you will have to move to XLE. It too comes with an eight-speed automatic transmission as standard but you can add all-weather capability with optional all-wheel drive.

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2022 Toyota Camry Engine and Performance

"Expect the 2022 Camry to stick with its 2021 lineup of engines." - MotorTrend.Com

Under the hood, the Camry is expected to get two engine choices. The standard choice is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine putting out 203 horsepower of power and 184 pound-feet of torque. Also available is a rare-for-the-segment V6. This 3.5 liters V6 oil burner puts out an output of 301 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque.

Both engines are mated with 8-speed automatic transmission. We expect an all-wheel-drive option will continue with the base engine for the 2022 Toyota Camry. Compared to its rivals, this Toyota doesn’t offer the best performance and for the 2022 version, we are sure that the 7.6 seconds 0-60 mph acceleration time will remain unchanged.

Models

2022 Toyota Camry

2021 Honda Accord

2021 Nissan Altima

MSRP

$24,970 (Estd.)

$24,020

$24,100

Engine

2.5L Naturally Aspirated Inline-4

1.5L Turbocharged Inline-4

2.5L Naturally Aspirated Inline-4

Drivetrain

FWD

FWD

FWD

Transmission

8-Speed Automatic

CVT

CVT

Horsepower

203 hp @ 6,600 RPM

192 hp @ 5,500 RPM

188 hp @ 6,100 RPM

Torque

184 lb-ft @ 5,000 RPM

192 lb-ft @ 1,600 RPM

180 lb-ft @ 4,000 RPM

0-60 MPH

7.6 sec

7.3 sec

7.7 sec

Quarter-Mile

15.7 sec

15.5 sec

16.0 sec

Top Speed

135 MPH

115 MPH

140 MPH

But the big surprise is the 3.5L V6 oil burner in the Camry, which can put all the cars in this comparison to shame by taking just 5.5 seconds to 60 mph from a standstill. The performance figures of the Honda Accord are noteworthy. It manages to pull decent figures of 192 hp and just as much torque even with a smaller displacement engine, thanks to its turbocharged witchcraft.


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2022 Toyota Camry Fuel Economy

If there is one thing that you can’t go wrong with the Camry in terms of ownership, it’s low fuel costs. It is one of the most fuel-efficient vehicles in its class, and hence provides great MPG figures. Considering that the 2022 version will come with similar mechanicals as the 2021 Camry, you can expect the exemplary figures to continue in the new generation. This mid-size sedan offers a mileage of 28 mpg in the city, 39 mpg on the highway, with a combined efficiency of 32 mpg.

Talking about the AWD Camry, the combined fuel economy drops by about three mpg. The trims like TRD, XLE, and  XSE, all of which come with the 3.5L naturally aspirated V6 motor, put out a lower combined gas mileage of 25 mpg, with 22 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway. However, if you opt for the Camry Hybrid, it returns an excellent combined mileage of 46 mpg.

Models

2021 Toyota Camry

2021 Honda Accord

2021 Nissan Altima

MPG (City)

28

30

28

MPG (Highway)

39

38

39

MPG (Combined)

32

33

32

Fuel Tank Capacity (Gallons)

15.8

14.8

16.2

Range (City/Highway/Combined) (mi.)

442/616/506

444/562/488

454/632/518

With a fuel tank capacity of 13.2 gallons, it manages to provide a combined cruising range of 607 miles. We don’t have the EPA estimates of the upcoming model but the 2021 Camry’s figures are far better than any of its competitors, which we hope will continue. Other than this, the Honda Accord’s turbocharged engine takes it close, and with the level of performance on offer, it sure is the only true rival of the Camry out there.


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2022 Toyota Camry Interior

"Four doors, a big trunk, and enough space for the family - it's everything the modern midsize sedan needs." -Edmunds.Com

Introduced in 2018, the current-generation Toyota Camry brought this sedan to its current sporty canvas. Inside, the midsize sedan features an elegant and sporty cabin. The floating center console is a bit polarising. The available bright interiors, imitation leather seats, and the wide use of soft-touch materials combine to give the Camry an upscale interior.

Every 2022 Camry is expected to come with Toyota’s typical no-nonsense instrumentation and a dashboard infotainment touchscreen, a great 9” touchscreen available on typically the XSE and the XLE and 7” on lower trims. It signed up with Apple CarPlay assistance as the normal gear on all trim levels.

Models

2022 Toyota Camry

2021 Honda Accord

2021 Nissan Altima

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

Front (Headroom/Shoulder room/Legroom) (in.)

38.3/57.7/42.1

39.5/58.3/42.3

39.2/58.2/43.8

Rear (Headroom/Shoulder room/Legroom) (in.)

38.0/55.7/38.0

37.3/56.5/40.4

36.9/57.1/35.2

Cargo Capacity (cu-ft.)

15.1

16.7

15.4

We will probably wait around for the approaching facelift to determine if Toyota makes the 9” touchscreen standard across the trim, particularly if employing the newest model of CarPlay included in Apple’s iOS 13 upgrade. A redo of Toyota’s significantly obsolete Entune infotainment program requires it to arrive even faster. The existing Entune is commonly slower to respond.

The notable features of the cabin are:

  • 7- or 9-in touchscreen with six speakers
  • Android Auto & Apple CarPlay compatible 
  • SiriusXM with 3-month All Access trial subscription
  • Available nine JBL speakers with subwoofer and amplifier
  • Qi-compatible wireless charging
  • Ambient interior lighting
  • Automatic climate control
  • 4.2-in. Multi-Information Display (MID) 
  • Available 10-in color Head-Up Display (HUD)

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2022 Toyota Camry Exterior

"After receiving a mild face-lift for the 2021 model year, the Camry is expected to soldier on mostly unchanged for 2022." -MotorTrend.Com

The Toyota Camry has received compliments for its dapper looks. Then, with the upgraded exteriors, which came with an LED headlights and neatly integrated LED DRLs along with blacked-out grille and elegant looking 19-inch alloy wheels for the higher trims like XSE, this mid-size sedan looks even more rounded than its yesteryear model.

Coming to the 2022 Camry, we believe that the exterior will feature a striking front fascia, pronounced cutouts, sweeping character lines, and upgraded lighting elements. The newer look from 2021 has helped it eschew the last of its bland styling, delivering a much more robust persona and the upcoming model will further up its game in the exterior styling department.

Models

2022 Toyota Camry

2021 Honda Accord

2021 Nissan Altima

Curb Weight (lbs.)

3575

3131

3207

Length (in.)

194.6

192.2

192.9

Width (in.)

73.1

73.3

72.9

Height (in.)

56.3

57.1

56.7

Ground Clearance (in.)

5.7

5.5

4.9

Wheelbase (in.)

111.2

111.4

111.2

Dimension-wise, at 5.7 inches, the Camry offers the highest ground clearance amongst its rivals while the 2021 Altima is the lowest at 4.9 inches. However, in the mid-size family sedan class, the dimensions of the Accord, and that of the Altima are almost similar to Camry's.

Some of the exterior features of the 2021 Toyota Camry were:

  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • Moonroof
  • LED headlights
  • Automatic Headlamps
  • Rain Sensing Wipers
  • Blacked-out exterior accents
  • Rear lip-spoiler
  • Dual exhausts
  • Heated mirrors with integrated turn indicators

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2022 Toyota Camry Safety

In regards to keeping you safe, the Toyota Camry tries to go the extra mile and provides all that it can at the price that it is offered at. The 2022 model is expected to add more features to the build but in the meantime, we have the data for the 2021 model below to give you a fair amount of idea about what to expect. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 2021 Camry an overall safety rating of five out of five stars, with five stars in the frontal crash, side crash, and rollover tests.

All models of Toyota Camry come with many driver-assistance features as standard

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named it a Top Safety Pick+, giving it the highest rating of Good in all six crash tests and the second-highest rating of Acceptable for how well its headlights illuminate the road ahead. Models with adaptive headlights earned the highest rating of Good. The IIHS uses a different scale for grading collision avoidance features. It gave the 2021 Camry the highest rating of Superior for its standard front crash prevention systems.

Standard advanced safety features:

  • Lane trace assist
  • Lane keep assist
  • Lane departure warning
  • Forward collision warning
  • Forward automatic emergency braking
  • Pedestrian detection
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Rearview camera
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Automatic high-beam headlights

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2022 Toyota Camry Competition

2022 Toyota Camry Vs 2021 Honda Accord

The Honda Accord is a great vehicle and the arch-nemesis of the Camry in the midsize car class. It impresses with its sharp steering, confident cornering, large trunk, and premium cabin. On the other hand, the Toyota Camry is available with a V6 engine and all-wheel drive, whereas the Honda Accord is front-wheel-drive only but compensates that by offering a choice of turbocharged four-cylinder engines. You can’t go wrong choosing between these two vehicles.

2021 Honda Accord

2022 Toyota Camry Vs 2021 Nissan Altima

The Nissan Altima is a good car, but the Camry is a better one. The Altima has two capable engine options, a smooth ride, comfortable seats, and user-friendly tech controls. It also has a bit more trunk space than the Camry. However, it has nimbler handling and a V6 engine option that’s stronger than anything in the Altima. This makes the Camry a default choice for maximum buyers out there.

2021 Nissan Altima

2022 Toyota Camry Final Verdict

The Toyota Camry is a car known for its practicality, reliability, and is easy on the pocket. It's spacious and fuel-efficient, and it comes with several standard safety features such as lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control. So as an overall package, the Camry is definitely appealing.

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