2018 Toyota Camry Sedan

2018 Toyota Camry
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What’s new

  • 2018 Toyota Camry has been fully redesigned
  • Longer wheelbase compared to the outgoing model
  • Sleeker styling updates the exterior look
  • Revised rear suspension geometry
  • Two distinct styling themes depending on trim level


  • Strong fuel economy from four-cylinder engine
  • Plenty of cabin and cargo space
  • Impressively easy car to drive


  • Subpar infotainment and smartphone integration
  • Engine noise is prominent during acceleration
  • Advanced driver aids can be overly sensitive

Which Camry does Edmunds recommend?

Go for the SE trim for its more satisfying driving dynamics and more buttoned-down demeanor. Its ride quality is still quite agreeable, too. As for options, it's largely about your budget, but we recommend springing for the Audio package and the Convenience package. The former has a larger touchscreen, connectivity enhancements, dual-zone climate control and rear vents, while the latter's keyless ignition and auto-dimming rearview mirror live up to the package's billing. We also suggest sticking with the four-cylinder engine since it's fuel-efficient and respectably powerful.

Edmunds' Expert Review

Overall rating

7.6 / 10

The Camry is the archetypal midsize family sedan. Though it has grown larger over many generations, the latest, redesigned 2018 model checks in at roughly the same exterior dimensions as its predecessor. That's fine — it's plenty big enough already, thanks. The 2018 Camry's styling is a big departure from the norm, however.

You can sense the difference from 10 paces away. The uninspiring styling we've come to expect on the Toyota Camry has been replaced with a lower and sleeker look. But sleeker doesn't mean reduced headroom and reduced visibility because the seats, hood and side glass have dropped a similar amount. In fact, we figure that interior space has been enhanced.

Much of the credit goes to the stiffer platform and its double-wishbone rear suspension, the key element that makes this Camry different from any produced in the last 30-plus years. Past Camrys relied on a rear strut suspension because of its low cost. But rear struts are bulky and compete for space with the back seat and trunk. The more sophisticated rear suspension was recently used on the Toyota Prius, and the positive effects on that car's ride comfort, road noise, handling and even steering feel were substantial.

As before, there will be three powertrain choices, all of which are either new or significantly revised. The all-new 2.5-liter four-cylinder base engine makes 203 horsepower, while the optional 3.5-liter V6 now cranks out a stout 301 hp. Both come paired with a new eight-speed automatic transmission that further helps improve fuel economy. The fuel-sipping Camry Hybrid (reviewed separately) is new as well.

On the safety front, you'll find a common array of features including 10 standard airbags and a rearview camera. But the most impressive safety feature on this new Camry has to be the standard inclusion of the Toyota Safety Sense-P, which means that even the cheapest 2018 Camry will have traffic-adapting cruise control, automatic emergency braking in case of an imminent forward collision, lane departure warning and mitigation, and auto-dimming LED headlights.

While we appreciate the Camry's newfound attention to style, safety and handling precision, Toyota's Entune infotainment and smartphone integration won't please many people. It just isn't as easy to use as rival systems. It's the most glaring shortcoming of this otherwise well-rounded family sedan. If you're in the market, the Camry is going to be one of your best choices for 2018.

Notably, we picked the 2018 Toyota Camry as one of Edmunds' Best Midsize Sedans for this year.

2018 Toyota Camry configurations

The 2018 Camry is available in five distinct trim levels: L, LE, SE, XSE and XLE. The differences among them chiefly boil down to features, with the exception of the SE and the XSE that also include a sportier suspension calibration. All trims are available with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that generates 203 hp and 184 pound-feet of torque (add 3 hp and 2 lb-ft for XSE models), and a 3.5-liter V6 (301 hp, 267 lb-ft) is optional on XLE and XSE models.

All Camrys are equipped with Toyota Safety Sense, which is a suite of driver assistance features including adaptive cruise control, a frontal pre-collision system, lane departure alert with steering assistance, and automatic high beams.

The base L sets the floor for the base price but won't be commonplace due to its relative paucity of equipment. This Camry comes with 16-inch steel wheels, automatic LED headlights, cloth upholstery, a height-adjustable driver seat, a rearview camera, keyless entry, a 7-inch touchscreen interface, one USB port, Bluetooth and a six-speaker sound system.

LE models add a few key items that most drivers will want: an eight-way power-adjustable driver seat (with two-way power lumbar adjustment), 17-inch alloy wheels, a 60/40-split folding back seat and a car alarm.

SE variants mark a personality shift toward keener driving dynamics courtesy of a sport-tuned suspension and a revised steering calibration. They also receive 18-inch wheels and simulated leather upholstery (SofTex) seats and paddle shifters.

You can think of the XLE and XSE trim levels as versions of the LE and SE, respectively, with a variety of additional comfort and convenience items. Highlights include larger wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, leather upholstery, a head-up display, blind-spot monitoring, keyless ignition, a power-adjustable front passenger seat, extra USB ports, a bigger 8-inch touchscreen, a premium JBL sound system and Qi wireless smartphone charging.

Many of the features found on the upper trim levels can be added to the lower trim levels as options. Other notable options include a sunroof and a top-down parking camera system.

Trim tested

Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the 2018 Toyota Camry XLE (2.5L inline-4 | 8-speed automatic | FWD).


The 2018 Camry has more spirit than its predecessor, which is most apparent in its more substantial steering and handling abilities. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder gives adequate shove in most conditions, and its new eight-speed automatic transmission is well-mannered.


The four-cylinder engine's strong power in the upper rev range gives it satisfactory oomph when you need to accelerate up to highway speeds. But it's less impressive around town when the revs are low. In our tests, the Camry needed 7.9 seconds to reach 60 mph, which is an average time.


It's easy to modulate these brakes, and the pedal effort is nicely judged, neither firm nor mushy. Even panic stops are easy to manage. In our testing, the Camry stopped from 60 mph in 122 feet, which is a bit longer than expected for a midsize sedan.


Steering is suitably direct and well-weighted, with good on-center feel. It's not exactly sporty in terms of feeling the grip at the front tires, but certainly keener than previous Camrys. Sport mode makes the steering unnecessarily heavy.


Well-mannered within its modest limits. Feels tidy for a car of its size in this class. Body roll isn't excessive, though it bobs vertically on bumpy, twisting roads more than we'd like. The SE or XSE should be more controlled. Tire grip is modest.


The eight-speed automatic transmission kicks down willingly most of the time and doesn't hunt among gears. It picks up cleanly from a standstill with no lurchiness or pregnant pauses. A pleasant, innocuous driving experience.


The big and comfortable seats, well-executed ride and powerful climate control mean the Camry will suit drivers of most sizes well even on long trips. With that said, it's on the noisy side, with a prominent engine buzz when accelerating and noticeable wind and road noise at freeway speeds.

Seat comfort

At first sit, the front seats feel overstuffed, flat and wide. But this impression dissolves quickly because long-trip comfort proves excellent. The seats combine modest bolsters and medium-firm padding with stiff leather. The back seat is upright, with a flat bottom and modestly contoured seatback.

Ride comfort

Compared to previous Camrys, this car feels more buttoned-down. Not a hint of harshness, though. Typical pavement bumps, whether large or small, are damped well overall. The ride is never wallowy or floaty, but it does exhibit some excessive vertical ride motions on bumpy roads.

Noise & vibration

This isn't a serenely quiet car. The engine is buzzy during acceleration but fades into the background when cruising. There's noticeable wind and road noise, too. This might be the trade-off for the new Camry's somewhat sharper dynamics.

Climate control

Two knobs for temperature and buttons for other controls make for a clean, simple and effective layout. The digital display doesn't wash out. It cools powerfully even in triple-digit heat and operates very quietly, making it even better. The back seat gets two vents as part of an option package.


The Camry's cabin won't wow you with its opulence, but it nails the fundamentals across the board. It will satisfy a truly broad range of sizes and shapes. It's appropriately spacious, easy to decipher its various knobs and buttons, and is a cinch to live with on a daily basis.

Ease of use

The Camry presents itself well, with no mysteries. Clear, large gauges and simple, well-labeled buttons make it intuitive for anyone to operate. Radio volume and tuning knobs are easy for the driver to reach but are a stretch for the passenger.

Getting in/getting out

Typical of Toyotas, the Camry is easy to get into and out of. It has very light doors, a narrow sill and a sizable opening. It's lower than the outgoing car, so there's a smidge more of a drop into the seat.

Driving position

Taller drivers will be pleased with the additional reach of the telescoping wheel, though more would be preferred. A generously sized driver footwell and good relationship of the steering wheel to the pedals and seat make it a very natural drive.


Ample head- and legroom for 6-plus-footers. The cabin feels airy. The back seat has ample legroom for 6-footers, though their heads brush the headliner of our panoramic sunroof-equipped test car.


A lowish beltline and slim pillars aid the view forward and out the front side windows. Average visibility over your shoulder and out the back window. Optional bird's-eye view camera on our test car provides a clear and comprehensive depiction of the surroundings.


A step up from the old Camry in design and materials. Soft-touch surfaces abound, and they look and feel good. Its design and variety of textures won't be mistaken for those of a luxury car, but they're attractive without sacrificing functionality. Our preproduction test car had a couple of creaks.


As midsize sedans go, the Camry's stuff-hauling credentials are pretty solid. The cargo area is large and opens wide, plus the back seat is easy to fold down to fit longer items. There are enough cabin storage options to make most people happy. Loading a car seat is straightforward, too.

Small-item storage

Good but not stellar cabin storage. The forward center console bin is great for concealing items but has a hard, slippery floor so items slide around noisily. The console bin at your elbow is a decent size. The modest door pockets in the front and rear are good for small water bottles only.

Cargo space

The large trunk and the 60/40-split folding back seat with trunk-mounted release handles make it easy to expand the space. The trunk is dimensionally similar to the outgoing Camry's trunk, but it seems easier to live with, perhaps due to its wide opening and nicely low liftover height.


While all Camrys have a suite of driver assistance features as standard, many are too sensitive and/or cannot be turned off completely. Its smartphone integration is subpar, built-in navigation is not available, and it stymies attempts to use phone apps as a workaround.

Audio & navigation

The audio system layout is simple and effective, with chunky, well-labeled buttons and a clear display even in direct sun. However, built-in navigation is unavailable and it mutes your phone when plugged in, making it impossible to follow a navigation app's audio alerts. Slow to start up.

Smartphone integration

Smartphone users will be disappointed. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are not available. Phone pairing via Bluetooth is straightforward but failed on the first attempt. The user must pair Bluetooth and connect a cord running Entune 3.0 to get access to most features.

Driver aids

Its many standard driver aids are a nice touch. However, the lane departure warnings are overly sensitive and cannot be turned off, which some drivers will find infuriating. The pre-collision system is too sensitive during routine parking maneuvers and certain acceleration instances.

Voice control

Voice commands are on the clunky side, but at least Siri Eyes Free and Google Voice are available by pressing and holding the voice button. This is a pretty good alternative, and you don't have to run the Entune app to make it work.

Consumer reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2018 Toyota Camry.

Overall Consumer Rating

Most helpful consumer reviews

TNGA Platform is wonderful
Jason H,09/12/2017
Purchased a XSE V6 (after considering Lexus ES, Audi S and BWM 4). The pictures do the car no justice-this is a beautiful looking vehicle in person. As such, I've gotten quite a few stares and inquiries as people try to figure out what kind of car it is, and there is a healthy dose of incredulity when I tell them its a Camry. And that's just the exterior. I have the Cockpit Red interior and it really sets the car off-it's WELL DONE. And it fits me well at 6'/280#, I'm as comfortable in this as I was in my 2008 Toyota Avalon XLS. I agree with the editorial review about the technology layout and functionality, and concur that the interior storage space is on the anemic side. The engine has just enough power to motivate you wherever you need to go when you need to get there without being petro-hungry. The 8-speed transmission will take some getting use to, and the handling and ride quality are great, what you would expect with 19" wheels with VR-rated rubber. The engine and exterior noise complaints aren't really an issue when the JBL Premium audio is on, so unless you are driving in silence, you won't notice it. Overall, I give the 2018 Toyota Camry XSE V6 a solid 4-star rating.
Wonderful car ruined by a horrid entune system
Wonderful car with a very catchy design. This car, with the exception of uncomfortable seats, would be exceptional if it wasn’t for its horrid entune system. The entune app itself isn’t doesn’t work very well and constantly crashes. Pandora is very unresponsive and doesn’t work half the time. The scout navigation system is HORRIBLE. One of the stupidest designs I have ever seen. If Toyota addresses these issues and ditches the entune system then this car would be exceptional
Mark F....,01/27/2018
Replaced a 2011 Camry LE with over 205,000 miles on it with another new 2018 Camry LE. The price and dealership (Toyota of Slidell, LA) were great. While it's a nice car and it may be just a case of getting used to (I've been driving it now for over 2 months), there are a number of things that I notice everyday that irk me. ONE OF MY BIGGEST GRIPES IS THE ENTUNE 3.0 system and application and its interface with my current Android device. It requires uninstalling and reloading the apps, un-pairing and re-pairing the device several times a month with all data having to be reentered. IT'S 2018 AND PHONES AND CARS SHOULD INTERFACE WITH ONE ANOTHER SEAMLESSLY...!!! Too many states have hands-free laws and I have to hold my phone in my hand to make a call most days. The Scout GPS system is absolutely terrible. I have friends who have a KIA and when they start their car, their in-car systems virtually duplicates their phone on their dashboard. And it works too...!!! When I first paired my phone to the car, I was able to touch the microphone button, speak to the car microphone and get Google to give my an answer through the car sound system. After getting a software update for the Entune 3.0 App (from update 1000 to 1001) as it kept dropping out, when I touch the microphone button now all I get is a high-pitched squelch feedback squeal. It has nothing to do with the volume of the radio - it does it at all volume levels, even 01. Toyota Care told me that the earlier builds of the 2018 Camry fully supported Android and Google but that they dropped their support of Android and Google in later builds (I don't know how much truth there is to that claim). REGARDLESS, THE ENTUNE 3.0 App and the vehicle interface with my Android device is TERRIBLE...!!! I CAN'T WAIT FOR SOME 12 YEAR OLD TO COME OUT WITH ENTUNE 4.0..!!! A couple of other downsides - the passenger side glove box is too small and the center console storage compartment is too large and deep without storage segregation/shelving requiring that I use large plastic cups to organize its contents. FINALLY - the only other downside that I'm noticing is that the HEADLIGHTS ARE WAY TOO BRIGHT. Virtually EVERY TIME I'M IN THE CAR at night on a two-lane road, someone flashes me indicating I have my brights on. I end up flashing my actual brights on to let them know that - no, those are my regular lights. When passing a car on the interstate, I've had them get in behind me and light me up with their brights as if to say "you had your brights on me while you were behind me so I'm doing it back to you." I have had the light alignment checked by the dealer and it is correct and within specs. The lights do provide great light for me while driving at night, but they're obviously a safety hazard to oncoming drivers and those in front of my car. The 2018 Camry is still a great value for me...!!! HOPEFULLY TOYOTA IS READING EDMUNDS.COM AND WILL TAKE THIS LOYAL OWNER'S COMMENTS INTO FUTURE CONSIDERATION.
UPDATE-HORRIBLE No Nav, No Mirrorlink, Bad Tech
retired systems analyst,01/15/2018
I REGRET THAT I DID NOT BUY THE HONDA ACCORD. if i call toyota and tell them there is a problem, they are more concerned if this is a warranty issue or a design problem. i don't know if not having usable navigation is a warranty issue or a design problem. as far as i am concerned, i just have a problem and need something usable for navigation. Scout is unusable. Toyota is in total denial about this problem. i originally contacted them with a problem five days after purchase four months ago. my service history shows that the problem has be "Solved" six times! They just mark the status as "solved" each time i log this as a problem and Toyota no longer has a problem, just their customer! AFTER ONE YEAR YOU THINK THAT THEY WOULD MAKE AN EFFORT TO SOLVE THESE PROBLEMS, I HAVE TO BELIEVE THEY DON'T CARE. my experience mirrors others. Entune and it's associated Apps are problematic. some of the apps work inconsistently like internet radio or simply do not work at all. Scout is dysfunctional and dangerous, it dominates the phone. when Scout is running you can't use other apps on the device. it runs in the foreground with a useless graphic? my wife can't make changes or use the phone while i am driving and vise versa. other issues which i can live with are: -loud engine growl at certain rpms -wind noise by forward edge of front window near rear view mirrors. -when you close doors they make a cheap sound, tinny. -too much dependence on Toyota's proprietary Entune operating system. as a car company, they may not be up to the challenge of developing and maintaining it's own on board operating system and suite of apps. it was a mistake not to adopt a more open system and not to reinvent a usable wheel. -there is no mirroring app to allow you to use other phone navigation apps like google maps or Waze. -you can't easily determine what vendor and model of phone is completely compatible with the infotainment operating environment. - i can never predict if the system will start playing music or not, if it will connect to the phone automatically. Can't get NPR One to work. this strong review for the 2018 Honda Accord makes me regretful of my choice of the Camry. if you have a doubt about my review visit the reviews for scout gps link, most are one star. *****I have bent a piece of coated bailing wire to the passenger air vent and clipped my phone case to it. that is how you navigate in the Camry.*****
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2018 Toyota Camry videos

SPEAKER 1: Mid-size family sedans have been losing ground to small SUVs. So what better time for two of the most significant sedans to go through major redesigns. Here we have the recently overhauled Toyota Camry. SPEAKER 2: And behind me is the 2018 Honda Accord, now in its 10th generation and it's all new from the ground up. I'm really curious to see how it stacks up to the new Camry. This is a CVT. With a 1.5 you get a CVT only. There's an optional six speed manual gearbox. But when it comes to the automatic, it's just a CVT. SPEAKER 1: Nobody's going to be buying this in a manual, except for maybe the automotive journalists pretty much. SPEAKER 2: But I'm glad that they offer a manual gear box. SPEAKER 1: OK. Well, the CVT tends to suck some of the life out of some engines. But just leaving that stop back there I didn't get a lot of delay. I felt a good response. SPEAKER 2: I think the CVT's have come a long way. And particularly, this CVT that Honda offers in the Accord and in the Civic is a really good example of how to do it right. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. And visibility's actually really good. This A pillar is probably one of the thinner ones I've seen in a while. I like the shape of the seats. I'm getting a little bit of intrusion in my shoulder blades. But, you know, it's barely even worth mentioning. SPEAKER 2: And the seats are pretty plush too. I feel like they have a good amount of give. SPEAKER 1: I do have the ventilated seats on their maximum right now. Kind of doing the job that I think other cars do on medium. SPEAKER 2: It's a little feeble then? SPEAKER 1: It's a little weak. This feels buttoned down. And even on some of the rougher stuff that we're on on the other boulevard, it was smoothing it over to a, I think, a more than acceptable degree. SPEAKER 2: I agree. I think this is a good example of Honda the way the Hondas used to be, where they had a lightness to them but they also would pick up their feet and feel supple, but still had a connection to the driver. It still feels like it's responsive, not in an overtly sporty way, but just in a way that tells you that the car is with you without ever beating you up about it. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. The pedal's a little soft but appropriate for this kind of car. I would personally prefer just a little more effort in the pedal. But nit-picks, when I'm nit picking a car it means I actually like it. SPEAKER 2: Feels a little bit firmer on the ride but it's not an objectionable ride by any means. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. It's compliant enough. But it still feels like it could be buttoned down a little more compared to the Accord. SPEAKER 2: I mean, the routine driving of this car it's nice. I mean, just pick which one you prefer between the Accord and this Camry SE there's nothing at all wrong with the way this goes down the road. The steering is pretty responsive. It's all just different flavors of preference I think. SPEAKER 1: I also think they're so close in many ways that the way they drive might not even be a factor for a lot of people. SPEAKER 2: Definitely not. Yeah. Dipping into the gas right there it feels like-- SPEAKER 1: Yeah. I felt a little bit of a hesitation. SPEAKER 2: But it did downshift. I'll give it that. It did kick down pretty responsibly. Visibility is pretty good. It looks like they've done a good job of keeping the belt-line here low, so the window edge on the bottom kind of dips down. If you were to look at the current in profile you'd see this sort of scalloped bottom edge of the greenhouse, which helps you see out over the side of the car. The [INAUDIBLE] I think is probably a little bit higher. This top of the dashboard maybe it's a touch higher than the Accord. But it's certainly not so high that it's going to cause people any sort of consternation. SPEAKER 1: Right. SPEAKER 2: This also has a hard key based periphery to its touchscreen. These are better labeled, I think, than in the Accord. SPEAKER 1: One thing though, the screen is a few inches lower than the Accord's. Because they have the vents up top. Even though initially when they started putting those tablet looking screens on the top of the dash, aesthetically I wasn't all that happy with it. But very quickly I realized that visually and having it in your sight-lines is worth that kind of aesthetic sacrifice. SPEAKER 2: Yeah. They look tacked on. But I think functionally they work better than one that's lower and more buried into the dash. Another thing that I think the Accord has going for it is that the Toyota you can't get Apple Car Play or Android Auto compatibility. SPEAKER 1: I know. SPEAKER 2: I mean, that's sort of an across the board Toyota thing. SPEAKER 1: And I'm at the point now where I'm reliant on Apple Car Play. And if a car doesn't have it now I'm almost getting to that deal breaker territory, where if it doesn't have it I don't want it. SPEAKER 2: It pulls hard above 5,000. But below that it's not quite as urgent. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. You have to wait for it to boil. SPEAKER 2: Yeah. But once it gets up there it moves out nicely. But I think the low end torque of the turbo engine in the Accord delivers a little bit more of that initial thrust better than this car does. The previous Camry felt a little bit more plasticy than this. They certainly paid more attention to materials in this new Camry compared to the old. But the Accord's in another class above. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. There's something about the Camry that I do like. There's a certain honesty about it. It feels good. It meets expectations, certainly. The Accord, I think, exceeds expectations. SPEAKER 2: Yeah. Functionally, there's nothing wrong with the Camry's cabin. I mean, it's-- everything is placed where you want it. There's a big volume knob that's on the correct side of the screen for the driver. The buttons are well labeled. There's big fonts everywhere. Everything falls to hand the way you expect. But that sense of occasion that the Accord has just puts it over the top for me. Infotainment-wise it's a no brainer. And the Accord has it all over this one. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. Absolutely. SPEAKER 2: And this is a comfortable cabin too. The seats are comfortable. The touch points are soft. The leather feels good, whether it's on the shift selector or on the steering wheel. There's nothing wrong at all with this cabin. Here we are in the back seat of the Camry. SPEAKER 1: And, you know, it's got enough space for me. SPEAKER 2: I'm in the same boat. I can fit my toes underneath the front seat. And I've got a few inches to the seat back in front of me. And what I should point out also is the driver's seat is all the way down. It's as low as it can go and there's still room to put your toes underneath. Some cars when the seat goes all the way down all the toe-room in the backseat goes away. But that's not the case in the Camry. So that's a good detail. They didn't miss that. SPEAKER 1: All right. Well, it's well-padded. I mean, that's really cushiony. That's nice. SPEAKER 2: There's no storage on the back of the console. We do have vents back here, which is nice. We can't really control them other than they're on they're off. SPEAKER 1: Right. SPEAKER 2: But that's not that unusual. SPEAKER 1: Map pockets behind the front seats. But yeah the lack of a USB port or even a 12 volt plug is, I think, maybe a misstep. Especially since if this is a family sedan and all the kids have their faces plastered into a screen nowadays-- well actually maybe it's not a bad thing if they don't have power. And they run out on a road trip. Maybe you actually have to talk to them. SPEAKER 2: Imagine that. I don't feel cramped back here. But if this was a light interior I think it would feel that much breezier. So that's just one thing to keep in mind, I think, as we're comparing these two cars. SPEAKER 1: Totally agree. Let's just start in the middle here. The infotainment screen placed high up on the dash on this little tablet looking thing, these knobs like you pointed out before, they're really, really nice. SPEAKER 2: Yeah. It shows an attention to detail that goes beyond just the basics of what you'd expect in a midsize sedan. SPEAKER 1: We made a lot of noise about the lack of a volume knob and that ridiculous volume control on the steering wheel. SPEAKER 2: I mean, I know I did. SPEAKER 1: They have actual volume buttons here now and the scrolling wheel for the multifunction display. It's all falling to hand really nicely. SPEAKER 2: And the screen flow too, both on the center screen and in the instrument cluster, it's really intuitive. And it happens quickly. It responds very quickly. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. SPEAKER 2: I think it's a really nice execution of that sort of thing. SPEAKER 1: They made the improvements. They got rid of the things we hated. And they kept the things we liked. SPEAKER 2: It feels good in here. I like how they've echoed the design theme here. If you look at the front of the car and the back of the car and then this dashboard, you'll notice that there is this emphasis of width. And by that I mean, look at how these vents on the side are protruding into the doors. The headlights do the same sort of thing. SPEAKER 1: They wrap around. SPEAKER 2: The headlights protrude and wrap around into the fenders. And the tail lights are doing a similar sort of thing. So again, they're kind of going beyond just the basics of what you can expect in a mid-sized sedan. And adding a bit more attention to detail and style. SPEAKER 1: So under here we have a wireless charging pad. The Camry also has that. A USB port there. Another one under here I believe. SPEAKER 2: Yes. There's a PowerPoint and a USB. SPEAKER 1: Nice sliding tray here that I believe is also-- and rubberized so phone won't slide around. I've got some good bins here. Actually, the pockets in the doors I think are better in here than in the Camry. The Camry you can get one water bottle in and it has to be at this angle to put it in. This you have a pocket and a water bottle holder so. SPEAKER 2: Yeah. Seems to be a little bit more small item storage here in the Accord than the Camry. SPEAKER 1: But I just feel like I have more space in here. SPEAKER 2: Yeah. And this dash is a lot slimmer. If you look at the height of this dash compared to that of the Camry, which is much more monolithic. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. And it kind of tapers down nicely as well. But the materials they're using this-- I don't even care if it's real wood. It looks great. SPEAKER 2: And this brushed aluminum again, it just has this class. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. It's premium without the price. And all these buttons on the steering wheel they're easy to use. You know, there's no stretch or anything. You don't even have to look down on it. But yeah, they really did a great job with this. I feel like I can see better out the front. I mean, I'm getting such an expansive view of the dash as well, that I wasn't getting in the Camry. Now these obviously aren't deal breakers one way or the other. But what might be is the amount of room I have back here. SPEAKER 2: It's big back here. Between the Camry and the Accord headroom-wise yeah, they're comparable. My head's brushing the headliner in this one as well. But I think leg and knee room it's all Accord. SPEAKER 1: Yeah. And like the Camry, we have harder plastics back here. SPEAKER 2: Different surfaces front and rear. SPEAKER 1: Now, like the Camry this doesn't just kind of stop or have a detent or something. It just kind of flops onto the seat. And it's a little bit of an angle. It's not a big deal to me. SPEAKER 2: It's comfortable I think. It's the right height. SPEAKER 1: We're missing something. SPEAKER 2: We're missing the USB ports and PowerPoints, just like in the Camry. So there's no advantage to smartphone charging or anything in the Accord compared to the Camry. This also, same deal, it has vents that you can control on off but that's it. Storage-wise a similar situation. You've got this cup holder. You've got the door pocket. That's kind of it. Although, you do have the map pocket in the back of the door. So in terms of rear seat storage I think it's a wash. SPEAKER 1: Absolutely. I thought it was going to be a closer fight. But the Accord is the clear winner in my book. SPEAKER 2: I agree. The Accord is the clear winner. And for me it comes down to primarily the cabin, the design, the sense of space in there. It's just a nicer place to be inside the cabin. SPEAKER 1: I agree as well. I give a clear-- a definite advantage to the infotainment system in the Honda. SPEAKER 2: There's a winner here. And we're in agreement that it's the Accord. But what do you think? SPEAKER 1: Let us know in the comments below. If you want to see more videos like this, hit subscribe.

2018 Toyota Camry vs. 2018 Honda Accord Comparison

Midsize family sedans have been steadily losing ground to crossover SUVs for the last couple of years. That trend may slow with the latest redesigns of the most popular sedans: the 2018 Honda Accord and the 2018 Toyota Camry. There's a lot to like about both of these cars, but which one will emerge as the best-in-class?

Features & Specs

28 city / 39 hwy
Seats 5
8-speed shiftable automatic
203 hp @ 6600 rpm
28 city / 39 hwy
Seats 5
8-speed shiftable automatic
203 hp @ 6600 rpm
28 city / 39 hwy
Seats 5
8-speed shiftable automatic
206 hp @ 6600 rpm
28 city / 39 hwy
Seats 5
8-speed shiftable automatic
203 hp @ 6600 rpm
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Our experts’ favorite Camry safety features:

Pre-Collision System
Mitigates or helps avoid a potential crash via audio and visual alerts and brake assistance.
Lane Departure Alert
Sounds an audio alert when it thinks the car is going to drift out of its lane.
Automatic High Beams
Switches on and off the headlights' high beams when the system deems appropriate.

NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating
    Overall5 / 5
    Driver5 / 5
    Passenger5 / 5
  • Side Crash Rating
    Overall5 / 5
  • Side Barrier Rating
    Overall5 / 5
    Driver5 / 5
    Passenger5 / 5
  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings
    Front Seat5 / 5
    Back Seat5 / 5
  • Rollover
    Rollover5 / 5
    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover9.9%
IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
  • Roof Strength Test
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test

Toyota Camry vs. the competition

2018 Toyota Camry

2018 Toyota Camry

2018 Honda Accord

2018 Honda Accord

Toyota Camry vs. Honda Accord

The Toyota Camry and Honda Accord have always been close rivals. While the 2018 Camry has improved in almost every area, the new Honda Accord has made even bigger leaps. It offers two powerful turbocharged engines options, three available transmissions, more interior and cargo space, and better smartphone integration over the Camry. We have yet to rate the new Accord, but previous models have scored at the top of the class with four or 4.5 stars. The Camry has its work cut out for it.

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Toyota Camry vs. Toyota Corolla

Another top seller from within the Toyota family is the smaller Toyota Corolla. If you're not sure if you really need a midsize sedan, it makes for a logical comparison. Looking at the spec sheet may prove confusing since the Corolla actually has more rear legroom than the already spacious Camry and just a hair less cargo space. We like the interior better overall in the Camry, however, and the Camry's engines are not only more powerful but more efficient as well. We gave the Corolla an overall rating of three stars, which falls below the Camry.

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Toyota Camry vs. Nissan Altima

The Nissan Altima is one of the few midsize sedans that hasn't been significantly updated for the new year, and so it is outdated compared to the new Toyota Camry. Both of the Camry's powertrain options are more powerful and efficient than what's offered with a comparable Altima. The Altima, however, does provide similar interior passenger space and more cargo space. Edmunds gave the current-generation Altima 2.5 stars, which is well below the class average.

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2018 Toyota Camry Sedan for Sale

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Get ready to announce your arrival with authority with the 2018 Toyota Camry's powerful shape and captivating style. The Camry is an irresistible symphony of flowing lines and sharp, unrestricted edges that make an impact. With an inviting, wide-open feel, the Camry cabin is all about you. Thanks to the perfectly placed steering wheel controls, everything you need is right at your fingertips. The redesigned front passenger seats are distinctively shaped to create the ultimate level of comfort � the rear seats feature the same dynamic and supportive structure as the front seats. Leave nothing behind, Camry makes it even easier to take everything with you thanks to its incredible cargo space due to a resigned trunk lid. Have your choice of engines, each delivering a sophisticated blend of performance and efficiency. Camry's MacPherson strut front suspension and new double-wishbone rear suspension deliver a smooth ride and sharp handling so you can take on trip. Camry comes standard with an Advanced Airbag System with advanced dual-stage SRS driver and front passenger airbags, in addition to front and rear side curtain airbags � bring the total to ten airbags in all.
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Check out this 2018! It comes equipped with all the standard amenities for your driving enjoyment. Top features include cruise control, an automatic dimming rear-view mirror, automatic temperature control, and 1-touch window functionality. It features an automatic transmission, front-wheel drive, and a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder engine. We pride ourselves in the quality that we offer on all of our vehicles. Please don't hesitate to give us a call.

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Is the Toyota Camry a good car?

Overall, the Camry is one of your best choices for a midsize sedan. The Camry's base four-cylinder engine isn't the smoothest-sounding engine, but it returns a laudable 34 mpg in combined city/highway driving while providing a nice amount of punch at the top end when you need it for merging maneuvers. The Camry also boasts a surprising amount of passenger and cargo space, many standard safety features and top safety scores. On the downside, Toyota's infotainment system isn't the easiest to use, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration aren't offered.

Does the Toyota Camry have good MPG?

The four-cylinder Camry's fuel economy matches or beats the best of its class. The EPA estimates it gets 32 mpg in combined driving (28 city/39 highway). We measured 33.7 mpg on our 116-mile standard evaluation loop, which provides a mix of city and highway driving. In similar fashion, the V6 manages to match competitors' upgraded engine efficiency at 26 mpg combined (22 city, 32 highway) yet has a power advantage over many of the turbocharged four-cylinders it competes against.

Does the Toyota Camry have good resale value?

If you're ready to buy, you're probably wondering about the Toyota Camry's resale value. How much will a 2018 Toyota Camry be worth in two or five years — or whenever you decide to sell? Check out the Edmunds True Cost to Own (TCO) calculator. It includes projected annual depreciation over the first five years of ownership based on Edmunds' robust market transaction data.

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More about the 2018 Toyota Camry

The 2018 Toyota Camry is a strong contender among midsize sedans; it excels at everyday functionality and has few major drawbacks. Available in five distinct trim levels with two distinct styling themes among them, along with two engine choices, there's a Camry to suit many sensibilities and budgets. A handful of option packages are available, too.

The 2018 Camry is offered in L, LE, SE, XSE and XLE trim levels. The entry-level L is Toyota's entry-level variant that will feature heavily in advertisements for its price point and fuel economy numbers but in reality will be scarce out in the wild. No options are offered and it's sparsely equipped, wearing 16-inch steel wheels, cloth upholstery and manual seat adjustments. Most people will gravitate to higher trim levels. The LE is a nice step up, with a power driver seat and a 60/40-split folding back seat, plus 17-inch aluminum wheels.

Clearly, the L and LE trim levels are tailored for value shoppers. Stepping up to the SE variant puts buyers into what we reckon is the sweet spot in the 2018 Camry range. Its firmer suspension and revised steering tuning simply give the Camry sharper dynamics that will appeal to drivers of all stripes. Moreover, these models come equipped with 18-inch wheels, automatic climate control, premium vinyl upholstery and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

XLE and XSE trim levels represent the most thoroughly equipped Camrys and are for shoppers who want to maximize the comfort and convenience quotient. These models get dual-zone climate control, leather seats, a head-up display, keyless ignition, Qi wireless smartphone charging and more. Notably, these models are the only ones with which a V6 can be paired. While we prefer the handling of the lighter four-cylinder Camry, we don't begrudge anyone who wants to revel in the Camry's potent V6's power. Be aware, however, that those two extra cylinders cost you dearly on the sticker price, adding thousands to the bottom line.

Among midsize sedans, the 2018 Camry, particularly with the four-cylinder, is competitively priced. Its strong fuel economy and energetic power delivery will satisfy a broad swath of drivers, so don't feel obligated to ignore it. When you're ready to find the right 2018 Camry for you, Edmunds' first-rate car-buying tools and tips are always at your disposal.

2018 Toyota Camry Sedan Overview

The 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan is offered in the following styles: SE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A), LE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A), XSE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A), XLE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A), XSE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 8A), L 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A), and XLE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 8A).

What do people think of the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan?

Consumer ratings and reviews are also available for the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan and all its trim types. Overall, Edmunds users rate the 2018 Camry Sedan 3.5 on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. Edmunds consumer reviews allow users to sift through aggregated consumer reviews to understand what other drivers are saying about any vehicle in our database. Detailed rating breakdowns (including performance, comfort, value, interior, exterior design, build quality, and reliability) are available as well to provide shoppers with a comprehensive understanding of why customers like the 2018 Camry Sedan.

Edmunds Expert Reviews

Edmunds experts have compiled a robust series of ratings and reviews for the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan and all model years in our database. Our rich analysis includes expert reviews and recommendations for the 2018 Camry Sedan featuring deep dives into trim levels including SE, LE, XSE, etc. with careful analysis around pricing, features, performance, mpg, safety, interior, and driving and performance. Edmunds also offers expert ratings, road test and performance data, long-term road tests, first-drive reviews, video reviews and more.

Read our full review of the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan here.

Edmunds Scorecard

Overall7.6 / 10


7.5 / 10

Acceleration7.0 / 10
Braking7.5 / 10
Steering7.5 / 10
Handling7.5 / 10
Drivability8.5 / 10


7.5 / 10

Seat comfort7.5 / 10
Ride comfort7.5 / 10
Noise & vibration6.0 / 10
Climate control7.5 / 10


8.0 / 10

Ease of use8.0 / 10
Getting in/getting out8.0 / 10
Driving position8.0 / 10
Roominess8.5 / 10
Visibility8.5 / 10
Quality8.0 / 10


8.5 / 10

Small-item storage7.0 / 10
Cargo space9.0 / 10


6.5 / 10

Audio & navigation5.0 / 10
Smartphone integration6.0 / 10
Driver aids7.0 / 10
Voice control7.5 / 10
Our Review Process

This review was written by a member of Edmunds' editorial team of expert car reviewers. Our team drives every car you can buy. We put the vehicles through rigorous testing, evaluating how they drive and comparing them in detail to their competitors.

We're also regular people like you, so we pay attention to all the different ways people use their cars every day. We want to know if there's enough room for our families and our weekend gear and whether or not our favorite drink fits in the cupholder. Our editors want to help you make the best decision on a car that fits your life.

What's a good price for a New 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan?
2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XSE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

The 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XSE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $30,070. The average price paid for a new 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XSE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) is trending $3,884 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

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The average savings for the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XSE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) is12.9% below the MSRP.

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2018 Toyota Camry Sedan SE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

The 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan SE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $26,270. The average price paid for a new 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan SE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) is trending $3,008 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

Edmunds members save an average of $3,008 by getting upfront special offers. The estimated special offer price in your area is$23,262.

The average savings for the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan SE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) is11.5% below the MSRP.

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2018 Toyota Camry Sedan LE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

The 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan LE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $25,070. The average price paid for a new 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan LE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) is trending $2,825 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

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The average savings for the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan LE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) is11.3% below the MSRP.

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2018 Toyota Camry Sedan L 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

The 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan L 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $24,982. The average price paid for a new 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan L 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) is trending $2,614 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

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The average savings for the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan L 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) is10.5% below the MSRP.

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2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XLE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

The 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XLE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $30,241. The average price paid for a new 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XLE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) is trending $3,589 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

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The average savings for the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XLE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 8A) is11.9% below the MSRP.

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2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XSE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 8A)

The 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XSE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 8A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $37,388. The average price paid for a new 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XSE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 8A) is trending $4,029 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

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The average savings for the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XSE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 8A) is10.8% below the MSRP.

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2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XLE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 8A)

The 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XLE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 8A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $36,027. The average price paid for a new 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XLE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 8A) is trending $3,809 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

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The average savings for the 2018 Toyota Camry Sedan XLE 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 8A) is10.6% below the MSRP.

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Should I lease or buy a 2018 Toyota Camry?

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