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The Ascent Sport is the second-rung up in the Camry range, offering mainly visual upgrades over its base Ascent compatriot.
It is available exclusively with the 2.5-litre four-cylinder hybrid engine option, wearing an MSRP of $36,290, and other upgrades include a standard 9.0-inch multimedia touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and built-in satellite navigation.
On the safety front the Ascent sport also adds to the base car's auto emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane-keep assist, with blind-spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert. The Camry range is covered by a maximum five-star ANCAP safety rating to the 2017 standards.
The only 2.5-litre four-cylinder hybrid engine option for the Ascent Sport provides a combined 160kW of power and 221Nm of torque. It drives the front wheels via a continuously variable automatic transmission. There is no longer a V6 engine option in the Camry range.
|Ascent Sport||2.5L, ULP, 6 SP AUTO||$23,100 – 31,350||2021 Toyota Camry 2021 Ascent Sport Pricing and Specs|
|Ascent||2.5L, ULP, 6 SP AUTO||$21,400 – 29,040||2021 Toyota Camry 2021 Ascent Pricing and Specs|
|Ascent Hybrid||2.5L, Hyb/PULP, CVT AUTO||$24,100 – 32,670||2021 Toyota Camry 2021 Ascent Hybrid Pricing and Specs|
|SL||3.5L, ULP, 8 SP AUTO||$35,100 – 45,430||2021 Toyota Camry 2021 SL Pricing and Specs|