Toyota Camry 2018
Carsguide Family reviewer Nedahl Stelio had this to say at the time: The Toyota Camry SL was an impressive car for my family of four over the week. The smooth, powerful drive made me feel confident on the road, I appreciated the luxe interiors and the big boot, plus it had enough space to transport a third child in the back. I liked all the automation and the advanced safety features, and thought value-for-money was spot-on.You can read the full review here.
This is what Nedahl Stelio liked most about this particular version of the Toyota Camry: Interior style, Smooth drive, Powerful engine
The 2018 Toyota Camry carries a braked towing capacity of up to 1600 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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Toyota Camry 2018 Price and Specs
|Toyota Camry Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|Ascent||Sedan||2.5L ULP 6 SP AUTO||$17,100||$23,870|
|Ascent (hybrid)||Sedan||2.5L Hyb/PULP CVT AUTO||$18,600||$25,960|
|Ascent (hybrid)||Sedan||2.5L Hyb/ULP CVT AUTO||$18,600||$25,850|
|Ascent Sport||Sedan||2.5L ULP 6 SP AUTO||$18,600||$25,850|
Toyota Camry 2018 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Toyota Camry 2018 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Toyota Camry 2018: Transmission problems
It can be difficult to diagnose and fix a car when the problem is intermittent, it might not occur when the mechanic of technician is present to observe it. Follow Toyota’s advice and record instances with as much detail as you can. The more information you can gibe Toyota the better the chance of fixing the problem.Show more
Mazda 6 vs Toyota Camry
There’s no reason to think the Hybrid will not last as long as a regular petrol vehicle.
Toyota has been making hybrids for many, many years and they have never shown any sign of being less durable or reliable then the company’s petrol models. The batteries are said to last the lifetime of the vehicle, so there’s reason to be concerned about that either. The thing with the hybrid is the higher purchase price. That’s offset by the lower fuel consumption, so the longer you keep the vehicles the greater the chance to recoup the extra initial cost.
The other thing to consider is that hybrids work at their best in stop-start city traffic, they are not so good out on country roads where the petrol engine comes into play more of the time.Show more
What car should I buy for $70,000?
You’ve pretty much covered the field there, so it should come down to what you want from your car. Do you want comfort, safety, fuel efficiency, offroad capability, cabin space? If you are mostly driving on the highway, then a diesel SUV is probably the best bet. I would rule out a dual-cab ute because of comfort, unless you need the flexibility a ute gives you. I would rule out a hybrid, they’re not at their most efficient on the highway; they’re better suited to town use. Based on your annual mileage I wouldn’t keep the car any more than 3-4 years, that way you’ll have a decent resale value when you get out of it.Show more
Toyota Camry 2018: Why does it come with a space-saver spare tyre?
Cost, weight, and space saving are all advantages with a space-saver. I guess the other consideration is just how many times do you need to call on the spare. For most people the spare goes along for the road and is rarely used.Show more