2014 Toyota Camry

2014 Camry offers some new and exciting features in saftey, interior and exterior that makes Camry one of the worlds most popular cars.

2014 Toyota Camry

June 4th, 2013

Toyota Camry for 2014 is set to continue the dominance of this vehicle worldwide. Made in more countries now this vehicle on a proven chassis offers good value motoring at a good value price.

We may not aspire to own a Camry but 2014 Camry offers a model range and features that will encourage a larger range of car buyers.

Engine sizes and styles, economy in Hybrid and diesel. Popular safety features  will be enhanced and added to making it a acceptable safe vehicle on world standing.

The 2014 Toyota Camry  will offer a base model through to super luxury incorporating computer enhancements not found in some previous models in the last 10 years.  The look also will offer a break away from the previous look now in its 9 th year.

Camry in 2013 has proven to be a winner heading towards the 500,000 sales number for 2014. Toyota Camry is here for a long time yet.

Toyota also in 2014 will continue its commitment to motor sport especially in the US with NASCAR.Toyota NASCAR for 2013

Although far from the showroom NASCAR in recent years has had the name Camry out  with the automotive buying public.

The many varieties  in the model range shows the diversity of the model and the brand.

Australian Pricing and Models for New Toyota Camry In AUD

ALTISE FROM $30,490* 4D SEDAN 6 SP AUTOMATIC
ATARA R SE FROM $31,820* 4D SEDAN 6 SP AUTOMATIC
ATARA S FROM $33,490* 4D SEDAN 6 SP AUTOMATIC
ATARA SL FROM $39,990* 4D SEDAN 6 SP AUTOMATIC
ATARA SX FROM $35,990* 4D SEDAN 6 SP AUTOMATIC
HYBRID H FROM $34,990* 4D SEDAN CONTINUOUS VARIABLE
HYBRID HL FROM $41,490* 4D SEDAN CONTINUOUS VARIABLE

Toyota Camry dominates the mid-size sedan segment,accounting for one in every three vehicles sold. Car Showroom has just driven the all-new fifth generation Toyota Camry and it surprised us with much-improved on –road dynamics (ride, handling, performance), significant gains in interior space and remarkable value

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  • Jeff VanTassell says on: September 25, 2012 at 12:59 pm

     

    I love it! I want to own one.

  • Alfredo Rios says on: November 5, 2012 at 9:00 am

     

    slow, this car need a super charger and 600 hp

    • Paul Everett Vinson says on: January 4, 2013 at 5:05 am

       

      What you want is a sports car or perfomance car. The Toyota Camry is a family sedan for those who prefer a quite soft comfortable ride and a car with clean lines.

  • ekene gideon says on: January 27, 2013 at 8:04 am

     

    Great work from camry family, and with hope it will out perform its pairs

  • Donald Wassum says on: February 25, 2013 at 9:06 am

     

    My wife and I bought and drove a 2000 Camray for 12 years and have enjoyed it very much. We decided to upgrade and purchased a new 2013 Camray LE this passed year.
    We are fairly satisfied with it but with a few complaints. First, and for us, it does not handle (or steer) and ride as well as our 2000 model. Road and engine noise is more noticeable. This may be due, in part, of the use of too much hard plastic inside. There is very little cloth fabric or cloth floor carpeting used to help absorb noise like in the older models.
    If the increase in the inside noise level or the firmer suspention (for a sedan it needs to be softened somewhat) than this is one to own

  • Ken Molina says on: March 2, 2013 at 12:32 pm

     

    Rumor is that the 2014 will include a 2.0 Turbo engine like Hyundai and Kia. It may not be 600 hp but if it’s anything like my Optima that has a turbo that would be good enough for me…

  • lewis lawhorn says on: March 28, 2013 at 6:55 pm

     

    I much does this one cost since you two been raising prices for the last two years only the upper middle class can afford it now

  • Andy Scott says on: March 31, 2013 at 11:26 pm

     

    While Toyota made improvements to the 2012 Camry, they blew the styling when it comes to the grille and tail lights. The big chrome bar with the logo in front looks as though it were an afterthought. It does not connect with the rest of the grille. Likewise, the tail light on the fender does not flow into the trunk as in past years. Just about every other Toyota vehicle does a better job with the front and back of a car, including previous Camrys. Otherwise, it is a great car. Photos of what is supposed to be the 2014 Camry show a much improved front and back.

  • Terri Jones says on: May 11, 2013 at 10:44 am

     

    When will the 2014 toyato camary be released??? where can I see photos?

    • Mary Keenan says on: May 29, 2013 at 4:35 am

       

      When will the 2014 toyota camry be available for purchase? Also would like to see photos.

  • Al Khan says on: August 2, 2013 at 9:21 am

     

    I have owned, since 1970, seventeen vehicles in my family. Of which Toyotas were the vast majority. Toyotas are good reliable vehicles with pretty good working life of at least 10 years without any problem. The only comment I would make is to have a little bit pep in their engines like the Hondas have compared to Toyotas. I would like very much to see a Toyota Corolla Wagon with a high platform like RAV-4 with a peppy engine most likely a Turbo charged and 4 wheel drive. I recently rented a Chevy Cruze LT. It is a peppy little car with a fantastic engine. Something Toyota should be able to offer in all the smaller Toyota family of vehicles including 2014 CAMRY. If Toyota does this my next car will also be a Toyota. Else, I will go for a Honda or an American car, some of them are getting better each year.

  • jack says on: August 21, 2013 at 11:22 am

     

    I BOUGHT 2013 CAMRY SE. AND I LOVE IT, RUN VERY GOOD ,POWERFUL,AND BEST QUALITY OF TOYOTA #1 FOR ME.

  • Doyle Maxwell says on: September 29, 2013 at 1:05 am

     

    I own a 2005 camry, I have 293,000 miles on it and it does not miss a beat. I use mobil1 full sin. oil and its the extended 15,000 mile oil. I change it every 10,000 miles and use the fhram 10,000 miles filer. Not a exciteable car to drive but has lots of power for a 4 banger and VERY dependable.

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