Toyota Camry (2019–)

Model History

June 2018

Toyota to reintroduce Camry

Toyota announced it is to reintroduce the Camry to the UK market after a 14-year absence, launching a new self-charging hybrid electric model to maintain the company’s presence in the large and executive saloon market.

Its arrival during 2019 will increase Toyota’s European hybrid line-up to eight models, spanning the motoring spectrum from the Yaris supermini to the RAV4 SUV.

Camry will return in its all-new, eighth generation form, showcasing the engineering and design benefits of the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA). The TNGA platform is central to achieving strong “fun-to-drive” dynamic qualities together with alluring styling, precision build quality, highly efficient packaging and the use of innovative, user-friendly technologies.

As a result, Camry advances all the core qualities that have made it so popular to date, including segment-leading quality, durability and reliability, quiet running and superb ride quality. To this are added head-turning interior and exterior design, even higher comfort levels, a state-of-the-art powertrain and more driving pleasure, thanks to ride and handling specifically tuned for the European market.

An extended roofline ensures comfortable cabin dimensions, while compact side glazing contained with the wheelbase gives Camry a stylish and sporting appearance.

The interior fuses style, comfort and craftsmanship. In the front, a curving dashboard encloses an ergonomically excellent, driver-focused cockpit. In the rear, passengers are provided with spacious and comfortable accommodation.

March 2019

Toyota Camry prices announced

Already on the streets in significan numbers in countries such as Thailand, the new Camry will be available in the UK two equipment grades – Design and Excel. On-the-road prices are £29,995 for the Design version and £31,295 for the Excel.

The Design comes as standard with 17-inch nine-spoke alloy wheels with 215/55 R18 tyres, leather upholstery, LED headlights, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, smart entry and push-button start, front and rear parking sensors, reversing camera, heated and power-adjustable front seats with lumbar support, seven-inch TFT multi-information display and Toyota Touch 2 multimedia system with seven-inch touchscreen, navigation, Bluetooth and DAB.

Toyota Safety Sense active safety systems are also included in the package, comprising Pre-Collision Safety system with pedestrian detection, Adaptive Cruise Control with full speed range following, Lane Departure Alert with steering assist, Road Sign Assist, Sway Warning and Automatic High Beam.

The Camry Excel builds on this specification with 18-inch 20-spoke alloys with 235/45 R18 tyres, LED fog lights, LED dual-beam projector headlights, Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, wireless charging tray, Intelligent Clearance Sonar and Lane Change Assist.

There are five body colour options at launch, including new Platinum White Pearl and Graphite Shadow shades.

Camry’s hybrid system delivers 215PS and CO2 emissions from 98 to 101g/km, according to model grade, (NEDC correlated data), with combined cycle fuel consumption from 50.5 to 53.3mpg (WLTP data). Orders open from 1 April 2019 with customer deliveries from 1 July 2019.

May 3019

Toyota five year warranty can now be extended to seven years for £495, including MoT and Toyota Roadside Assistance.

What does a Toyota Camry (2019) cost?

Contract hire from £329.18 per month