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Toyota Prices Upgraded 2021 Camry From $27,250, Hybrid Cheaper Than 2020

For 2021, the Toyota Camry is gaining new exterior styling, a heavily revised interior, and the latest version of the Toyota Safety Sense active safety bundle. Despite the extra content, the price is up just $630 from last year, starting at $27,250. More impressively, if you're looking at the hybrid version of the car, the price starts $760 lower than last year, from $30,790 for Camry Hybrid LE.

On top of new wheel designs, Toyota has upgraded the front fascias to help freshen up the look of the Camry, but it's inside that counts. There, Toyota has fitted new 7.0- or 9.0-inch floating-look touchscreen infotainment displays that have Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity. The seats get new trim and appearance options including a herringbone pattern for XLE, and the trim inside can be had in a dark finish, wood, or metal depending on your desired trim level.

Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ is the latest version of the TSS system and enhances the old with intersection support. That's designed to help the vehicle detect an oncoming vehicle or pedestrian if you're making a left-hand turn, and it can even add emergency braking in some situations. TSS 2.5+ also gets emergency steering assist to help stabilize your driving in an emergency manoeuvre on top of the existing features including radar cruise control, pre-collision system, and automatic high beams.

Camry starts with the LE Base model, featuring A/C, cloth seats, a 4.2-inch info display, and LED headlights. The full LE adds 17-inch alloys, eight-way power driver seat, and heated fronts and can be had with AWD. LE Upgrade adds a 9.0-inch audio system with connected services, dual-zone climate control, wireless charging, and smart key with push-button start.

XLE adds 18-inch alloys, premium audio with navigation, power moonroof, heated wheel, leather seats, premium lights, and more, as well as AWD, and can be had with a V6 that comes with 10-inch head up display, parking clearance sensors, and bird's-eye-view camera.

On the sportier side is the SE with 17-inch alloys, sport fabric heated front seats, and leather-wrapped wheel, with AWD available. Nightshade offers black trim and 18-inch wheels, while XSE adds 19's, panoramic roof, leather seats, and can be fitted with a V6 or AWD. Top of the line is the TRD V6 with TRD exhaust and body kit plus embroidered seats and a TRD performance suspension. Hybrid is offered in LE, XLE, SE, and XSE trims, equipped like the non-hybrid counterparts with the addition of the hybrid-electric powertrain and a 4.9 L/100 km city rating.

The 2021 Toyota Camry is available now at dealers nationwide.

2021 Toyota Camry Canadian Pricing

LE Base $27,250
LE Base Comfort $28,070
LE $28,970
LE AWD $30,590
LE Upgrade $31,050
XLE $36,850
XLE AWD $38,650
XLE V6 $41,990

SE $29,250
SE AWD $31,050
SE Upgrade $32,050
SE Upgrade AWD $33,850
Nightshade AWD $36,250
XSE $35,390
XSE AWD $37,190
XSE V6 $40,890
TRD V6 $36,540

LE Hybrid $30,790
SE Hybrid $34,050
XLE Hybrid $39,690
XSE Hybrid $37,390