2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid Review Australia – Toyota has raised prices for the Camry mid-size sedan range by $500 for the model 2020 years due to the weakening of the Australian dollar.
Speaking to CarsGuide, a Toyota Australia spokesman said: “From time to time, Toyota adjusts the price of the vehicle according to the business conditions.
“It is influenced by various economic and business factors.”
Toyota has also increased prices for the RAV4 mid-size SUV and LandCruiser 200 Series for the same reason, while the Mazda CX-5 and Nissan X-Trail also creeps up due to the reinforcement of the Japanese Yen.
Thus, the range-opening ascent now kicks off at $28,290 before on-Road costs, while sports climbing is $30,590, SX is $33,890 and SL is $40,590.
All of these grades are backed by a 2.5-liter four cylinder petrol engine developing 135kW power and 235Nm torque in all but climbing, which results in less 2kW/4Nm.
As for the hybrid variants, climbing, Sport climbing and SL are now priced at $30,590, $32,590 and $41,590 respectively, while the output was raised to 160kW/270Nm thanks to the addition of electric motors.
The Topping of the 2020 Camry range is the two 224kW/362Nm 3.5-liter V6-powered value, the $37,890 SX and $44,590 SL.
Hybrid Camrys is the only version to use continuous variable transmission, the remaining mid-size sedan range is dimated into the six-speed automatic torque converter.
All Camrys send drives to the front wheels.
The standard specification mirror 2019 line-up with the exception of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto added to all cars from October 21.
Safety features at no additional cost include seven airbags, autonomous emergency braking, lane-departure warnings, adaptive Cruise Control, automatic high beams and reversing the camera.
Stepping into a climbing class sports bodykits adding sports, a 8.0-inch multimedia system with satellite navigation, dual-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, and Keyless entry and start.
The SX variant gets the steering wheel of paddle shifters, 19-inch wheels, different front Grille, spoiler bootlid, gym seat and wireless smartphone charger.
Finally, Top-spec SL Grade nets blind-spot monitors, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, 18-inch wheels, accented leather seats, 10-inch Head-up Display and refrigerated front lead.
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Prices have increased in the range of Toyota Camry to 2020.
Now made in Japan, the evergreen front-drive mid-size sedan will rise $500 in price as a result of fluctuations in Australia’s weakening dollar.
“From time to time, Toyota adjusts the vehicle price according to the business conditions. It is influenced by various economic and business factors, “a spokesman said Carsales.
As a result, the entrance to the Camry range now starts at $28,290 Plus on-Road costs for climbing, with modest price increases also adopted for sport climbing ($30,590), SX ($33,890) and SL ($40,590).
Visually, Camry 2020 is identical to the replaced car.
Similarly, all the grades use the same 2.5-liter four-cylinder naturally-Aspirated gasoline engine with 135kW and 235Nm, save for climbing a slightly less powerful lower 133kW/231Nm Tune.
The hybrid variant uses the same gasoline four cylinders paired with an electric motor, increasing the output to 160kW and 270Nm respectively and sending the drive through CVT. The Camry Hybrid Line-up consists of climbing ($30,590), Climbing Sport ($32,590) and SL ($41,490). …
As before, the 2020 Toyota Camry line-up is topped by two 224kW/362Nm 3.5-liter V6 classes, the SX ($37,890) and the SL ($44,590).
The 2020 Toyota Camry line-up will incorporate the 7.0-inch Infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard, on top of the carryover 2019 specifications.
The latter includes 17-Inch Alloy Wheels, LED lights and tail-lamps, fabric seats, six stereo speakers and a 4.2-Inch digital display driver, which separates the two traditional analog gauges.
Camry’s standard safety Suite comprises seven airbags, autonomous emergency braking, line departure alerts, adaptive cruise control, automatic headlights, and camera reversals.
The food chain further, climbing Sport Grade and above employs a larger 8.0 inch unit with a sat-nav, body sports kit, dual-zone climate control, with no locks in/beginning and front/back parking sensors.
The SX variant adds a larger 19 inch wheel, a sports seat, a wireless phone charger and a steering wheel mounted on a paddle shifters. Short Sportier is also externally denoted with different front Grille and bootlid spoiler.
Meanwhile, SL values are differentiated with leather accented seats, head display screen, heated and refrigerated seating, blind-spot monitoring and cross-cross traffic warnings.
How much does Toyota Camry 2020 cost?
Rock Climbing 2.5 L-$ 28,290
Sports Climbing 2.5 L-30.590
FROM SX 2.5 L – $33,890
SL 2.5 L – $40,590
Hybrid Sports Climbing-32.590