2025 Toyota Camry Review India

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2025 Toyota Camry  – The Toyota Camry is a high-end sedan produced by Toyota, whose main markets are America and Australia. The Camry was the sweetest car in the U.S. from 1997 to 2000, and from 2002 to the present. The Camry is also sold in Japan, as well as various Asian, Middle Eastern, and Latin American countries. In Europe, the Camry isn’t selling well, and was no longer on the market, but since 2019, the latest generation of the Camry has started to hit the market.

Camry started with Celica Camry, an expensive version of Toyota Carina. The car was sold only in Japan from 1980 to 1982. Since 1998, Camry has been a member of Indonesia for a long time.

2025 Toyota Camry

The 2025 Toyota Camry shares a name plate with generations to come before, but its extroverted styling and performance model makes it almost unrecognizable. This is because the current Camry is unequivocally the most determined so far. The standard, albeit humdrum, four-cylinder engine is economical and fine for the driver’s daily duty. The hybrid version maximizes fuel economy, even if accelerating it is unthinkable. That leaves the lustful 301 hp V-6 to pick up the pace, especially on the sporty-tuned Camry TRD, which is actually fun to drive. While rivals like the Honda Accord and Hyundai Sonata are more refined and satisfying overall, Toyota has its desirable features, such as a full package of standard active safety features and goodwill generated by decades of proven reliability.

What’s new for 2025

The only news for the 2025 camry lineup relates to what its countless models look like. Unlike before, the nightshade look package (which adds black exterior trim, black wheels, etc.) can now be had on hybrid models. Camry’s color options are also a little different, with Edge White now available at non-TRD trim levels. However, the Galactic Aqua Hue was discontinued.

Doing and which to buy

We would choose the cleanest Camry from the crowd, and that is the tuned TRD model. It is only available with 301 hp V-6 and eight-speed automatic. In addition to the racial body kit, complete with a discreet rear spoiler and a pair of prominent exhaust tips, sedan sports are suspension that’s 0.6 inches lower than on regular models. Other performance-enhancing features include larger front brake rotors and black 18-inch rims that can be had with all-season or summer tires. The upgrades make the Camry TRD more indulging in driving than the rest of the lineup, even if its cat exhaust system back doesn’t sound as exciting as its many aerodynamic accessories suggest.

2025 Toyota Camry Engine, Transmission and Performance

Standard four-cylinder engine pairs with a silky eight-speed automatic, but its acceleration numbers are disappointing. A less powerful version of that engine runs on battery and two electric motors to power the Camry hybrid, which is no more exciting to drive than the base powertrain. The real gem of this lineup is the velvety V-6 of 301 hp which is available on XLE and XSE models as well as on the TRD variant. We’re also glad to say we don’t hate driving the Camry anymore. It has a controlled ride and surprisingly responsive handling. The steering wheel is pleasantly tugged and feels substantial in the corner and light when maneuvering in car parks. We found a camry brake that is responsive and not too soft, even in a hybrid, where it has to melt friction with regenerative braking (where energy from braking is used to charge a hybrid battery). However, at lower speeds, the hybrid brake pedal is oversensitive, making parking maneuvers a bit of a jerky-jerking affair.2025 Toyota Camry Engine, Transmission and Performance

2025 Toyota Camry Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

The entire camry setup performed extremely well in EPA tests, and the four-cylinder model did a great job of testing us on real-world highways. The most efficient non-hybrid Camry models are the LE and SE with a four-cylinder engine, which earned EPA estimates of 28 mpg city and 39 mpg highway; the basic LE hybrid earned 51 mpg city and 53 mpg highway ratings. The upper trims of the hybrid sacrifice some efficiency on the altar of luxury, however, and the models powered by the V-6 earned ratings from 22 mpg city and up to 33 mpg highway. The four-cylinder Camry SE returned 45 mpg on our highway test, beating our own EPA rating by 6 mpg- and making it the most powerful non-hybrid car we’ve ever tested. It even beat the Camry XLE hybrid we tested for 1 mpg. For more information on the fuel economy of the Camry, visit the EPA website.2025 Toyota Camry Review India

2025 Toyota Camry Interior, Comfort and Cargo

We drove the Camry in both top XLE guise and in its more plebeian SE trim. Both are spacious and comfortable, and the XLE is just luxurious. However, there is a serious gap in the quality of the material between the entry level models and the more expensive versions, and the central part of the board left some of us cool with its uninspiring design. The Camry is a large sedan, and has plenty of cargo space and internal storage both in its trunk and in its cabin with the seat folded. It is not the best in every category of warehouses, but overall, it is completely competitive. Toyota has moved the Camry Hybrid Battery from the trunk to under the rear seats, so hybrid owners don’t have to sacrifice payload capacity for the extra mpg.

2025 Toyota Camry Infotainment and connectivity

Toyota’s touchscreen infotainment system – called Entune 3.0 – is standard over the Camry setup, with an enhanced version available as an option. Entune has a bunch of features and reasonably responds well to user inputs in our tests, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility are standard.

2025 Toyota Camry Safety and driver assistance functions

We continue to applaud Toyota’s decision to make driver assistance technology standard on all Camry models. For more information on Camry’s crash test results, visit the websites of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Highway Safety Authority (IIHS).

2025 Toyota Camry Warranty and maintenance coverage

While rivals such as the Hyundai Sonata and Kia Optima have longer warranty periods in this class, Toyota is holding its own with two years of maintenance.