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How do I operate the adaptive cruise control in my vehicle?

Adaptive cruise control supplements conventional cruise control with an active vehicle-to-vehicle distance control feature. designed for use on freeways and express ways, in vehicle-to-vehicle distance control mode, your car automatically acceler... sep 24, 2022 • knowledge, new section, only answer.

Adaptive cruise control supplements conventional cruise control with an active vehicle-to-vehicle distance control feature. Designed for use on freeways and express ways, in vehicle-to-vehicle distance control mode, your car automatically accelerates or decelerates in order to maintain a preset following distance from the vehicle traveling directly ahead of you.

To activate the system, press the "ON/OFF" button at the end of the stalk on the lower end of the right side of the steering wheel. The radar-ready indicator will appear in the Multi Information Display.

Accelerate or decelerate to your intended speed, then press the stalk down to set it. If you want to go faster, push the stalk upward and hold until you've reached the desired speed and then release it. Or, if you want to slow down, push the stalk down and hold as you decelerate, then release it once you've reached the desired speed.

To cancel cruise control, tap the brakes, pull the stalk towards you or turn the system off with the ON/OFF button.

Adaptive Cruise Control was designed to maintain the preset distance between your car and the car driving in the same lane directly ahead of you.

When it’s active, it automatically adjusts for changes in the speed of the vehicle traveling directly ahead of you in order to maintain the vehicle-to-vehicle distance you set.

In the event that you would like to change the preset distance between vehicles, you can do so by using the radar range button located on the lower right side of the steering wheel. Simply press the button repeatedly to cycle through the ranges available. You'll find them displayed on the Multi Information Display. And finally, you can disable the distance holding feature by pushing the cruise control stalk away and holding it until the indicator disappears and the conventional cruise control indicator lights up.

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Disclaimer: Adaptive Cruise Control is designed to assist the driver and is not a substitute for safe and attentive driving practices. See your  Owner's Manual for important instructions and cautions.

Not all features are available on all vehicles and model grades. Please see your Owner's Manual for further details and important safety information.

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What is toyota dynamic radar cruise control (drcc).

Here is one feature I guarantee: once you start using it, you will be spoiled when driving long distances and even daily use. Toyota’s Dynamic Radar Cruise Control has made it easy to navigate longer trips because its set-it-and-forget-it cruising feature is intuitive and convenient.

DRCC is a radar adaptive cruise control that works based on the preceding vehicle in front of you to maintain a preset distance and cruising speed above 20 mph.

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How does toyota's dynamic radar cruise control work.

DRCC is an adaptive cruise control system that uses a millimeter wave radar to detect vehicles ahead of the driver. The system allows the driver to enter one of four preset distances to keep the vehicle cruising at a speed set by the driver above 20 miles per hour.

The vehicle-to-vehicle distance control system allows a driver to use one of three preset distances from the vehicle ahead of the driver if the vehicle is traveling 20 mph or more.

Only in some Toyota vehicles can you toggle between the Standard Cruise Control mode versus the Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, which is the Adaptive mode.

Note:  It is always the driver’s responsibility; only depend on the system partially.

How to use the Dynamic Radar Cruise Control

You will have one of two DRCC system interfaces on most Toyota vehicles. First, you have the Cruise Control on the right-hand side of the steering wheel on a stem, with the on and off switch on the end of the stem. Second, you will have an on and off button on the right-hand side of the steering wheel to engage the system.

DRCC Stem Cruise Control

  • To activate the stem cruise control, ensure the button on the end of the stem has been depressed and the cruise control light appears on the dashboard or within the multi-information display.
  • Once you reach your cruising speed, press DOWN on the stem towards the vehicle’s floor. By default, the vehicle will be set at the furthest vehicle distance setting, three or four, based on your vehicle. 
  • Use the distance button to adjust to the “following distance” preset if you would like to ride closer to the preceding vehicle in front of you.
  • Hold the cruise stem UP towards the vehicle’s ceiling to increase your set speed, or hold the stem DOWN to decrease your speed. 
  • Pull the stem towards you to cancel the cruise control and enter coast mode, or press the brake pedal.
  • To Re-engage, pull the stem UP to RESUME the cruise control and return to the speed previously set.

To activate the DRCC mounted on the steering wheel:

  • Locate and push the button with a speedometer icon and the word “mode” below it.
  • Toggle this button to switch from standard Cruise Control mode to Adaptive Cruise Control. The Multi-Informational Display (MID) will display the mode you have entered.
  • Ensure the cruise control light stays illuminated, verifying this system is still active.
  • Reach your desired speed and use the SET button; in some vehicles, the set button appears with a car between two lane markers and the speedometer icon below. 
  • To toggle between the preset distances, use the button with a car and three bars below it. Each button press will decrease the preset distance to follow the preceding vehicle in front of you more closely until cycling back to the furthest distance setting.
  • The +RES/- button will increase your speed when pressing the +RES and decrease when pressing the – button.
  • Just one press will increase or decrease by a mile per hour.
  • Holding either button will increase or reduce the rate of speed more dramatically.
  • You will enter a coast mode with the cancel button or hit the brake pedal.

Additional DRCC Setting

On some vehicles, you can make fine-tune adjustments to the DRCC. To do so, use the Direction pad on the left side of the steering wheel. 

  • Use the Direction pad to navigate to the SETTINGS menu.
  • Navigate to the DRCC settings.
  • Acceleration Setting, choose your preset level of acceleration.
  • Guide message on or off
  • Curve Speed Reduction, OFF, Low, Mid, or High.
  • Press the Back button to return to the previous menu.

Full-Speed Range DRCC vs. Standard DRCC

The Full-Speed Range DRCC works with the Toyota Pre-Collision System to make driving highly convenient. This system is designed to work in a broader speed range than the standard DRCC. 

The system uses low-speed following under certain circumstances and intuitive braking to help avoid colliding with preceding vehicles. The automatic braking features help slow down the vehicle as you head into traffic and alert you via the collision warning system controlled by the  Toyota Pre-Collision System .

Full-Speed Range is an enhanced version of DRCC that has improved vehicle detection, providing more natural, smoother speed adjustments. Plus, a fourth preset distance setting vs. the three is now standard in this updated system.

Benefits of Toyota Dynamic Radar Cruise Control

Reduced Driver Fatigue:  By maintaining a set speed and distance from the car in front, DRCC allows drivers to relax a bit more on long journeys, reducing fatigue.

Enhanced Safety:  DRCC adjusts your speed to maintain a safe following distance, reducing the likelihood of rear-end collisions.

Adaptive Speed Control:  Unlike standard cruise control, DRCC can automatically adjust the vehicle’s speed based on the traffic conditions.

Convenience:  DRCC adds a layer of convenience for highway driving or when you’re in stop-and-go traffic, making the driving experience more comfortable.

Improved Fuel Efficiency:  When you maintain a consistent speed using smooth acceleration and deceleration patterns, DRCC can improve your fuel efficiency.

Reduced Cognitive Load:  The system takes over adjusting speed and maintaining distance, allowing drivers to focus on other aspects of driving, such as steering and observing road conditions.

Ease of Use:  Generally, DRCC is user-friendly and easy to engage/disengage, making it accessible even for those unfamiliar with advanced car technologies.

Enhanced Confidence:  Knowing that the vehicle has an additional layer of safety can provide drivers with greater peace of mind, especially in challenging driving conditions.

Future-proof:  As vehicle technologies advance, features like DRCC are likely to receive Over-The-Air updates or work in conjunction with other evolving technologies, making the car more adaptable for the future.

Integration with Other Safety Systems:  As part of the Toyota Safety Sense program, DRCC complements other safety features for a holistic approach to road safety. One of these features is Lane Tracing Assist, which helps keep a vehicle centered in its lane, even while you drive on bending roads.

Toyota Safety Sense 3.0

Now standard across the lineup are  Blind Spot Monitors (BSM)  with  Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA)  for a safer, more convenient driving experience. New  Traffic Jam Assist (TJA)  facilitates stop-and-go driving on congested roads by controlling acceleration, braking, and steering within a speed range of 0 to 25 mph.  Toyota Safety Sense (TSS)  is an advanced suite of safety features designed to keep drivers and passengers safer on the road. These innovative technologies help avoid accidents altogether. Here is a list of components within the suite:

  • Pre-Collision System (PCS) : Detects vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists, providing warnings and emergency braking if needed.
  • Lane Departure Alert (LDA) : Warns drivers of unintentional lane departure and may provide corrective steering.
  • Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC) : Maintains a set distance from the vehicle ahead, adjusting speed accordingly.
  • Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) : Keeps the vehicle centered in its lane using lane markers and preceding vehicles.
  • Automatic High Beams (AHB) : Automatically switches between high and low beams based on surrounding traffic.
  • Road Sign Assist (RSA) : Detects and displays road signs to enhance driver awareness.
  • Proactive Driving Assist (PDA) : Provides braking or steering support to maintain distance and stay in lane.

Recap of Toyota DRCC

DRCC can be very beneficial in everyday use; even with heavy traffic, it can assist drivers and take some of the stress of driving off you. It’s simple to set up and fully customizable if you change your mind or need to cruise at much lower speeds, like going through a small town.

I use this feature to stay under the speed limit as an extra precaution to avoid getting a ticket.

As always, while DRCC offers numerous benefits, it’s not a substitute for attentive driving. It’s crucial to remain fully focused on the road and be prepared to take control of the vehicle at any time.

Frequently Asked Questions

DRCC is a feature that automatically adjusts your vehicle’s speed to maintain a preset following distance from the car ahead. It enhances safety, reduces driver fatigue, and offers added convenience, especially during long drives or in stop-and-go traffic.

Most 2023 Toyota models come standard with Toyota Safety Sense, which has Dynamic Radar Cruise Control or the upgraded version of the Full-Speed Range DRCC. However, the only vehicle not included is the GR Supra. Visit , and you can enter your vehicle’s year and model for more details if DRCC is on your particular vehicle.

DRCC automatically adjusts your vehicle’s speed to maintain a set distance from the car in front. Full-Speed Range DRCC offers the same features but can bring your vehicle to a complete stop and resume speed again, making it more suitable for stop-and-go traffic conditions.

To turn on Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, you typically press the cruise control button on the steering wheel, then set your desired speed and the following distance using the steering wheel controls. Also, above are more detailed instructions on how to use the DRCC. *Always refer to your vehicle’s manual for specific instructions.

“DRCC Unavailable” usually indicates that the system cannot function properly at the moment. This could be due to sensor issues, poor weather conditions, or other factors. On Toyota vehicles, the radar sensor is behind the Toyota emblem; a glassy-looking plastic cover in front is usually it. Try cleaning this area free of bugs and debris. It can also be a rectangular plastic window built within the grille of Toyota trucks. *Check your vehicle’s owner’s manual or see your local dealer.

Note: Always refer to the vehicle’s Owner’s Manual for more detailed information about your specific vehicle. Safe driving practices should always be followed. For more details, contact your local Toyota Dealer or visit .

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Mechanical Details of the DRCC

On any stretch of road, cruise control allows you to give your leg a rest by automatically engaging the vehicle to continue on at current speed while at the same time depending on your input for minor steering changes and braking. The DRCC goes a step further, using active vehicle-to-vehicle distance control to automatically brake the vehicle when another car enters into the lane in front of you. Using radar technology, the vehicle gauges the speed of the car ahead of your own and then automatically adjusts your vehicle speed to maintain the preset following distance. It’s almost like having a car drive itself.

As time goes by, there will be a lot more advances in drive assist controls, but for now the DRCC from Toyota is the most advanced system currently on the market. Additional safety is always a positive thing and Toyota has been mindful of the safety of its vehicle occupants from day one. If you’re interested in trying out Toyota’s DRCC, you can check out Warrenton Toyota in Warrenton, VA today and get a feel for this remarkable new technology yourself!

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Clear-Cut Leader: The 2021 Toyota Camry Adds More Variants While Advancing Safety

Clear-Cut Leader: The 2021 Toyota Camry Adds More Variants While Advancing Safety

  • One of the First Toyotas to Debut New Safety Sense 2.5+
  • New, First-Ever XSE Hybrid Grade
  • Restyled Front Styling
  • New 7- and 9-inch Floating Multimedia Displays
  • Luxurious New Herringbone Pattern Seats in XLE
  • Revised Dash and Console Trim in All Grades
  • Vibrant New Exterior Colors
  • All Camry Hybrid Grades Will Be, on Average, Reduced by $1,200 From 2020 Model Year

PLANO, Texas (July 15, 2020) – Turning 37 can be a tough transition for some, but for the Toyota Camry, it’s a celebratory marker for this landmark model’s largest, most diverse lineup ever. The first-ever XSE Hybrid grade combines the Camry’s most fuel-efficient powertrain with its highest expression of the sport and luxury blend. All 2021 Camry models debut Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+, the automaker’s newest version of the groundbreaking driver assist technology suite that includes automatic emergency braking.

All Camry models for 2021 also get an added dose of tech and luxury with a new floating multimedia screen in 7-inch or 9-inch sizes, plus a new herringbone seat pattern on the XLE grade. Capping off the long list of enhancements, restyled front ends lend greater distinction among Camry grades.

This expansion for 2021 follows a year in which Camry added an all-wheel drive option and its first-ever TRD performance model. The “L” grade has been discontinued for 2021. The LE now becomes the point of entry for the model line.

All told, the 2021 Camry offers 17 different choices in the midsize sedan segment today. Those choices include:

  • Three V6 grades – XLE, XSE and TRD
  • Five 4-cyl. FWD grades – LE, XLE, SE, SE Nightshade, XSE
  • Five 4-cyl. AWD grades – LE, XLE, SE, SE Nightshade, XSE
  • Four hybrid grades – LE, XLE, SE, XSE (new)

The wide array of choices plus Camry’s alluring, coupe-inspired design and renowned Toyota quality and value are reasons why Camry maintains leadership in the mid-size sedan category. Camry holds its status as America’s favorite midsize sedan for 18 years running and, as well, is one of the longest-running nameplates in the auto industry.

Bold New Look Up Front

A new look up front distinguishes the comfort-oriented LE and XLE grades from the sport-oriented SE and XSE for 2021. A new front fascia for the Camry LE and XLE grades shows a more defined lower intake area. The gas version of the LE grade also debuts a new 17-inch alloy wheel design, while the XLE features a redesigned 18-inch alloy wheel. The SE and XSE grades show off a bolder redesigned lower fascia shape featuring a honeycomb style grille and side vent inserts, plus new side vent accents.

Accentuating the revised design, the 2021 Camry augments its exterior paint palette with new Blueprint replacing Blue Streak Metallic and a new, exclusive color for the Camry TRD, Ice Edge with a two-tone Midnight Black Metallic roof. The XSE grades now offer the two-tone Supersonic Red with Midnight Black Metallic roof combination.

The performance-tuned Camry TRD, which debuted for 2020, keeps its exclusive, aero-enhanced design. The 2021 Camry TRD now comes standard with Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, plus heated exterior mirrors. Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert are now standalone options on LE, SE and SE Nightshade grades. XSE and XLE grades already have those features as standard.

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Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+

Toyota is a pioneering force in the adoption of Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) ever since it made the advanced safety features standard across many of its model lineup for 2017, five years ahead of the voluntary commitment by many OEMs with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to make it standard on virtually all light vehicles. For 2021, the Camry is one of the first Toyota models to include TSS 2.5+, the next phase in Toyota’s evolution of safety systems. A number of functions that are part of the Toyota Safety Sense have been enhanced.

For starters, the Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection (PCS w/PD), features multiple enhancements. By enhancing the system capabilities, it is now possible for the system to help detect not only the vehicle ahead but also a preceding bicyclist in daytime and even a preceding pedestrian in low-light conditions. TSS 2.5+ also enhances the PCS w/PD system with intersection support. At intersections, the system may detect an oncoming vehicle or pedestrian when performing a left-hand turn and may provide audio/visual alerts and automatic braking in certain conditions. Additional PCS functions include emergency steering assist, which is designed to stabilize the driver’s emergency steering maneuvers within their lane while avoiding a preceding pedestrian, bicyclist or vehicle.

Camrys that come equipped with Full-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC), which can activate the feature above 30 mph, have a system designed to perform vehicle-to-vehicle distance controls down to 0 mph and resume from a stop. DRCC also includes a new feature that allows for smoother overtaking of slower vehicles. If traveling behind a vehicle traveling slower than the preset speed, once the driver engages the turn signal with steering input the system will provide an initial increase in acceleration in preparation for changing lanes; after changing lanes, the vehicle will continue acceleration until it reaches the preset driving speed.

Lane Departure Alert is designed to help notify the driver via audible alert if it senses the vehicle is leaving the lane without engaging a turn signal. When DRCC is set and engaged, Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) is designed to assist the driver by providing a slight steering force to help center the vehicle in its lane using visible lane markers or a preceding vehicle.

Additional TSS 2.5+ features include Automatic High Beams, which detects preceding or oncoming vehicles and automatically switches between high beam and low beam headlights. Road Sign Assist (RSA), which is designed to recognize certain road sign information using a forward-facing camera and display them on the multi-information display (MID).

Toyota’s Rear Seat Reminder will come standard on all 2021 Camrys. The feature notes whether a rear door was opened within 10 minutes of the vehicle being turned on, or at any time after the vehicle has been turned on, with a reminder message in the instrument cluster after the engine is turned off, accompanied by multitone chimes. The 2021 Camry is the second Toyota to feature Rear Seat Reminder, as it already comes standard on the 2020 Toyota Highlander.

In addition to the TSS 2.5+ system, to help Camry drivers change lanes with confidence, Blind Spot Monitor is designed to help detect and warn you of vehicles approaching or positioned in the adjacent lanes. Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) can offer added peace of mind by helping to detect vehicles approaching from either side while backing out and alerting you with a visual and audible warning. These features come standard on XLE and XSE grades and are available on certain LE and SE grades.

Camry All-Wheel Drive is Smarter All-Wheel Drive

The all-wheel drive option that Camry debuted for 2020 is projected to account for about 15 percent of Camry’s 2021 sales. The Toyota-developed Dynamic Torque Control AWD system is available as a standalone option for the four-cylinder LE, XLE, SE, SE Nightshade and XSE grades. Notably, the Camry AWD is a North America-only model developed in the U.S. and assembled exclusively at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky. Camry AWD uses the high-efficiency 2.5-liter Dynamic Force four-cylinder engine teamed with an eight-speed Direct-Shift automatic transmission.

Dynamic Torque Control AWD provides effective traction for inclement and slippery weather while minimizing AWD’s typical drag on fuel economy. The system can direct up to 50 percent of engine torque to the rear wheels, in response to acceleration from a start or slippage at the front wheels.

When AWD isn’t needed, the electromagnetic controlled coupling on the rear drive axle can disengage the propeller shaft to prioritize fuel efficiency. The AWD is designed to re-engage in an instant when needed and its operation is transparent to the driver and passengers.

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The addition of AWD does not affect passenger space, trunk room, ride comfort, cabin quietness or vehicle agility. Inside, the car has the same rear seat hip point height as the Camry Hybrid.

The transformation to AWD adds just 165 lbs. (LE grade; other grade weights vary) over FWD versions. The suspension tuning, wheels, and tires differentiating the Camry model grades carry over to the AWD versions. That means, for example, the Camry XSE grade features the same sport-tuned suspension and 19-inch wheels in both FWD and AWD versions.

All AWD grades offer an optional Cold-Weather Package, which adds heated seats and mirrors on the LE; heated seats, mirrors and steering wheel on the SE; and heated steering wheel on the XLE and XSE, as heated seats and mirrors are already standard on those grades. All other standard and optional features are shared with the Camry FWD model grades. For 2021, The Cold Weather Package will now be a standalone option for FWD and Hybrid grades as well.

Camry TRD: Track-Tuned, Road-Refined

Initially, the “TRD” identifier for Toyota Racing Development was seen only on off-road toughened Toyota trucks and SUVs. Yet, TRD has been deeply involved with all facets of Toyota motorsports for more than 40 years, with a trophy case full from victories in rallying, IMSA® GTO and GTP® road racing, NASCAR®, and NHRA® Funny Car racing.

The sophisticated, high-strength TNGA-K platform that underpins the Camry was like an open invitation for TRD to rev up the sedan’s performance. The result was the first-ever Camry TRD performance model for 2020, and this road-tamer continues for 2021 with upgraded standard features, including Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert. The JBL Premium Audio system is now an option on Camry TRD just as it is on other grades.

The Camry TRD is equipped exclusively with a direct-injected, 301-horsepower DOHC 3.5-liter V-6 teamed with the Direct-Shift eight-speed automatic transmission featuring sport mode and paddle shifters. A specially-tuned TRD cat-back dual exhaust system conveys a throatier idle and acceleration tone.

The TRD Look + Function

The aerodynamic body kit, which includes a front splitter, side aero skirts, trunk lid spoiler, and rear diffuser, not only adds a track-ready look but also improves high speed vehicle stability. Camry TRD wears a gloss black front grille with a sport mesh insert and black exterior badging.

Distinctive red pinstriping, red painted brake calipers, red TRD badging and polished stainless steel TRD exhaust tips complete the road-hungry look. The 2021 Camry TRD is available in solid Midnight Black Metallic, or in two-tone schemes featuring new Ice Edge or Wind Chill Pearl with a Midnight Black Metallic roof.

In the cabin, the TRD treatment outfits the Camry with Black Sport SofTex®-trimmed front seats with red accents and red-stitched TRD embroidered headrests. The leather-wrapped steering wheel also has red stitching, and even the seatbelts are red. A shift knob with an embossed TRD logo, along with unique TRD floor and trunk mats, and a unique TRD meter with red-illuminated accents and multi-information display (MID) start-up animation complete the cabin upgrades.

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TRD Handling Thrills

TRD engineers developed this special Camry’s dynamic characteristics through extensive testing at Toyota Arizona Proving Ground, TMC Higashi-Fuji Proving Ground (Japan), and MotorSport Ranch (Texas). Chassis enhancements abound, including thicker underbody braces that increase torsional rigidity.

The TRD-tuned suspension lowers Camry by 0.6 inches for a reduced center of gravity and more aggressive stance. Stiffer coil springs and sway bars increase roll stiffness by 44 percent in the front and 67 percent in the rear. A unique set of TRD shock absorbers, 19 x 8.5-inch matte-black alloy wheels, and optional Bridgestone Potenza 235/40R19 summer tires complete a chassis package that improves body control, handling agility and steering precision.

The Camry TRD’s front brakes are larger with 12.9-inch diameter rotors and dual-piston calipers, compared to 12.0-inch rotors and single piston calipers on the Camry XSE grade. Brake performance is tuned to provide more direct feedback.

Foundation for Agility and Ride Comfort

Extensive use of high-tensile-strength steel in the TNGA-K platform, along with innovative fastening methods including laser screw welding and advanced adhesives, give Camry its rock-solid feeling on the road. Optimally tuned MacPherson strut front suspension and multi-link rear suspension endow the Camry with a ride-handling balance befitting luxury vehicles. (SE and XSE grades have sport-tuned springs and shocks.)

Camry has long been renowned for quietness in its class, and the current-generation model improved on that by incorporating noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) countermeasures previously found exclusively on luxury models. Extensive sound absorbing insulation includes foam or vibration-dampening materials throughout the vehicle, along with a thicker dash silencer mat across the entire firewall section. A special vibration-damping coating is applied over a wider area of the underfloor, and noise-proofing material encompasses more surface area under the headliner.

Striking Yet Elegant Cabin

The Camry relays information to the driver via three available displays. New for 2021, a floating 7- or 9-inch central touch-screen display, like that of the new-generation Toyota RAV4, combines audio and navigation. Customizable features and smart phone-like touch screen icons ensure familiar and convenient operation.

For even greater functionality, Camry also offers an available 7-inch multi-information display within the instrument cluster. Available on XLE and XSE, a 10-inch color Head-Up Display (HUD) projects vital information, including speed and turn-by-turn navigation directions, onto the lower portion of the windshield.

The Camry’s interior melds functionality, elegant styling, and impeccable craftsmanship. The dash design gives the driver a sporty cockpit-type feel while treating both the driver and the front passenger to expansive outward visibility. A sweeping character line flows down from the instrument cluster and bisects the center console waterfall.

Surfaces throughout the cabin employ soft-touch premium materials. New interior trim for 2021 in all grades gives a sophisticated, higher-tech look with linear dark, wood inlay or patterned metal depending on the model grade.

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Long-distance seat comfort, a Camry hallmark, has been combined with ratcheted seat design for 2021. Exquisite stitching on the front- and rear-seat surfaces, one example of the high level of craftsmanship, is found throughout the vehicle. New for 2021, the XLE grade features a luxurious looking textured herringbone seat pattern. Ventilated front seats are available on the XLE and XSE.

Interior color choices, depending on exterior color, include Ash, Macadamia, or Black. The sport-oriented XSE grade also offers an exclusive Cockpit Red interior for a touch of exotic sports car flavor.

High Power, High Efficiency, Low Cost of Operation

The 2021 Camry offers a choice of three powertrains: 2.5-liter Dynamic Force four-cylinder, 3.5-liter V-6 and next-generation Toyota Hybrid System (THS II). The Dynamic Force 2.5-liter engine is a strong but smooth operator, yielding an impressive 203 hp at 6,600 rpm and 184 lb.-ft. of peak torque at 5,000 rpm (206 hp and 186 lb.-ft. for XSE grade, which uses a dual-outlet exhaust). Most AWD grades have 202 hp, while the Camry XSE AWD grade has 205 hp with dual exhaust.

The Camry’s four-cylinder engine uses a very high compression ratio (13:1) and Toyota’s innovative D-4S fuel injection, which employs both direct injection and additional port injectors. The engine is chock-full of Toyota’s most advanced technologies, including Dual VVT-i with VVT-iE (Variable Valve Timing intelligent system by Electric motor) and laser-clad valve seats. A variable cooling system, variable oil pump and a cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system all contribute to the engine’s high thermal efficiency and outstanding fuel economy.

Genuine V-6 Performance at a High Level

The 2021 Toyota Camry is one of the few midsize sedans to still offer a V-6 engine, and this one is a gem. The 24-valve, DOHC 3.5-liter engine is equipped with the D-4S direct injection system, along with a specially-developed VVT-iW (Variable Valve Timing-intelligent Wide) variable valve timing system for the intake, with VVT-i on the exhaust. The VVT-iW system can switch the engine to the Atkinson cycle, which reduces pumping losses by delayed closing of the intake valves. The bottom line: it goes fast but sips gas.

Output is outstanding, with 301 horsepower at 6,600 rpm and 267 lb.-ft. of peak torque at 4,700 rpm.

Direct Shift 8-speed Automatic

In all Camry gas grades, both the 2.5-liter engine and the 3.5-liter V-6 are teamed with the Direct Shift eight-speed automatic transmission that delivers satisfyingly crisp-yet-smooth, quick-shifting to deliver an exemplary blend of performance and refinement. Close mid-range ratios improve passing performance, while the wide range of torque converter lock-up yields for a more direct driving feel while contributing to enhanced fuel efficiency. Control logic optimizes precise matching of engine torque on downshifts for smoother transitions.

Toyota Hybrid System

The Camry Hybrid powertrain is the most efficient and powerful offered since the Hybrid debuted for 2007. The super-efficient Toyota Hybrid System (THS II) combines the output of the 2.5-liter Dynamic Force four-cylinder engine and an electric motor (MG1), while using that motor and a second motor (MG2) for hybrid battery charging. In the Hybrid, the gas engine employs an even higher 14:1 compression ratio and is tuned to produce 176 hp and 163 lb.-ft. of torque.  Paired with the 118 hp electric motor, the total Hybrid system net output is 208 hp.

The hybrid system, however, gives the Camry Hybrid performance similar to the four-cylinder gas version. Sequential Shiftmatic technology allows the driver to “shift” the electronically controlled continuously variable transmission (ECVT). It mimics a quick-shifting 6-speed automatic transmission via paddle shifters (on SE and XSE grades) or with the console-mounted shift lever.

The Lithium-ion (Li-ion) hybrid battery pack is installed beneath the rear seat and does not reduce passenger room or trunk capacity. The battery’s position also contributes to a lower center of gravity.  Along with the traditional Camry Hybrid NORMAL, ECO and EV drive system modes, a SPORT mode allows for an increase in power from the hybrid system for improved acceleration response relative to throttle pedal input.

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The clever Auto Glide Control (AGC) feature helps to enhance fuel efficiency by calculating efficient coasting logic. AGC can be activated only when the vehicle is being operated in the ECO drive mode. When activated, AGC limits the loss of vehicle speed through engine braking, acting more like a neutral gear to allow longer coasting. An AGC indicator light illuminates on the multi-information display when AGC is in operation to alert the driver of reduced engine braking.

Toyota Audio

The base Toyota Audio system for 2021 gains a new, dramatic looking and easy-to-use 7-in. floating touch screen display. The system features Android Auto™, Apple CarPlay® and Amazon Alexa® compatibility. The full-featured system includes AM/FM, SiriusXM® with 3-month All-Access trial, Siri® Eyes Free, hands-free phone capability, plus advanced voice recognition and music streaming via Bluetooth® wireless technology.

Higher grades have Toyota Audio Plus with a new 9-in. floating touch screen display. All audio systems have Connected Services trials, which include Safety Connect (1-year trial). Most grades also add Service Connect (10-year trial) and Remote Connect (1-year trial). In addition, WiFi Connect (3-month up to 2GB trial), allows up to five mobile devices to connect using 4G LTE.

Audio Plus is also offered with a JBL® 800-watt, 9-speaker premium audio, which includes a subwoofer. The JBL system is also part of the top-of-line available Premium Audio with Dynamic Navigation, which provides over-the-air updates and includes a 3-year trial.

Remote Connect provides remote start and door unlock capability, vehicle status notifications, a guest driver monitor and vehicle finder (1-year trial). Available Service Connect can provide up-to-date vehicle information on fuel level, maintenance alerts, and more.

Star Safety

All 2021 Camry models have 10 standard airbags and Toyota’s Star Safety System, which includes Enhanced Vehicle Stability Control, Traction Control, Electronic Brake-force Distribution, Brake Assist, Anti-lock Braking System, and Smart Stop Technology. All Camrys also come equipped with a standard backup camera.

Limited Warranty and ToyotaCare

Toyota’s 36-month/36,000 mile basic new-vehicle warranty applies to all components other than normal wear and maintenance items. Additional 60-month warranties cover the powertrain for 60,000 miles and corrosion with no mileage limitation. On the Camry Hybrid grades, all HV components are covered under the Hybrid System Warranty for 8 years/100,000 miles. Additionally, the hybrid battery warranty is now 10 years/150,000 miles, whichever comes first. The Camry also comes standard with ToyotaCare, a plan covering normal factory-scheduled maintenance for two years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first, and 24-hour roadside assistance for two years, unlimited mileage.

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2021 Camry Pricing

The 2021 Camry has new entry point with the LE grade and starting MSRP of $24,970, and all Camry hybrid grades get a lower starting MSRP for 2021.

Full pricing for the 2021 Camry is as follows:

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  • Lows Tepid four-cylinder acceleration, polarizing exterior design, has to compete against the Honda Accord.
  • Verdict The Camry has returned to glory with its exciting lineup, improved build quality, and priority on safety.

What's New for 2021?

Toyota only makes small changes to the 2021 Camry lineup. The base L model is now gone, making the LE the cheapest Camry. The sedan's front end also gets revised styling and there's new paint colors as well as wheel designs. Inside, there's new tablet-like touchscreens that measure either 7.0 or 9.0 inches. The sporty XSE model is now available with the hybrid powertrain, and the luxurious XLE gets new leather upholstery. Finally, every Camry receives enhanced driver assists, including technology that better recognizes bicyclists and pedestrians.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

The price of the 2021 Toyota Camry starts at $26,070 and goes up to $33,285 depending on the trim and options.

We'd select the spiciest Camry of the bunch, which is the tuned-up TRD model. It's only available with the 301-hp V-6 and eight-speed automatic. In addition to its racier body kit—complete with a discrete rear spoiler and a pair of prominent exhaust tips—the sedan sports a retuned suspension that's 0.6 inches lower than on the 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 engaging to drive than the rest of the lineup, even if its cat-back exhaust system doesn't sound as thrilling as its many aerodynamic add-on suggests. While Supersonic Red and a black-painted roof is the most flamboyant paint scheme among the four choices, we'd take ours in White Chill Pearl.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The standard four-cylinder engine pairs with a silky eight-speed automatic, but its acceleration numbers are disappointing. A less powerful version of that engine works with a 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 301-hp V-6 that's available on the XLE and XSE models as well as the TRD variant. We're also happy to say that we no longer hate driving the Camry. It has a controlled ride and surprisingly responsive handling. The steering is pleasantly weighted and feels substantial when cornering and light when maneuvering in parking lots. We found the Camry's brake pedal responsive and not too soft, even in the hybrid, in which it must meld friction with regenerative braking (where the energy from braking is used to recharge the hybrid's battery pack) . At lower speeds, however, the hybrid's brake pedal is hypersensitive, making parking maneuvers a bit of a herky-jerky affair.

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Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

The whole Camry lineup performed extremely well in the EPA's tests, and a four-cylinder model did brilliantly in our real-world highway testing. The most efficient nonhybrid Camry models are the LE and SE with the four-cylinder engine, which earned EPA estimates of 28 mpg city and 39 mpg highway; the base LE hybrid earned ratings of 51 mpg city and 53 mpg highway. The hybrid's upper trims sacrifice some efficiency at the altar of luxury, however, and models powered by the V-6 earned ratings of 22 mpg city and and up to 33 mpg highway. A four-cylinder Camry SE returned 45 mpg in our highway test, beating its own EPA rating by 6 mpg—and making it the most economical nonhybrid car we've ever tested. It even beat the Camry XLE hybrid we tested by 1 mpg.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

We've driven the Camry in both top-level XLE guise and in its more plebeian SE trim. Both are spacious and comfortable, and the XLE is downright luxurious. However, there's a serious gap in material quality between the entry-level models and the more expensive versions, and the center part of the dashboard left some of us cold with its uninspired design. The Camry is a large sedan, and there's plenty of cargo space and interior storage in both its trunk and in its cabin with the rear seat folded. It's not the best in every storage category, but overall, it's thoroughly competitive. Toyota relocated the Camry hybrid's battery from the trunk to beneath the rear seats, so hybrid owners don't have to sacrifice carrying capacity for the extra mpg.

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Infotainment and Connectivity

Toyota's touchscreen infotainment system—called Entune 3.0—is standard across the Camry lineup, with an enhanced version available as an option. Entune has loads of features and responded reasonably well to user inputs in our tests, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility are standard.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

Overall safety rating (nhtsa).

The 2021 Camry earned a five-star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ( NHTSA ) and a Top Safety Pick+ award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ( IIHS ). We continue to applaud Toyota's decision to make driver-assistance technology standard across its lineup. Key safety features include:

  • Standard forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking
  • Standard lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist
  • Standard adaptive cruise control

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

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

  • Limited warranty covers three years or 36,000 miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers five years or 60,000 miles
  • Complimentary maintenance is covered for two years or 25,000 miles


2021 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE

VEHICLE TYPE front-engine, front-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan

BASE PRICE LE, $28,265; SE, $29,780; XLE, $33,165

POWERTRAIN DOHC 16-valve 2.5-liter Atkinson-cycle inline-4, 176 hp, 163 lb-ft; permanent-magnet synchronous AC motor, 118 hp, 149 lb-ft; combined output, 208 hp; 1.6-kWh nickel-metal-hydride battery pack

TRANSMISSION continuously variable automatic

DIMENSIONS Wheelbase: 111.2 in Length: 192.1 in Width: 72.4 in Height: 56.9 in Passenger volume: 99 ft 3 Trunk volume: 15 ft 3 Curb weight ( C/D est): 3700 lb

PERFORMANCE ( C/D EST) 60 mph: 7.8 sec 100 mph: 19.2 sec 1/4 mile: 16.0 sec Top speed: 116 mph

EPA FUEL ECONOMY Combined/city/highway: 46/44/47 mpg

2020 Toyota Camry TRD

PRICE AS TESTED $33,050 (base price: $32,125)

ENGINE TYPE DOHC 24-valve V-6, aluminum block and heads, port and direct fuel injection Displacement 211 in 3 , 3456 cm 3 Power 301 hp @ 6600 rpm Torque 267 lb-ft @ 4700 rpm

TRANSMISSION 8-speed automatic

DIMENSIONS Wheelbase: 111.2 in Length: 194.6 in Width: 73.1 in Height: 56.3 in Curb weight: 3588 lb

C/D TEST RESULTS Rollout, 1 ft: 0.3 sec 60 mph: 5.6 sec 100 mph: 13.9 sec 130 mph: 25.8 sec Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 5.8 sec ¼-mile: 14.2 sec @ 101 mph Top speed (governor limited): 134 mph Braking, 70–0 mph: 156 ft Braking, 100–0 mph: 312 ft Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.94 g

C/D FUEL ECONOMY Observed: 21 mpg 75-mph highway driving: 29 mpg

EPA FUEL ECONOMY Combined/city/highway: 25/22/31 mpg

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Toyota Cars w/ Adaptive Cruise Control (19 Popular Models)

Once only seen on luxury vehicles, adaptive cruise control has become standard in many models, including Toyotas.

The following Toyota cars, SUVs, trucks, and minivans have adaptive cruise control.

Check the corresponding tables to see the relevant model years when the system is available.


Adaptive Cruise Control vs. Cruise Control

The first iteration of the more-basic cruise control system in older Toyota models helps the vehicle maintain a steady speed, ideal for highway cruising.

Adaptive cruise control (ACC) enhances the conventional system by adjusting the car’s speed to match the vehicle in front, especially when the latter slows down.

When the vehicle ahead changes lanes or accelerates, the ACC will return your car to the speed you set.

Newer Toyotas have Toyota Safety Sense, a bundle of active safety features which include dynamic radar cruise control.

The following rival makes also have popular models with ACC:

  • Honda vehicles with ACC .
  • Nissan vehicles with ACC .
  • Hyundai vehicles with ACC .
  • Kia vehicles with ACC .
  • Volkswagen vehicles with ACC .
  • Ford vehicles with ACC .

Toyota Cars with Adaptive Cruise Control

#1 toyota corolla.

Toyota Corolla has had standard adaptive cruise control in the eleventh generation’s final three models (2017 to 2019) and the twelfth generation (2020 to present).

2009 to 2016 Toyota Corolla models only had cruise control in the higher trims, while 2008 and earlier ones had the feature as optional equipment.

#2 Toyota Yaris

The discontinued Toyota Yaris had cruise control as standard in 2019 and 2020; the 2012 to 2018 models only had the system in the higher trims.

Used car shoppers eyeing a 2010 or 2011 Toyota Yaris need to know that cruise control was optional in both model years.

2009 and earlier Toyota Yaris did not have any cruise control system.

#3 Toyota Camry & Toyota Camry Hybrid

The midsize Toyota Camry has had adaptive cruise control as a standard provision since 2018.

2001 to 2017 models had conventional cruise control, while Toyota Camry sedans before that did not have the system.

Toyota Camry Hybrids have had the cruise control system as standard since 2007 and adaptive cruise control since 2018.

#4 Toyota Avalon & Avalon Hybrid

Adaptive cruise control has been standard equipment in the Toyota Avalon since 2017; Avalons before that only had basic cruise control.

Like the gasoline-only model, the Avalon Hybrid has had cruise control as standard since its 2013 debut, although 2017 saw the model adopting the enhanced adaptive cruise control.

#5 Toyota Mirai

The hydrogen fuel cell Toyota Mirai has had adaptive cruise control as standard since 2018.

#6 Toyota Prius & Prius Prime

The leader in hybrid technology, Toyota Prius, adopted the adaptive cruise control system as standard in 2017 and has maintained it since.

Toyota Prius hatchbacks from 2004 to 2016 had the conventional cruise control.

The plug-in hybrid, Toyota Prius Prime, has had the adaptive cruise control system as standard since its 2017 debut.

#7 Toyota GR Supra

All Toyota GR Supra coupes (introduced in 2020) have standard cruise control.

#8 Toyota GR86

All Toyota GR86 coupes (introduced in 2022) have the cruise control system as standard.

Toyota SUVs with Adaptive Cruise Control

#9 toyota c-hr.

Adaptive cruise control has been standard in every Toyota C-HR subcompact since the model’s 2018 debut.

#10 Toyota Corolla Cross

Adaptive cruise control is standard in all Toyota Corolla Cross models.

#11 Toyota RAV4, RAV4 Hybrid & RAV4 Prime

Toyota RAV4, one of the best-selling compact SUVs, has had adaptive cruise control as standard since 2017.

Toyota RAV4 SUVs from 2004 to 2016 had the conventional cruise control, while those prior to that did not have the system.

Adaptive cruise control has been standard in the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid from 2017 onwards.

All Toyota RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrids have the adaptive cruise control system as standard since its 2021 introduction.

#12 Toyota Venza

The midsize Toyota Venza SUV has had adaptive cruise control as standard since its re-introduction in 2021.

Older Toyota Venza models before 2016 had the more-basic cruise control instead.

#13 Toyota Highlander & Highlander Hybrid

The three-row midsize Toyota Highlander had adaptive cruise control in 2017 and onwards.

Older Toyota Highlanders before 2017 (down to 2001) had the conventional cruise control.

Toyota Highlander Hybrids follow the regular model’s provision: adaptive cruise control from 2017 and cruise control in previous models.

#14 Toyota 4Runner

The off-road capable Toyota 4Runner had had adaptive cruise control as standard since 2020, while models before that had conventional cruise control.

#15 Toyota Sequoia

Adaptive cruise control (ACC) has been standard in all Toyota Sequoia models since 2018, and prior models had the more-basic cruise control.

Toyota Trucks with Adaptive Cruise Control

#16 toyota tacoma.

The rugged Toyota Tacoma has had adaptive cruise control as standard since 2018, including the SR, SR5, and TRD.

Although the adaptive type wasn’t available in the 2015 to 2017 Toyota Tacoma, the upper trims still had basic cruise control.

#17 Toyota Tundra

Toyota Tundra is the Japanese automaker’s full-size pickup truck and has had adaptive cruise control since 2018.

From 2001 to 2017, Toyota Tundras had a conventional cruise control system.

Toyota Minivan with Adaptive Cruise Control

#18 toyota sienna.

As a family hauler expected to be a comfortable highway cruiser, the Toyota Sienna has had adaptive cruise control as a standard provision since 2018.

Toyota Siennas from 2001 to 2017 had the conventional cruise control instead.

Toyota EV with Adaptive Cruise Control

#19 toyota bz4x.

Toyota entered the EV field for the first time with the bZ4X in 2023, and the electric SUV has the adaptive cruise control system as standard.



How To Set Cruise Control On 2020 Toyota Camry

Using cruise control when traveling across the country is a terrific function. On order to activate the cruise control in your Toyota Camry, follow these instructions:

  • On the right side of the steering wheel, find the cruise control setting.
  • When you reach your preferred speed, press the set button on the ring’s bottom.
  • Holding the button on the top left of the cruise control will allow you to change the distance between you and the car in front of you.

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How does a 2020 Toyota Camry turn on cruise control?

Turn on the cruise control setting by pressing the button in the center of the circle on the right side of the steering wheel. Push set, the button along the bottom of the ring, when you are moving at the desired speed. Use the button on the top of the ring to change the speed.

What about the 2020 Toyota Camry’s cruise control?

For 2020, 4-cylinder versions in LE trim and higher are available with all-wheel drive. The Camry is also available as a hybrid. Toyota Safety Sense, which incorporates automatic high beams, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and forward collision warning with pedestrian recognition, is a standard feature on every Camry.

Engine Option Availability

The engine choices are what differentiate the majority of the 2020 Toyota Camry grades. Only two trims have the option, and the XSE trim level is one of them. The model’s 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine is a standard feature. This choice has adequate power and performance and is expected to deliver 33 Combined MPG. The 2020 Toyota Camry XSE’s V6 engine choice is the priciest of all trims, but it offers a potent 302 horsepower and 267 horsepower. AWD is now an option for the base 2.5L 4-Cylinder engine, but not for the V6 engine type.

Available Features in the 2020 Toyota Camry XSE

In comparison to lower trim levels, the 2020 Toyota Camry XSE comes standard with a number of goodies. The Audio Plus package, which also includes Apple CarPlay and Android AutoTM, places an 8-inch touchscreen display at the center of the car. In addition, the model offers additional outward and internal features, such as:

  • Moonroof (in V6 engine option)
  • Front grille in gloss black with a sport mesh insert
  • Paddle-Shifting 3-Spoke Steering
  • 19-inch black wheels with a machined finish
  • Leather Furniture
  • Front Seats With Heat

Find a 2020 Toyota Camry at Bob Smith Toyota

The 2020 Toyota Camry XSE trim level, which is a mid-high trim level, provides a wide range of features and two engine options. With the options, you may choose between power and fuel efficiency while still using the most recent Toyota technology. Visit us in La Crescenta, California, to find a few trim levels, including the XSE model. Visit our online inventory or schedule a test drive to learn more about the vehicle!

All 2020 Camrys have remote start, right?

Along with Push Button Start, a remote keyless entry system, and remote lighted entry, the 2020 Camry Hybrid LE also includes the Smart Key System on the front doors and trunk.

How does the cruise control icon appear?

The controls needed to operate it are often located on the steering wheel or one of the car’s indicator stalks.

You’ll frequently need to depress a button labelled with the cruise control icon, which is a speedometer symbol with an arrow pointing in a specific direction (seen on the stalk below).

The following buttons are typically used to activate cruise control:

Cancel Instead of the off switch, there should be a button that just pauses the system, in case you get stopped behind a slower vehicle. The similar effect is produced by pressing the brake pedal.

Resume or Res After pausing the cruise control, press here to resume it. The vehicle will resume moving at the predetermined pace.

Up and Down, plus and minus These change the preset speed of the cruise control. You can hit the minus button to slow down, for instance, if you’re on a highway and come to a set of roadworks with a lower speed restriction.

Using the brake pedal will immediately pause the system and cause the car to slow down just as if the system were turned off, allowing you to override cruise control whenever necessary. The speed of the car will rise if the accelerator is pressed. The cruise control typically stays on when you release the gas pedal and brings the vehicle back to its predetermined pace.

How does the adaptive cruise control in Toyota operate?

The Toyota automobiles’ adaptive cruise control operates by spotting other cars in its lane. Depending on how close you are to other vehicles, it might both speed up and slow down your car. If necessary, it can even automatically apply the brakes.

You must push the On/Off button to turn on the ACC. The stalk must then be turned on by accelerating to the desired speed. Press the stalk and keep it down to set the ACC to that speed; after that, you can let go of it. You can use the On/Off Button once more to turn off the ACC.

How do you utilize the dynamic Toyota cruise control?

Simply press the Dynamic Radar Cruise Control button for around two seconds to enter standard cruise control. The indicator light will flash to let you know this has happened. Your Toyota vehicle will automatically return to Dynamic Radar Cruise Control once you turn it off.

Does Toyota offer stop-and-go navigation?

Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, which features full speed dynamic range cruise control and enables a complete stop, comes standard on all 2022 models. It is questionable how well it will perform in gridlocked traffic because if it completely stops, you must hit the resume button or tap the accelerator.

Is there adaptive cruise control on the Toyota Camry?

It’s hardly surprising that the Camry has managed to change into the car it is now given that it has withstood the test of time. The adaptive cruise control technology, commonly known as Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC), is one of the most recent upgrades to the Camry. Toyota developed DRCC to handle cruise control on congested roadways. This reflects the culmination of years of work by the Toyota research and development teams and represents a significant shift in the paradigm of cruise control systems. The Toyota Pre Collision System and Brake Assist may be smoothly integrated with the DRCC to produce a significantly safer vehicle. Let’s examine the DRCC’s operation.

Mechanical Details of the DRCC

With cruise control on, the car will automatically maintain its current pace while reliant on your input for modest steering and braking adjustments, allowing you to take a break on any stretch of road. The DRCC goes a step further by employing active vehicle-to-vehicle distance control to instantly apply the brakes whenever a different automobile moves into the lane in front of you. The car uses radar technology to measure the speed of the car in front of you and then automatically adjusts its own speed to keep the predetermined following distance. It’s similar to letting your car drive itself.

Can cruise control reduce fuel use?

Yes, generally speaking. Due to its capacity to maintain a constant pace, cruise control can help you become more fuel-efficient and can help you save on gas on average by 714%. In contrast, the constant acceleration and deceleration caused by the driver’s foot on the pedals might use up more gas.

The Toyota Camry’s adaptive cruise control is it available in 2021?

Pre-collision warning with pedestrian and cyclist recognition, automated emergency braking, emergency steering assistance, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning with steering aid, road-sign assistance, and automatic high-beam headlights are all included in TSS 2.5+.

On a Toyota Camry, where is the cruise control sensor located?

Your car will automatically return to the dynamic radar cruise control setting once the engine is shut off. The right side interior panel of the trunk conceals the 2018 Toyota Camry parking sensor module.

How do I deactivate the adaptive cruise control?

You can disable Adaptive Cruise Control by doing any of the following:

  • Step on the brakes.
  • Select CANCEL from the menu.
  • Press the ON/OFF button for the cruise control.

A decent car is the 2020 Camry?

The Toyota Camry for 2020: How Reliable Is It? The anticipated reliability rating for the 2020 Toyota Camry is 82 out of 100. A predicted reliability score from J.D. Power of 91 to 100 is regarded as the best, 81 to 90 as great, 70 to 80 as medium, and 0-69 as fair and below average.

Camry SE or XLE: Which is superior?

The sporty enhancements on the Camry SE are also on the Camry XLE. It switches back to a comfort-tuned suspension, enabling it to offer a more comfortable ride than the camry SE. Despite having a similar exterior to the Camry LE, the Camry XLE may be distinguished thanks to a separate set of 17-inch alloy wheels. The Camry XLE also has upgraded LED headlights with fully integrated LED daytime running lights. The vehicle has premium taillights that further its appeal.

Although the Camry XLE ships with a four-cylinder engine as standard, you can choose a more powerful V6 engine. It generates 267 pound-feet of torque and 303 horsepower, giving the car a lot stronger kick. Fuel efficiency does, however, decrease to an EPA-rated 22 mpg in traffic and 33 mpg on open roads.

The Camry XLE distinguishes itself from other versions on the inside. The interior is further enhanced by genuine leather upholstery. A dual-zone automatic climate control system is also included. Your front passenger will appreciate a power-adjustable seat in addition to heated front seats. A larger 8.0-inch touchscreen has taken the place of the Camry’s conventional 7.0-inch touchscreen. Other improvements include blind-spot monitoring, two extra USB connections, and wireless device charging.

The Camry XLE comes in a variety of configurations. The nine-speaker JBL audio system will draw music lovers’ attention. It can create a soundscape that is especially potent thanks to an amplifier. An integrated navigation system is included with the enhanced sound system. A top-down camera, meanwhile, makes parking less difficult. Toyota also sells the Camry XLE with a panoramic glass sunroof and a color head-up display.

The Camry XLE benefits from a standard Toyota Safety Sense package, just as the rest of the lineup. However, rear automatic braking is an option. When backing up, this function will assist you in avoiding danger.

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You can use Toyota Camry cruise control to maintain a set speed without depressing the accelerator pedal.

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System Components

Meter display

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Operation switches

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  • “+ RES” switch
  • Cruise control main switch
  •  Cancel switch
  •  “SET” switch

Setting the vehicle speed

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1. Press the cruise control main switch to activate the cruise control. Cruise control indicator will be displayed. Press the switch again to deactivate the cruise control.

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2. Accelerate or decelerate the vehicle to the desired speed, and press the “SET” switch to set the speed. Cruise control “SET” indicator will be displayed. The vehicle speed at the moment the switch is released becomes the set speed.

Adjusting the set speed

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To change the set speed, operate the “+ RES” or “SET” switch until the desired set speed is obtained.

  • Increases the speed
  • Decreases the speed Fine adjustment: Press the switch. Large adjustment: Press and hold the switch to change the speed, and release when the desired speed is reached.

The set speed will be increased or decreased as follows:

  • When the set speed is shown in “MPH” Fine adjustment: By approximately 1 mph (1.6 km/h) each time the switch is operated. Large adjustment: The set speed can be increased or decreased continually until the switch is released.
  • When the set speed is shown in “km/h” Fine adjustment: By approximately 1 km/h (0.6 mph) each time the switch is operated Large adjustment: The set speed can be increased or decreased continually until the switch is released.

Canceling and resuming the constant speed control

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  • Pressing the cancel switch cancels the constant speed control. The speed setting is also canceled when the brakes are applied.
  • Pressing the “+ RES” switch resumes the constant speed control. Resuming is available when the vehicle speed is more than approximately 25 mph (40 km/h).

Cruise control can be set when

  • The shift lever is in D or range 4 or higher of S has been selected.
  • Range 4 or higher of D has been selected by using the paddle shift switch. (vehicles with paddle shift switches)
  • Vehicle speed is above approximately 25 mph (40 km/h).

Accelerating after setting the vehicle speed

  • The vehicle can be accelerated normally. After acceleration, the set speed resumes.
  • Even without canceling the cruise control, the set speed can be increased by first accelerating the vehicle to the desired speed and then pressing the “SET” switch to set the new speed.

Automatic cruise control cancelation

Cruise control will stop maintaining the vehicle speed in any of the following situations.

  • Actual vehicle speed falls more than approximately 10 mph (16 km/h) below the preset vehicle speed.
  • At this time, the memorized set speed is not retained.
  • Actual vehicle speed is below approximately 25 mph (40 km/h).
  • VSC is activated.
  • TRAC is activated for a period of time.
  • When the VSC or TRAC system is turned off.

If the warning message for the cruise control is shown on the multiinformation display

Press the cruise control main switch once to deactivate the system, and then press the button again to reactivate the system.

If the cruise control speed cannot be set or if the cruise control cancels immediately after being activated, there may be a malfunction in the cruise control system. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer.

To avoid operating the cruise control by mistake

Switch the cruise control off using the cruise control main switch when not in use.

Situations unsuitable for cruise control

Do not use cruise control in any of the following situations. Doing so may result in loss of control and could cause an accident resulting in death or serious injury.

  • In heavy traffic
  • On roads with sharp bends
  • On winding roads
  • On slippery roads, such as those covered with rain, ice or snow
  • On steep hills Vehicle speed may exceed the set speed when driving down a steep hill.
  • During emergency towing

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By Aaron Bragman

Competes with: Honda Accord, Kia K5, Hyundai Sonata, Nissan Altima, Chevrolet Malibu

Looks like: A sleeker, more chiseled, angular Camry

Powertrains: 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine paired with two electric motors and a battery pack; front- or all-wheel drive; system total of 225 horsepower (FWD) or 232 hp (AWD)

Hits dealerships: TBD

While many competitor brands continue to slowly let their big five-occupant family sedans fade into the sunset, Toyota has decided to keep its venerable Camry around for at least one more generation. Behold the 2025 Camry, a major redo of the automaker’s traditional family sedan that now sports a hybrid powertrain, a fresh new look, a totally redone interior and the latest version of the company’s multimedia system in a bid to keep some heat on its rivals. Is it enough to keep Camry customers coming back for more? Well, not everyone wants an SUV, and the new model is likely to keep sedan shoppers interested for at least one more go-around.

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New Styling

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The 2025 Camry’s design is a purely American effort, according to Toyota, with styling handled by the company’s studios in California and Michigan, with the aim of giving the sedan an even more athletic look. Four trim levels will be available and visually differentiated into more luxurious and aggressively sporty appearances.

All variants feature a new “hammerhead” front end, slim LED headlights and taillights, and a more chiseled body. The sporty SE and XSE trims have race-inspired functional aerodynamic air ducts, front canard wings, a rear diffuser under the bumper, a trunk lid spoiler and dual-tip exhaust. Sixteen-inch wheels come with the LE, but 18-inch wheels are standard on the SE and XLE, with 19-inchers on the XSE. Two new exterior color options will be available, as well: Heavy Metal and Ocean Gem. The XSE trim furthers its sporty look by offering a two-tone paint job, putting Heavy Metal, Ocean Gem, Supersonic Red or Wind Chill Pearl under a Midnight Black Metallic roof.

Hybrid Only

Gone is the gas-only version of the Camry, including the V-6 option. Instead, you’ve got one hybrid powertrain for all trims as the 2025 Camry debuts the fifth generation of the Toyota Hybrid System. It combines a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with two electric motors for a total of 225 horsepower on front-wheel-drive variants and 232 hp with all-wheel drive. The new system also reportedly has been tuned more toward electric operation at lower speeds to reduce engine revs for a smoother, quieter experience while still providing good acceleration and torque feel. The new AWD version uses a special motor-generator unit to provide power to the rear wheels when needed. This is the first time the Camry Hybrid will be available with AWD, and it will be optional on all four trim levels.

All Camrys will have a retuned suspension system for improved driving dynamics, as well, with the sport trims featuring a sportier tune to the underbits. The braking system has also reportedly been tweaked for better performance.

All-New Interior

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Inside, the Camry gets a thorough redo for the 2025 model year, with what Toyota calls an “open-style cockpit” look. The base LE trim gets an ocean wave-inspired interior with patterns embossed in the fabric upholstery, which is available in Boulder gray or Black. The XLE gets leather-and-microfiber seats in a quilted pattern in Light Gray or Black, with the pattern mimicked on the doors and dashboard. If you’d rather buy a sporty model, the SE features imitation leather seats in Boulder or Black with white accents, while the top XSE upgrades to perforated leather in Black with blue trim or Cockpit Red. Sport variants also get aluminum pedals, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and curiously, paddle shifters for the continuously variable automatic transmission.

The seats themselves are larger and longer than before for enhanced comfort, according to Toyota, and can be heated and ventilated on the XLE and XSE trims. Those trim levels will be quieter inside, too, thanks to standard acoustic laminated side glass.

There are more amenities to be had in the 2025 Camry, as well, with standard push-button start and dual-zone climate control with rear air vents on all variants. Memory for the driver’s seat and side mirrors is available on the XLE, as are automatic rain-sensing wipers. An optional tilt-and-slide panoramic moonroof is also available on the XLE and XSE.

Tech Upgrades

All 2025 Camrys will have a digital instrument cluster, with a standard 7-inch display coming on the LE and SE and a larger 12.3-inch fully digital cluster on the XLE and top XSE. The two top trims can also be had with a 10-inch head-up display. The multimedia system gets upgraded to the latest Toyota Audio Multimedia software, which features an 8-inch touchscreen or optional 12.3-inch display. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, as is a wireless charging pad. The upgraded audio offering is a nine-speaker JBL audio system.

As before, safety systems are paramount in the family-focused Camry, and all trim levels will now come with standard blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert, which was previously only available as part of an option package on lower trims or standard on higher trims. The Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 suite of safety systems is also standard; it includes functions like forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, full-speed dynamic adaptive cruise control, lane departure steering assist, road sign assist and automatic high beams. For those wanting to maximize their electronic safety systems, the XLE and XSE trims can be had with a Premium Plus Package that brings traffic jam assist, front cross-traffic alert, lane change assist, a panoramic view monitor, and front-and-rear parking assist with automatic braking.

Pricing and Availability

Additional specifications and pricing for the 2025 Camry lineup should be available closer to the sedan’s on-sale date, which is yet to be revealed.

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Transform routine drives into thrilling escapes.

Where efficiency meets excitement., the look of endless possibilities., contemporary exterior styling.

Make a statement wherever you go, with Camry’s chiseled build and wide, low stance, which complement its sleek roofline and bold body colors.

Refined XLE Design

Bolden your presence in Camry XLE. From its 18-in. black and machined-finished wheels, and gleaming chrome accents, to a unique dark metallic front grille, XLE commands attention at every angle.

Sporty XSE Design

Design with purpose. Camry XSE’s modern aerodynamic air ducts and front-side canards, 19-in. black and smoke-gray finished alloy wheels, and color-matching mesh grille add sporty yet functional touches.

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Camry’s LED headlights and taillights shine with clean, sophisticated style and offer bright visibility that illuminates the road in front of you.

Available Aluminum Sport Pedals (SE and XSE)

It’s all about the details. Camry’s aluminum sport pedals give an extra “oomph” to its premium look and feel.

From drinks to sunglasses to snacks and more, Camry’s configurable center console offers unique storage solutions for all your favorite things.

Convenient Charging

Stay connected to fun with Camry’s Qi-compatible wireless charging pad. You and your passengers can also power up devices by plugging into one of the five available USB ports.

Modern Interior Design

Camry’s open-concept interior blends premium styling and superior comfort that’s sure to impress you from every seat and enhance the experience every time you enter Camry.

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Camry’s available rain-sensing wipers help keep your line of sight clear by activating when rain is detected on the windshield and adjust their speed according to how much rain is falling.

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Camry’s available heated and ventilated front seats put a premium on comfort with the touch of a button, while an available heated steering wheel warms up for those extra chilly drives.

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Camry’s available driver’s seat with position memory saves up to two seating and side mirror positions. When it’s your turn to drive, just press a button to shift everything into place.

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Crank up the comfort. Front-seat passengers can fine-tune the temperature to their liking, while rear vents ensure back-seat passengers stay nice and comfortable.

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12 Reasons Why The 2024 Toyota Camry Is Worth Buying Right Now

Since its introduction in 1983 , the Camry nameplate has resonated among American gearheads seeking an affordable sedan that'll take them the distance with minimal fuss. In fact, it's safe to say that the Camry has grown to become a cash cow for Toyota , as it's been the best-selling mid-size sedan in the United States for more than 20 years in a row . However, the astronomical rise of the Camry isn't due to the Japanese automaker's marketing prowess but its commitment to make the sedan a flag bearer for reliability, affordability, and practicality.


We've updated this article to provide the latest and newest information about the 2024 version of the Toyota Camry showing what makes it the best-selling sedan in the US and why buyers shopping for a mid-size sedan should seriously consider it.

The 2024 Toyota Camry marks the final model year of the current (eighth) generation Camry before it hands the baton over to the redesigned ninth-generation Camry geared to shake up the affordable sedan market in 2025 . It, therefore, makes sense that some shoppers may be tempted to wait for the redesigned 2025 Camry . Add that to the fact that the Camry's most fierce rivals, like the Honda Accord , received a redesign recently. This begs the question: Is the new Toyota Camry still competitive in 2024? To answer this and more, we've highlighted 12 top reasons why the 2024 Toyota Camry is worth buying right now.

This Article provides comprehensive information provided by Toyota. HotCars sourced supporting specs for reliability (from J.D. Power), EPA gas mileage (, safety ratings (IIHS), and recalls (NHTSA).

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The 2024 toyota camry is more affordable than its competitors.

The 2024 Toyota Camry ranks as a jack of many trades. However, one aspect of the Camry that'll most likely stand out for gearheads looking towards the sedan market is its competitive pricing — something that has remained a theme since its introduction in 1983.

The 2024 Toyota Camry's Pricing

Compared to its competition , the Camry stands out with a starting MSRP of $26,420. For context, the Honda Accord and Hyundai Sonata, have starting MSRPs of $27,895 and $28,615, respectively, tied to their 2024 iterations.

With these values, it only makes sense to key into the Toyota Camry for 2024 due to its stellar reputation for reliability and practicality. As for availability, the 2024 Toyota Camry's release date has already passed (as of the time of writing), meaning it's officially available for North American buyers as well as other markets where it's offered.

Hybrid Toyota Camry Models Can Deliver Up To 52 MPG

For those who seek hybrid cars that balance fuel economy with performance , settling for the 2024 Toyota Camry hybrid is a great idea. Powered by the base 2.5-liter inline-4 gasoline engine capable of 176 horses and 163 lb-ft of torque alongside two electric motors, the Camry hybrid delivers a total performance output of 203 hp and 163 lb-ft of torque.

Although the hybridized Camry's output is on par with the inline-4 gas-powered variant, it leads the charge with a mind-blowing combined fuel economy rating of 52 MPG in the most efficient trim, the 2024 Toyota Camry LE Hybrid. This beats the most efficient Honda Accord Hybrid, which achieves a combined fuel economy of 48 mpg.

2024 Toyota Camry LE Hybrid Vs 2024 Honda Accord Hybrid Fuel Economy

Looking beyond the most efficient trim, the entire 2024 Toyota Camry lineup achieves impressive fuel economy, even for non-hybrid models, making the 2024 Camry one of the most fuel-efficient cars today . Here's a complete breakdown of the 2024 Camry's fuel efficiency, according to Toyota and

Attractive And Customizable Exterior Design

If the 2024 Toyota Camry looks familiar, that's because it's a carryover of the 2023 model . Despite being a familiar sight, it features a bold exterior styling that stands out from its competitors, such as the understated Honda Accord . Then, the expressive body paint and wheel options give it a more appealing visual personality.

For 2024, Toyota gave this family sedan many exterior upgrades that suit various tastes. For example, if you want an assertive presence, the Camry XSE comes with black accents along with a metallic grille featuring chrome accents, giving it a sportier look.

The 2024 Camry features bold LED taillights for all trims that blend seamlessly with the sedan's organic shape, giving it a stylish and eye-touching touch. The TRD trim gets a powerful stance thanks to its 19-inch matte bronze alloy wheels, while the XLE trim features LED headlights with LED DRLs.

For an extra luxury touch, a two-tone exterior upgrade with a midnight black metallic roof and quad chrome-finished exhaust tips is available. These standout features are some of the reasons why the 2024 Camry is worth buying today.

All 2024 Camrys Feature Toyota's Revolutionary Safety Suite

Toyota makes safety a major theme when it engineers cars. The Japanese automaker ultimately strives towards a future where there are zero accidents. Although this might seem like a tall order, the car manufacturer has made gigantic strides toward realizing this commitment. The functionality that aids this crucial endeavor in its lineup is tagged the Toyota Safety Sense (TSS).

TSS 2.5+ Features

  • Pre-Collision System
  • Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist
  • Automatic High Beams
  • Lane Tracing Assist
  • Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
  • Road Sign Assist

As confirmed by Toyota, the Camry for 2024 (all trims) will come fitted with TSS 2.5+. For context, this was the safety suite version installed on the 2023 Camry that earned 5-star ratings in all crash tests conducted by the NHTSA . With this star report alongside the fact that the 2023 Toyota Camry earned the IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK+ award , you can expect safe and sound trips if you decide to scoop a 2024 Camry.

NHTSA 5-Star Safety Ratings

  • Recalls (NHTSA): 0
  • NHTSA Investigations: 0
  • NHTSA Consumer Complaints: 0
  • Awards: IIHS Top Safety Pick + (2023)

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The 2024 camry keeps toyota's reliability flag flying high.

There's a good reason why models produced by the Toyota brand are so reliable . Since the company's establishment in the early 1920s to date, they've made it a point of duty to prioritize top-tier construction on all models, regardless of how much they cost — a feat not many automakers can brag about.

2024 Toyota Camry Reliability & Maintenance Vs Competitors

So, will the 2024 Toyota Camry denote reliability? The data here suggests a resounding yes. Besides our word on the Camry's reliability, we've got some solid facts to point towards. As seen in J.D. Power, the 2024 Toyota Camry has an 88% (great) reliability score — and if you look at preceding years, you'd notice that the Camry has had its reliability values in the upper mid or upper '80s.

With these scores, you can rest assured that the 2024 Camry will take you to heaven and back (figuratively, of course) without its crucial components falling apart. The 2024 Camry actually boasts the highest J.D. Power reliability score for the model since 2016, which is surely a great reason to act fast and secure one in case scores drop again for the redesigned 2025 model. It also makes it one of the best and most reliable model years of the Toyota Camry .

The 2024 Toyota Camry Offers Up To 301 Horsepower

The mid-size sedan market (as well as other automotive sectors) is rife with competition. To ensure that the 2024 Camry becomes an eye-catching alternative for gearheads looking towards this car class, Toyota has carried over the three trusted power mills from last year — two gas-powered and one 2024 Camry hybrid engine — to this year.

2024 Toyota Camry Engine Specifications Vs Competitors

The base engine is a 2.5-liter inline-4 engine that generates 202 to 206 horses and 182 to 186 lb-ft of torque. If you aren't starstruck by these numbers, you can opt for trims (TRD, XLE V6, and XSE V6) with the 3.5-liter V6 that produces a staggering 301 galloping horses and 267 lb-ft of torque.

Furthermore, opting for the 2024 Camry hybrid sets you up with a 2.5-liter i4 engine paired with two electric motors that deliver a combined 208 hp and 163 lb-ft of torque. The 2025 Camry has no V6 option, so performance-oriented buyers had better act quickly and secure a 2024 model before this option is discontinued.

On top of that, the 2024 Toyota Camry is more powerful than its closest rivals, the 2024 Accord and Kia 5. Besides power, the Camry edges out the Accord in that it's available with a front- or all-wheel drive drivetrain. Lastly, while its rivals come with one engine configuration (a four-cylinder engine), Camry buyers can choose between the inline-four or the range-topping V6 engine.

The 2024 Toyota Camry's Interior Is Plusher And More Practical Than Ever Before

Regardless of the 2024 Toyota Camry trim you settle for, you'll get in sync with a premium interior. On base models like the Camry LE, you'll find add-ons like an 8-way adjustable driver's seat with six speakers, metallic door handles, fabric-trimmed seats, and dual-zone automatic climate control.

That said, higher trims offer even more plush and overall comfort with leather-trimmed and heated seats. And if you'd like something that's in sync with your tastes, you can tweak the Camry's build accordingly on the official Toyota site. All these add-ons and customization options make the Camry the perfect car for commuting friends and family .

2024 Toyota Camry Interior Dimensions Vs Competitors

The camry comes fitted with state-of-the-art technology.

The 2024 Toyota Camry interior comes with a decent array of technological add-ons. Although these functionalities basically mimic what's featured in the 2023 Camry, they're worth mentioning regardless. Notably, Toyota eliminated the Amazon Alexa interface –previously available in 2023 – from the 2024 Camry's infotainment system.

2024 Toyota Camry Best Technology Features

  • A 9-inch touchscreen-enabled multimedia system compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
  • 10-inch colored head-up display.
  • 7-inch color multi-information display.
  • Smart Key with Push Button Start.
  • Qi wireless charging.
  • 9-speaker JBL Premium Audio.
  • USB-C charge port.

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The 2024 camry is based on the advanced toyota tnga-k platform.

The Toyota Camry not ranking on our list of the best luxury cars to buy in 2023 doesn't mean that your trips will have you clutching the grab handles paired to the 2024 Camry as you traverse along city roads or federal highways.

But what guarantees sporty and smooth rides on the 2024 Toyota Camry? According to the automaker, this Camry iteration is built on the TNGA-K platform — one that underpins all Toyota full-size and mid-size monocoque cars, crossovers, and minivans. This means the Camry features a low center of gravity, and a spacious cabin, which should translate to a great driving experience. And thanks to the NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harness) countermeasures integrated into the 2024 Camry, road noise and excessive vibrations are basically relegated to the background.

The 2024 Camry lineup Includes The Performance-Tuned TRD Trim

2024 toyota camry trd best features.

  • 301-hp V6 engine
  • Distinctive TRD badging
  • Special sport-tuned suspension
  • TRD-specific synthetic leather upholstery and red seat belts
  • Black-painted outside mirrors and exterior trim
  • Exclusive Matte-black 19-inch alloy wheels
  • Aerodynamic body trim
  • Sport exhaust

The 2024 Toyota Camry offers a wide range of trims that suit everybody's needs, whether you want a grocery-getter or a sporty car to take to the track. If you belong to the latter group, the 2024 Camry lineup includes the performance-biased TRD trim for driving enthusiasts who want the taste of a sporty experience in a family sedan.

2024 Toyota Camry TRD Engine Specs & Performance

Under the hood, the 2024 Toyota Camry TRD features the 3.5-liter V6 engine as standard, producing an incredible 301 hp and 267 lb-ft of torque. Besides being the most potent, this engine is the most engaging in the entire Camry lineup. Mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission, the TRD's V6 offers an impressive balance of responsiveness and power. On top of that, the TRD trim gets special sport-tuned suspension and aerodynamic body that enhance handling and responsiveness. Unfortunately, the TRD doesn't have the option to be equipped with an AWD system. Regardless, it achieves an acceleration time of 5.6 seconds from 0-60 mph, making it the fastest trim in the Camry lineup.

The 2024 Toyota Camry's AWD Camry Can Handle Snowy Roads

Although all 2024 Camry models come with a standard front-wheel drive (FWD), customers can opt for Toyota's smart all-wheel drive (AWD) system. For context, the all-wheel drive system improves traction in slippery circumstances by sending up to 50 percent of torque to the wheels for additional grip in gravel, snow, or rain.

But there's more to this all-wheel drive system. It can automatically engage and disengage (as needed) without a performance dip to improve fuel efficiency. Furthermore, the transformation to all-wheel drive adds just 165 pounds to the 2024 Camry's curb weight.

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The 2024 toyota camry lineup includes a special nightshade edition.

The 2024 Toyota Camry retains the same architectural structure as the previous year — Toyota, in its press release for the new Camry, even stated that the sedan is basically a carryover from last year's model. Nonetheless, the automaker has decided to spruce things up a bit via a trim labeled Nightshade. Toyota has not yet confirmed if the redesigned 2025 Camry will offer the Nightshade trim, so here's a great reason to act fast and get your hands on the 2024 model if the black exterior details and bronze alloy wheels appeal to you.

Nightshade Edition Special Features

  • Black front grille with sport mesh insert.
  • Black mirror caps, badging, and window trim.
  • Sport SoftTex-trimmed front seats.
  • Color-keyed sport side rocker panels.
  • Trunk-mounted spoiler.
  • 19-inch bronze alloy wheels

The nightshade trim takes the already sporty Toyota Camry SE and adds a black exterior trim, spoiler, and 19-inch wheels to create the SE Nightshade model. Those interested in the Nightshade Camry can opt for the 203-horsepower 2.5-liter inline-4 engine or the thrifty variant that hosts the hybridized powertrain setup that offers a combined 208 horses.

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2025 Toyota Camry

The 2025 Toyota Camry commemorates the ninth-generation model of Toyota's popular midsize sedan. It's not an all-new model per se, as it still rides on an otherwise tweaked TNGA-K platform as the outgoing XV70 Camry. However, the changes are dramatic enough to reinvigorate the four-door sedan market while giving competitors like the Honda Accord and Kia K5 a run for the money.

Older Camrys are known for their practical, durable, yet unexciting nature, but Toyota wants to change that. The old Camry was perhaps the sportiest or most agile it has ever been. Still, the 2025 Camry fortifies the sedan's sport-luxury vibe with a more aggressive hammerhead-inspired façade inherited from its Crown and Prius siblings.

But its newfound styling was not the only thing it got from the Prius and Crown. All 2025 Camry variants have ditched the gasoline V6 engine for an all-hybrid powertrain, headlined by the automaker's fifth-gen Toyota Hybrid System (THS 5) with two or three electric motors and front or all-wheel drive.

Standard Hybrid Powertrain

Powering all 2025 Toyota Camrys is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder gas engine and Toyota's fifth-gen hybrid system with two electric motors in FWD guise and three in AWD. Front-wheel drive variants have 225 horsepower, while all-wheel drive models with an additional rear electric motor produce 232 horsepower – 30 more horses than the old AWD-equipped Camrys.

Moreover, the on-demand AWD system features variable torque distribution between the front and rear wheels to deliver better acceleration, niftier handling, impressive fuel economy, and peerless stability on the highway. It bodes well with the Camry's reconfigured suspension and the optional sports suspension that tightens the handling without compromising the ride comfort.

Speaking of which, Toyota has yet to reveal the 2025 Camry's official fuel economy numbers. It has enormous shoes to fill in this regard, given the previous Camry hybrid could return 46 to 52 mpg in combined city and highway driving. Anything close to those numbers will make the 2025 Camry one of the most fuel-efficient midsize sedans in the segment.

Advanced comfort and safety technology

The base Toyota Camry LE has standard LED headlights, dual-zone climate control, push-button start, an eight-inch infotainment touchscreen, wireless smartphone charging, and wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto connectivity. Meanwhile, the Camry XLE features acoustic front-side glass, cowhide seats, a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.

Standard in every 2025 Camry is Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 (TSS 3.0). The advanced driving assistance package includes dynamic radar cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, lane departure alert, pre-collision with pedestrian detection, automatic high beams, road sign assist, lane tracing assist, rear cross-traffic alert, and proactive driving assist.

Furthermore, the Camry XLE and XSE are available with the Premium Plus Package, which includes front & rear parking assist, lane changing assist, traffic jam assist, a panoramic view monitor, and front-cross traffic alert. Accompanying the tech-filled cabin are curated interior materials. The base Camry LE features an embossed woven fabric, while the XLE has a leather and Dinamica cabin in black or light gray.

Excellent warranty

The 2025 Toyota Camry will arrive at dealerships in spring 2024 with an array of warranties. It has a 36-month/36,000-mile basic warranty, a 60-month/60,000-mile powertrain warranty, and a 60-month perforation warranty with no mileage limitations.

Since all new Camrys are hybrids, they also come with an eight-year/100,000-mile hybrid warranty and a 10-year/150,000-mile battery warranty. The package includes ToyotaCare and includes two years or 25,000 miles of factory-scheduled maintenance and two years of roadside assistance with no mileage limits.

Toyota promises to reveal the official MSRP figures of the 2025 Camry closer to the intended launch date. We expect the base price to start at around $30,000 for the base Camry LE, while the top-of-the-line XSE could reach a $38,000 starting MSRP.

The Camry is not as popular or bestselling as it once was, no thanks to the flood of new crossovers and SUVs. However, with new and redesigned sedans like the Camry, Toyota aims to resuscitate a dying segment with heaping amounts of style, comfort, and advanced safety tech.

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  • The entry-level hybrid model is now cheaper than last year’s hybrid equivalent.
  • The lineup includes the base-spec LE, the sportier SE, the luxurious XLE, and the flagship XSE.
  • All models now feature a hybrid powertrain as standard, with AWD as an option.

Toyota announced the pricing details for the 2025 Camry, which is now exclusively available with a hybrid powertrain, and introduces styling and technological upgrades. The facelifted midsize sedan starts from $28,400 in the entry-level FWD guise, with the AWD option adding another $1,525.

The starting price of the 2025 Toyota Camry is $1,990 higher than the entry-level 2024 model but $455 cheaper compared to last year’s hybrid equivalent. As for the rest of the lineup, some trims are slightly more expensive, while others are slightly cheaper.

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The base-spec LE looks underwhelming with its 16-inch wheels (yes, they exist!), but it comes standard with plenty of kit for the price. Features include a 7-inch digital instrument cluster, an 8-inch infotainment with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, Bi-LED headlights, dual-zone automatic climate control, a wireless charging pad, and the Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 ADAS suite.

The SE admittedly looks nicer with the sporty body kit, a firmer suspension, and the black 18-inch wheels . Going further up the range, the high-spec XLE has more amenities, adding leather upholstery and a cooler digital cockpit with dual 12.3-inch displays. Finally, the flagship XSE combines all of the available goodies with the sporty bits and an exclusive set of 19-inch alloy wheels.

 2025 Toyota Camry Priced From $28,400 With Hybrid As Standard

For those who want the absolute best, the optional Premium Plus package adds a panoramic sunroof, a 9-speaker JBL premium audio system, a 10-inch head-up display, ventilated seats, and more sophisticated ADAS for $4,075. Overall, a full-spec 2025 Toyota Camry XSE with AWD and all of the optional features tops out at around $45,000.

Unlike its predecessor which was also available with four-cylinder and V6 non-electrified options, the 2025 Toyota Camry is exclusively available with a self-charging hybrid powertrain. The setup includes a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, and two (FWD) or three (AWD) electric motors, with a combined output of 225 hp (168 kW / 228 PS) and 232 hp (173 kW / 235 PS) respectively. All versions come with an eCVT transmission and a lithium-ion battery pack. As for the combined fuel consumption, it’s rated between 47 and 51 MPG depending on the trim.

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2024 Toyota Land Cruiser First Drive Review: Brief taste shows promise, but 1958 questionable

You'll have to really love the look to get a stripped down 1958 instead of a new loaded 4runner.

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BARRETT JUNCTION, Calif. – This may be our literal first drive of the all-new 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser , but we’ll be trying to get one for a more substantive test as soon as possible. Our drive was restricted to a few laps of a specially created off-road course, and not even an especially long one, plus a half-hour of road time on a winding rural highway with long sweepers and hefty grades. In short, this was not the venue for a thorough or fair evaluation, even within the usually limited scope of a typical first drive event.

The story of the 2024 Land Cruiser also got a lot more complicated because of what happened the night before our drive: The equally all-new 4Runner was unveiled . While 4Runner pricing won’t be announced until the fall, the current generation would suggest that the 2025’s hardcore off-roading trim levels should be in the same ballpark as the Land Cruiser’s starting price of $57,345. Considering those trim levels share the Land Cruiser’s new body-on-frame platform , strong hybrid powertrain, have similar dimensions and provide far more equipment, both of the mechanical and creature comfort variety … well, why get the Land Cruiser?

Toyota describes that entry-level “Land Cruiser 1958” as a “blank canvas” for more dedicated off-roaders who want to make their rig their own. Seats are covered in a sturdy fabric, door and dash surfaces are rock-hard plastic, frills are kept to a minimum and options are scarce. You can’t get the new manually disconnecting stabilizer bar, skid plates or roof rails, including the latter as an accessory. This DIY concept seemed intriguing when the new Land Cruiser was unveiled, and there could definitely be those happy to spend $6,000 less than the starting point of the upper “Land Cruiser” trim level. However, I would contend the disconnecting stabilizer bar is hardly a frill, and they’d get that, plus a whole bunch of other hardware in the new 4Runner TRD Pro or Trailhunter – hardware they wouldn’t have to spend money adding to a stripper Land Cruiser.

2024 Toyota Land Cruiser 1958 front

I kept asking various Toyota representatives some variation of, “What are the reasons someone might choose a 1958 instead of a 4Runner TRD Pro or Trailhunter?” No one could point to a spec, feature, demographic, use case or general objective reason. Eventually, though, one decidedly subjective answer started to shine through: People who want a Land Cruiser will want a Land Cruiser. The objective points in the 4Runner’s favor won’t really matter, much as they didn’t when someone chose (or chooses on the used market) the flawed but unquestionably lovable FJ Cruiser . It's all about style and character. A 4Runner is a 4Runner, and 4Runner people are going to want one of those. Land Cruiser people will want a Land Cruiser, and hey, if they’re swayed by all that objective stuff to get a 4Runner instead, they still bought a Toyota. A dollar here, a dollar there. Fair enough.

That’s not the last 1958 quandary, however. On the subject of style, you may have noticed that the 1958 has round LED headlights and plain black trim everywhere on the fascia, while the upgrade “Land Cruiser” has a collection of rectangular LED elements and a mixture of body-color and alloy-look trim. The one-year-only First Edition (pictured below in beige) combines the round headlights with the rest of the upgrade Land Cruiser fascia. Judging by internet response and my fellow attendees at the press launch, the retro round headlights are greatly preferred. Based on some whispers, nudges and winks at the first drive event, don’t be surprised if demand results in a headlight option of some sort once the First Edition is sunset.

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Every Land Cruiser gets the same “i-Force Max” hybrid powertrain combination of 2.4-liter turbo inline-four, eight-speed automatic and electric motor that produces 326 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque. My quick, grade-heavy jaunt did it no favors, but this performance-oriented hybrid seems abundantly up to the task of moving a little over 5,000 pounds of Land Cruiser. That’s about 800 less than the old version, which had a 5.7-liter V8 with a few more horses, a lot less torque and 2,100 more pounds of towing capacity. It also got 14 miles per gallon combined. The new one gets 23 mpg combined, which also blows away the turbo V6 in the Lexus GX (effectively the Land Cruiser’s fancy twin) that gets 17 mpg combined. The GX isn’t that much more powerful than the Land Cruiser, so I’d say that even though the four-cylinder produces quite a bit of uncouth buzz, the LC’s fuel economy advantage would still outweigh the GX’s performance one.

The long sweepers of my short drive revealed road holding to be commendable given the body-on-frame structure, off-road-oriented suspension and high-profile all-season tires of the 1958 I drove. Body roll isn’t excessive, steering is precise with appropriate weighting (if there’s some added in Sport mode, I didn’t really notice), and the well-sorted damping didn’t have the body bounding about in mid-corner bumps. That said, there’s no escaping the fact it’s a body-on-frame truck . There are the telltale wiggles and jiggles over bumps, and much like the mechanically related Sequoia , I would suspect that the available 20-inch wheels may amplify that sensation.

Off road, the key differentiator between Land Cruiser versions is the presence of the new manually disconnecting stabilizer bar that improves wheel articulation. Although the e-KDSS system in the Lexus GX Overtrail is a more sophisticated automated disconnect system with benefits both on- and off-road, it’s also more complicated and makes it harder (and more expensive) for those hoping to modify their suspension. The manual disconnection is better for that, and it still does wonders while traversing the various lopsided off-road events Toyota created for the course. Like this …

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To be clear, the 1958 was still able to make it through, but there was more lateral rocking and body movement. The “Land Cruiser” trim level also gets Multi-Terrain Select off-road drive modes added to the standard Crawl Control low-speed off-road cruise control and hill-descent control.

Every 2024 Land Cruiser gets a full-time four-wheel-drive system, which effectively equates to all-wheel drive with a low-range selected by pushing a thick toggle on the center console down and back toward 4WD Low. Next to that are buttons for the electronically locking center and rear differentials, and the stabilizer bar. A multi-purpose knob wheels through on-road drive modes and, if so equipped, the Multi-Terrain Select options.

Ground clearance stands at 8.7 inches, with approach, breakover and departure angles of 31 degrees, 25 degrees and 22 degrees, respectively. The 1958 has slightly worse approach of 30 degrees due to its different wheel/tire package, which I suppose those DIYers will chuck anyway. All of the above are worse than the current 4Runner, but all but the approach angle are better than the last, old-school Land Cruiser (32/24/21 degrees). It should also be said that the new Land Cruiser’s much smaller dimensions (4.4 inches narrower, 2.1 shorter in length), make for much easier off-roading on tighter trails. It’s not quite swapping an elephant for a horse, but it's close. Visibility is also exceptional, with its tall, upright windshield and flat, squared-off hood that make the view out of the new 2025 4Runner seem like a pillbox by comparison. Should that not be enough, all but the 1958 include a variety of camera views (although it would be nice if they stayed on at speeds a few ticks higher than 9 mph).

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As mentioned above, interior quality differs wildly between the 1958 and upper “Land Cruiser” trim (the First Edition is the same as the latter). The 1958’s cloth is quite nice with a certain retro quality to its look and feel, but all the hard plastic is rough – literally and figuratively. Even the door armrests are unpadded plastic. Ouch. You also get an 8-inch touchscreen and a much smaller instrument display than the vibrant, multi-view 12.3-inch unit in the other trims. Those also get a 12.3-inch touchscreen, though it effectively runs the same interface. The upper trims also get padded door and dash surfaces (and armrests) covered in SofTex simulated leather, resulting in a cabin that looks and feels the part of something costing more than $60,000. The design is also less severe and, well, Tacoma-like than the new 4Runner’s, providing an altogether stronger answer for “Why Land Cruiser instead of 4Runner?” Of course, you also have to pay more.

In terms of space, I’m 6-foot-3, and had no problem getting comfortable up front with either the 1958’s manual seats or the other trims’ power ones. I found front legroom in the old Land Cruiser to be tight. I could sit comfortably behind myself in the new Land Cruiser with a finger-width to spare between knees and front seat back. Headroom is more abundant than the 4Runner’s, while the seatback reclines generously. Cargo space suffers due to the hybrid system’s battery pack that raises the floor by roughly a hand-width, leaving a small, full-width bin at the cargo area’s trailing edge. Toyota didn’t provide cargo capacity, but considering that the Lexus GX’s third-row seat raises its cargo floor by a similar amount, I would suspect the Land Cruiser to have roughly the same 40 cubic feet. That’s huge, and the boxy shape should make cargo loading a breeze.

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Speaking of a third-row seat, though, the Land Cruiser does not offer one, at least in this market. But because it does in other places and, again, shares so much with the GX, there are still air vents, armrests, USB ports and cupholders in the cargo area along with grab handles to help hoist you out of a third row that doesn’t exist. Does this matter? Not really, and I suppose your cargo will be kept cool. It can also be powered by a 2,400-watt inverter back there.

As stated at the very beginning, there’s a lot more to learn about the new 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser. While it proved itself on a trail that seemed fairly analogous to typical off-road use ( no insane boulder fields were traversed ), we still need to make the sort of drive on-road you’d make to get to the trail in the first place. Not to mention more day-to-day driving, but then that’s rarely discovered on a first drive event. One thing we won’t be able to determine for years or even decades: how this smaller, lighter, hybrid-powered and supposedly less robustly built Land Cruiser will compare in the long run to past generations that are still traversing the Sahara, Andes and elsewhere with the sterling build quality and bulletproof reliability that made the Land Cruiser name legendary. You can, in fact, get a next-generation one of those, it’s just exclusively the Lexus LX here in the States. And if you’re iffy on frills, that definitely won’t be for you. No quandary there.

Until the second drive, then …

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