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For 2018, the Camry is still available in four trims: LE, XLE, SE and XSE.
The sporty SE ans XSE models show a much different exterior look compared to the more traditional LE and XLE models, but all four trims are a great refresh.
The interior is also very well upgraded. The dash includes three available interlinked displays: a 10-inch color Head-Up Display (HUD); a seven-inch multi-information display within the instrument cluster, and an eight-inch audio/navigation display and HVAC control panel that’s seamlessly integrated into the center console in a modern, flush-surface design.
We're always disappointed when no Manual Transmission is available, but it's to be expected heading into 2018. The new 2018 Camry will be available with one of 3 new powertrains:
A new 3.5-liter V6 with D-4S Fuel Injection, a 2.5-liter inline-4 gasoline engine for better MPGs (which comes paired to a new 8-speed Direct-Shift automatic transmission (8AT), or the Toyota Hybrid System (THS II).
Exact MPG, MPGe (for hybrid), HP, and Torque specifications have not been announced, but all will be improved according to Toyota.
You can read the entire Press Release on the Toyota Website.
Here's our cut of their first 2018 Camry Video:
This new design has big shoes to fill too. As the best selling car in the US (Toyota sold 33,412 in 2016), the company has