2018 Toyota Camry Launches in Australia, Prices Start at $27,690

The recently announced 2018 Toyota Camry in Australia is definitely way too beautiful than the last year`s model, and that is something you can see in the price differences. The lineup also comes with plenty of new high-tech gadgetries and a V6 option for those looking for some extra power punch and speed.

There are no less than four trim levels equipping the 2.5L model: Ascent, Ascent Sport, SL and SX, with prices to be seen below. The Hybrid variant follows with the standard Ascent, Ascent Sport and SL, while the V6 is available only in the SL and SX.

2018 Toyota Camry – Full Prices:

2.5L
2018 Toyota Camry Ascent – $27,690 (up $1200)
2018 Toyota Camry Ascent Sport – $29,990 (down $200)
2018 Toyota Camry SL – $33,290 (down $200)
2018 Toyota Camry SX – $39,990 (up $2550).

Hybrid
2018 Toyota Camry Ascent – $29,990 (down $500)
2018 Toyota Camry Ascent Sport – $31,990 (down $1200)
2018 Toyota Camry SL – $40,990 (up $550).

V6
2018 Toyota Camry SL – $37,290 (down $6700)
2018 Toyota Camry SX – $43,990 (down $6450).

As aforementioned, there are plenty of new features both at the exterior as well as inside that separates the new Camry from the previous model. First of all, the new car has been equipped with LED headlights and a new set of 19-inch alloy wheels.

Other standard features also include 7.0-inch touchscreen multimedia interface with Toyota Link, 4.2-inch LCD scren for the instrument cluster, or dual-zone cliamte control, and different drive modes. Upper variants also come with electric park brake, 10.0-inch head-up display or opening panoramic gralss roof option.

The new 2018 Toyota Camry is also a very safe car, being equipped with an advanced safety pack. It also stands on a new platform (the same found on other fresh models) such as the TNGA – Toyota New Global Architecture, which allows the fitting of two engines with improved fuel consumption.

Speaking of engines, the new 2018 Camry comes with a base 2.5-liter flat-four cylinder mill, with 133 kW and 231 Nm of torque, available in all variants. The engine comes with a six-automatic transmission. The top of the line 3.5-liter naturally aspirated V6 engine is the replacement of the Aurion and develops a good 224 kW and 362 Nm of torque. This one kicks off with a high-performance eight-speed automatic transmission. Depending on the model, the fuel consumption of the four variants comes with an average between 4.2L/1000 km to 7.8-8.3L100 km. On the other hand, the V6 burns out between 8.7-8.9L/100 km.

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