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2025 Toyota Camry Review: A Closer Look at Toyota’s Iconic Sedan

The Toyota Camry has always been the poster child for reliability and comfort, and the 2025 model doesn’t stray too far from that path. But if you look closely, you’ll spot a few updates. They’ve tweaked the design a bit, and there’s some fresh tech inside, giving it a modern edge while still keeping that classic Camry feel.

Engine2.5 L naturally aspirated 4-cylinder
Horsepower232 hp
DrivetrainAll-wheel drive (AWD)
TransmissionElectronic Continuously Variable Transmission (ECVT)
Seating Capacity5
Wheel Size19 inches
Infotainment Screen Size9 inches
Interior MaterialCloth/Leather
Steering WheelLeather-wrapped
Climate ControlDual-zone automatic
Wireless ChargingYes
Heated Steering WheelYes
Heated/Ventilated SeatsYes
MoonroofDual-pane panoramic
Safety FeaturesToyota Safety Sense 2.5+ (Pre-Collision System, Lane Departure Alert, etc.)
Sound SystemPremium sound system
WarrantyLimited warranty: 3 years/36,000 miles
Powertrain warranty: 5 years/60,000 miles
Toyota Camry XSE Specs

Power with a Purpose

The new Toyota Camry offers a choice of engines, depending on the trim level. One notable change is the absence of the V6 option, which was available in previous models. Instead, the standard engine is a 2.5-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder engine. This engine is paired with a hybrid system on certain trims, featuring electric motors that provide additional power and efficiency.

In terms of performance, the Camry’s powertrain delivers decent performance for everyday driving. The hybrid system adds an electric boost, especially in lower-speed city driving, providing instant torque off the line.

It’s not gonna win any drag races, but it’s got enough oomph for your daily grind, especially when you’re dodging traffic in the city.


Driving: Nothing Fancy, Just Normal

Behind the wheel, the Camry drives just like you’d expect—no surprises here. The transmission shifts smoothly, and it handles everything from highways to twisty back roads with ease.

It’s not gonna set your pulse racing, but it gets the job done in a way that’s predictable and comfortable, just like a good ol’ Camry should.

One aspect that contributes to the Camry’s driving experience is its refined suspension system. Toyota has fine-tuned the suspension to absorb bumps and imperfections in the road, resulting in a comfortable ride for both the driver and passengers.

We decided to push the limits a bit and take the Camry off the beaten path, and you know what? It held its own surprisingly well! It’s not exactly built for off-roading, but it managed to tackle some rough terrain with poise and confidence, adding a bit of excitement to our otherwise ordinary drive.

Final Verdict: Still Reliable, Still Dependable

In a world where cars are constantly trying to outdo each other, the 2025 Toyota Camry remains a solid choice for those who value reliability above all else.

It might not have all the flashy features of some other cars, but it’s dependable, comfortable, and that’s what matters most to a lot of folks out there.

As we wrap up our journey with the Camry, we want to give a big shoutout to Toyota for letting us take their cars for a spin.

Stick with us as we keep exploring the ever-changing world of cars, always on the lookout for the next big thing.

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