Articles about Toyota Camry

Or would you prefer a classier one fitted in Modellista parts?
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It looks like Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) is starting off 2021 the same way it did 2020: with quiet price hikes. TMP has officially bumped the prices of select variants of certain vehicles.First up is the Corolla Altis, which recently got
Nice choice of number
The GOAT is donning number 23 once more. Well, on the track and not on a basketball court. Oh, and it won't actually be Michael Jordan, it will a Toyota Camry Bubba Wallace will be driving in the Daytona 500 for
In celebration of the Celica Camry’s birthday
It's amazing what a change in color can do for a car. One minute you're looking at a classy midsize sedan, the next you're gawking at a very stealthy piece of machinery. This is the case for the Toyota
That, along with a few more tweaks and upgrades
Toyota just keeps upgrading the Camry-at least in other markets, that is. In the US, the midsize sedan was made available with an AWD drivetrain in late 2019. Now, it gets a few more minor changes as well as some additional
‘Masyadong advanced mag-isip’
Sometimes, a new car comes along, with some radical new technology or concept, that turns the automotive industry completely upside down, creating new movements, market segments, or trends. These are not those cars. These are cars so ahead of their time that
Would you like to see more segment offerings do the same?
The US market gets all the fun.Toyota has made the US-spec Camry midsize sedan available with an AWD drivetrain-the first time the Japanese car manufacturer has done so since 1991 when it offered the 'AllTrac' version. The move, the
Check out the official price list here
If you're planning to buy a Toyota anytime soon, this might spell bad news for you: Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) quietly announced a price increase via its website-the prices took effect last July 1, 2019.If it's any consolation,
Will this convince you to choose the brand?
The Toyota Alphard isn't just as plush as its price tag suggests-you're getting a lot of safety for your money, too.Toyota's luxury minivan recently passed Japan New Car Assessment Program (JNCAP) crash testing with flying colors, receiving
Lexus-lite
It took some time, but the all-new Toyota Camry finally arrived in the Philippines in December last year. And it did take a while-the model was launched way back in January 2017 at the Detroit Auto Show.Perhaps some of
This is one sturdy sedan
The ASEAN NCAP crash test results of the all-new Toyota Camry are in, and the Japanese executive sedan passed with flying colors.The Camry finished testing with a total adult occupant protection score of 35.31 points. That's 15.31
And a word on hybrids, too
The all-new Toyota Camry has officially arrived on Philippine shores. Priced from P1,806,000, the carmaker's latest midsize sedan is powered by a 2.5-liter Dual VVT-i engine with 181hp and 231Nm on tap.It may come
Looking sportier than ever
Can an executive vibe and sporty styling mix? If we're going by the look of the all-new Toyota Camry, then yes, they can.The latest iteration of the Japanese carmaker's midsize sedan was launched earlier today, 10 days after
Executives, ready your wallets
So you guys already know that the all-new Toyota Camry, which was revealed to the world all the way back in January 2017, is finally making its way to the Philippines before the year ends. The good news is, Toyota Motor
Toyota PH makes it official
A big part of our job as motoring journalists involves predicting when refreshed and all-new models will arrive here in the Philippines. A lot of times, it takes a bit of investigation, not to mention trying to pry info from our
And a pimped-out Camry
The recently concluded Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, as it does so well, gave some of the world's best tuners and designers a chance to showcase their best work. This year, Toyota entered two custom builds into
It's still the luxury sedan we yearn to have
In the motoring journalism world, you would usually review a car not long after it's launched. Maybe you'll first get a feel for it during a media event or a short lend-out, then eventually do a longer drive once
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