2019 Toyota Camry Won't Get Any Changes
Virtually nothing is known regarding the 2019 Toyota Camry, but perhaps that is because Toyota haven’t long released details of a completely upgraded Camry for 2018.
The Camry has been around since 1982, some 35 years, and in that time, it has gone from a car that really no one wanted, to something a little more … well, just better.
So with the mass of improvements for the 2018 model year, what are we likely to see for the 2019 year? We don’t think that much is going to change, mainly because this next model is virtually brand new; it even has a brand new style Camry logo / badge.
2019 Toyota Camry Release date
Manufacturers like to release the vehicle in the year before the model year – so a 2018 model would see the showroom in 2017 for example. We expect Toyota to do exactly the same with the 2019 Camry, but because there will be less to shout about, they won’t be rushing.
Expect to see the 2019 Toyota Camry in the showrooms around September 2018.
2019 Toyota Camry Price
Probably because Toyota haven’t really given out any details of the 2019 Camry, they have also remained very quiet regarding the pricing – this means that they can change specifications closer to the launch. All we know for sure right now is that the current Camry starts at just under $24,000.
Factor in some new tech and a little inflation, it’s easy to see the 2019 Camry hitting the showroom for around $25,000.
2019 Toyota Camry Redesign and Changes
Not much (we think).
This latest model has been completely redesigned, making it curvier, lower, sportier … everything you’d want to pep up the looks and give you the impression that it really is quite sporty.
Toyota are fitting lots of great equipment as standard; pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, radar guided cruise control, lane departure warning with steering assist and auto high beams.
There are also options for JBL premium audio system, 10” color Heads Up Display, touchscreen infotainment – using the latest Toyota Entune 3.0 with navigation also and 4G LTE Wi-Fi. Strangely though, no option for Apple CarPlay or Android Auto exists – we think that Toyota are missing a trick with that.
2019 Toyota Camry Interior
The cabin will keep the new soft touch materials that’s now fitted as standard to the dash, center console and door trims.
We also think that Toyota will be sticking with the recently updated 2.5 liter 4-cylinder gas engine, although there is rumor of an updated hybrid powertrain.