XSE 4dr Front-wheel Drive Sedan
2020 Toyota Camry

2020 Camry Photos
 Editors' Pick
Autoblog Rating
7.5

The best Camry in years. The excellent V6 is matched by solid handling for the class. The hybrid is a winner, too, if you value economy over power. A handsome interior is let down by a disappointing infotainment system and middling trim. Scores high on safety tests.

Industry
8.5
In response to a shrinking market for midsize sedans, the 2020 Toyota Camry tries harder — a lot harder. Excellent-but-boring no longer cuts it, and the Camry, which was redesigned for 2018, now drives better and has far more expressive styling inside and out.

The Camry is one of the last of its ilk to offer a V6 option, and its 3.5-liter makes a stout 301 horsepower, better than any competitor’s turbo four. The V6 requires stepping up to the TRD, XLE or XSE trim levels, but we strongly recommend this robust and characterful engine. A naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four is the base engine, and its 203 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque (206 hp and 186 lb-ft in the XSE) are adequate but unremarkable. Both engines work with an eight-speed automatic, which provides more satisfying response than the increasingly common CVTs seen elsewhere.

While the Camry’s driving demeanor remains smooth and refined, body control has improved considerably, even if the Honda Accord and the Mazda6 remain slightly more satisfying behind the wheel.

For 2020, a new TRD model joins the lineup, with the V6 as standard and more aggressive chassis tuning along with wilder visuals than the XSE. The big change elsewhere is that the Camry’s infotainment system now supports Android Auto in addition to Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa.

Camry trim levels include L, LE and XLE, while the sport-themed models are TRD, SE and XSE. The Camry Hybrid is offered in three trim levels: LE, XLE and SE. All include forward collision warning with pedestrian detection and auto braking, lane departure warning and lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high-beams.

All non-hybrid Camrys save for the TRD come standard with the 2.5-liter four, which returns 29 mpg city, 41 mpg highway and 34 mpg combined in the base L, and 28/39/32 mpg in the others. EPA estimates for the 3.5-liter V6 are 22/33/26 city/highway/combined for the XLE, with the XSE dropping to 32 mpg highway and the TRD to 31. The Camry Hybrid has lowest power output at 176 horsepower and 163 lb-ft, but its fuel economy is a stellar 51 mpg city, 53 mpg highway and 52 mpg combined (for the LE), with the SE and XLE at 44/47/46 mpg city/highway/combined.

You can use the rest of this page to find more in-depth information about the 2020 Toyota Camry, including features, specs and where to find a good deal near you.

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In response to a shrinking market for midsize sedans, the 2020 Toyota Camry tries harder — a lot harder. Excellent-but-boring no longer cuts it, and the Camry, which was redesigned for 2018, now drives better and has far more expressive styling inside and out.

The Camry is one of the last of its ilk to offer a V6 option, and its 3.5-liter makes a stout 301 horsepower, better than any competitor’s turbo four. The V6 requires stepping up to the TRD, XLE or XSE trim levels, but we strongly recommend this robust and characterful engine. A naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four is the base engine, and its 203 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque (206 hp and 186 lb-ft in the XSE) are adequate but unremarkable. Both engines work with an eight-speed automatic, which provides more satisfying response than the increasingly common CVTs seen elsewhere.

While the Camry’s driving demeanor remains smooth and refined, body control has improved considerably, even if the Honda Accord and the Mazda6 remain slightly more satisfying behind the wheel.

For 2020, a new TRD model joins the lineup, with the V6 as standard and more aggressive chassis tuning along with wilder visuals than the XSE. The big change elsewhere is that the Camry’s infotainment system now supports Android Auto in addition to Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa.

Camry trim levels include L, LE and XLE, while the sport-themed models are TRD, SE and XSE. The Camry Hybrid is offered in three trim levels: LE, XLE and SE. All include forward collision warning with pedestrian detection and auto braking, lane departure warning and lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high-beams.

All non-hybrid Camrys save for the TRD come standard with the 2.5-liter four, which returns 29 mpg city, 41 mpg highway and 34 mpg combined in the base L, and 28/39/32 mpg in the others. EPA estimates for the 3.5-liter V6 are 22/33/26 city/highway/combined for the XLE, with the XSE dropping to 32 mpg highway and the TRD to 31. The Camry Hybrid has lowest power output at 176 horsepower and 163 lb-ft, but its fuel economy is a stellar 51 mpg city, 53 mpg highway and 52 mpg combined (for the LE), with the SE and XLE at 44/47/46 mpg city/highway/combined.

You can use the rest of this page to find more in-depth information about the 2020 Toyota Camry, including features, specs and where to find a good deal near you.

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Engine 2.5L I-4
MPG 27 City / 38 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 8-spd auto w/OD
Power 206 @ 6600 rpm
Drivetrain front-wheel
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