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2011 Toyota Camry LE

2011 Toyota Camry LE - 99,459 mi

Upper Marlboro, MD (42 mi) - Listed 2 days ago
  • $1,489 below market price
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2015 Toyota Camry LE Sedan 4D

2015 Toyota Camry LE Sedan 4D - 100,623 mi

Temple Hills, MD (31 mi) - Listed 19 days ago
  • $2,377 below market price
$14,988
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2013 Toyota Camry SE

2013 Toyota Camry SE - 146,416 mi

Leesburg, VA (6 mi) - Listed 132 days ago
  • $1,832 below market price
$10,999
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2012 Toyota Camry LE Sedan 4D

2012 Toyota Camry LE Sedan 4D - 124,900 mi

Springfield, VA (23 mi) - Listed 144 days ago
  • $2,710 below market price
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2000 Toyota Camry XLE V6

2000 Toyota Camry XLE V6 - 202,183 mi

Chantilly, VA (7 mi) - Listed 144 days ago
  • $1,221 below market price
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2006 Toyota Camry SE

2006 Toyota Camry SE - 88,809 mi

Chantilly, VA (7 mi) - Listed 144 days ago
  • $2,311 below market price
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2011 Toyota Camry

2011 Toyota Camry - 139,626 mi

Sterling, VA (5 mi) - Listed 209 days ago
  • $2,609 below market price
$7,997
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2018 Toyota Camry SE

2018 Toyota Camry SE - 57,204 mi

Stafford, VA (43 mi) - Listed 42 days ago
  • $2,908 below market price
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2016 Toyota Camry SE

2016 Toyota Camry SE - 25,000 mi

Woodbridge, VA (31 mi) - Listed 144 days ago
  • $4,084 below market price
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2016 Toyota Camry LE Sedan 4D

2016 Toyota Camry LE Sedan 4D - 30,000 mi

Frederick, MD (29 mi) - Listed 123 days ago
  • $4,489 below market price
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2008 Toyota Camry LE

2008 Toyota Camry LE - 184,621 mi

Winchester, VA (42 mi) - Listed 10 days ago
  • $708 below market price
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2018 Toyota Camry XSE

2018 Toyota Camry XSE - 118,800 mi

Temple Hills, MD (31 mi) - Listed 69 days ago
  • $3,577 below market price
$22,275
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2021 Toyota Camry TRD

2021 Toyota Camry TRD - 4,199 mi

Glen Burnie, MD - Listed 10 days ago
  • $1,382 below market price
$37,487
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2007 Toyota Camry SE

2007 Toyota Camry SE - 153,353 mi

Sterling, VA (5 mi) - Listed 17 days ago
  • $782 below market price
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2017 Toyota Camry SE

2017 Toyota Camry SE - 29,900 mi

Woodbridge, VA (31 mi) - Listed 144 days ago
  • $3,374 below market price
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2017 Toyota Camry SE

2017 Toyota Camry SE - 34,789 mi

Temple Hills, MD (31 mi) - Listed 179 days ago
  • $2,898 below market price
$19,035
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2019 Toyota Camry SE

2019 Toyota Camry SE - 33,250 mi

Fairfax, VA (17 mi) - Listed 66 days ago
  • $2,685 below market price
$25,795
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2012 Toyota Camry LE Sedan 4D

2012 Toyota Camry LE Sedan 4D - 136,000 mi

Manassas, VA (19 mi) - Listed 28 days ago
  • $1,309 below market price
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2014 Toyota Camry SE

2014 Toyota Camry SE - 67,957 mi

Baltimore, MD (47 mi) - Listed 84 days ago
  • $1,967 below market price
$14,975
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2017 Toyota Camry SE

2017 Toyota Camry SE - 106,388 mi

Temple Hills, MD (31 mi) - Listed 267 days ago
  • $2,878 below market price
$13,966
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2019 Toyota Camry SE

2019 Toyota Camry SE - 25,419 mi

Springfield, VA (23 mi) - Listed 86 days ago
  • $3,148 below market price
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Used Toyota Camry for Sale Statistics

  • 20,289 cars for sale found, starting at $595
  • Average price for Used Toyota Camry: $22,444
  • 1,797 deals found. Average savings of $1,354
  • Save up to $6,924 below estimated market price

What Is The Average Price Of A Used Toyota Camry By Model Year?

Year Average Price Deals Listings
2022 Toyota Camry for Sale $32,415 Save $3,339 on 7 deals 1,191 listings
2021 Toyota Camry for Sale $33,704 Save $6,299 on 116 deals 1,504 listings
2020 Toyota Camry for Sale $29,342 Save $5,942 on 147 deals 3,317 listings
2019 Toyota Camry for Sale $27,509 Save $6,924 on 288 deals 4,424 listings
2018 Toyota Camry for Sale $25,865 Save $6,067 on 235 deals 3,449 listings
2017 Toyota Camry for Sale $20,501 Save $5,349 on 156 deals 1,678 listings
2016 Toyota Camry for Sale $18,669 Save $5,403 on 151 deals 1,154 listings
2014 Toyota Camry for Sale $15,477 Save $4,522 on 157 deals 1,049 listings
2013 Toyota Camry for Sale $14,112 Save $4,069 on 108 deals 541 listings
2012 Toyota Camry for Sale $13,104 Save $3,931 on 154 deals 885 listings
2011 Toyota Camry for Sale $10,767 Save $3,482 on 131 deals 666 listings
2010 Toyota Camry for Sale $9,556 Save $3,015 on 90 deals 413 listings
2009 Toyota Camry for Sale $8,776 Save $3,040 on 125 deals 543 listings
2005 Toyota Camry for Sale $6,446 Save $2,347 on 54 deals 218 listings

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Price of Used Toyota Camry in top 10 Cities

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Toyota Camry in Houston $24,034 Save $6,299 on 86 deals 858 listings
Toyota Camry in Atlanta $22,743 Save $6,004 on 95 deals 746 listings
Toyota Camry in Dallas $24,237 Save $4,522 on 89 deals 672 listings
Toyota Camry in Chicago $20,283 Save $2,568 on 44 deals 534 listings
Toyota Camry in Miami $23,841 Save $4,013 on 87 deals 897 listings
Toyota Camry in Los Angeles $23,479 Save $4,942 on 190 deals 1,592 listings
Toyota Camry in Philadelphia $21,063 Save $5,264 on 64 deals 693 listings
Toyota Camry in San Antonio $23,403 Save $4,289 on 36 deals 378 listings
Toyota Camry in Phoenix $24,003 Save $5,137 on 47 deals 571 listings
Toyota Camry in Orlando $22,365 Save $5,748 on 51 deals 567 listings

Average Price of Used Toyota Camry Trims

Trim Average Price Listings Specs
Used Toyota Camry SE
(2002-2020)
$23,550 6,892 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Camry LE
(1983-2020)
$21,283 5,110 Listings
Body Style Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Camry XSE
(2015-2020)
$32,245 2,197 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Camry XLE
(1992-2020)
$17,958 2,125 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Camry L
(2012-2014, 2018-2020)
$23,056 1,285 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Camry XSE V6
(2015-2020)
$34,025 395 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Camry XLE V6
(1992-2020)
$17,548 299 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Camry SE Nightshade
(2020)
$30,829 196 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Camry TRD
(2020)
$39,134 188 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Toyota Camry Base
(1987-1991, 2008-2011)
$10,074 187 Listings
Body Style Sedan
Drive Train FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Toyota Camry Overview

The Toyota Camry is one of the most-produced cars in history and accounts for more vehicle sales in the United States than any other model. Introduced in 1982, the Camry began as a compact car and later becoming a midsize car. The Camry replaced the Celica model in most markets. The first-generation Camry was sold as a two-door, four-door, and five-door vehicle. Through the generations, the Camry continued to evolve with the "wide-bodied" (aka XV10) Camry entering the U.S. market as a more midsized sedan in 1991. At that point, V6 engines were available alongside four-cylinder options. New generations were added in 1997, 2002, 2007, 2012, and 2015. These were successively more modern and upscale and later generations included hybrid gasoline-electric models as well. The five-door and wagon stylings were dropped through these generations too. The Toyota Camry accounts for well over 400,000 vehicles sales per year in the United States alone. If the Camry were its own manufacturing brand, it would be in the top 10 automakers in North America. Camry models built in the 2008-2010 model years are most often complained about for excessive oil consumption, especially at high mileage (nearing 100,000). The Camry otherwise enjoys a reputation for reliability and dependability. The number of complaints per vehicle, including in those model years mentioned, is still well below average for the segment.

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2019 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry was fully redesigned in 2018 and carries those changes forward into 2019 with just a few updates. There are several things that mark a very well-done midsize sedan and the Camry defines those things for the market. It's spacious, fuel efficient, safe, and comfortable.

For this year, the 2019 Toyota Camry ads some connectivity options for infotainment. With Apple CarPlay now (finally) in place and a new Amazon Alexa compatibility feature, the Camry's infotainment is becoming more modern. Outside of these additions, the Camry remains unchanged from last year's redesign.

The 2019 Camry comes in any of five trim levels in its standard gasoline variants and three trim levels in its Hybrid model. The Camry is a five-seat midsize sedan and is most noted as being the best-selling midsize sedan on the market, a title which it has held for many years.

For those who need a top-notch car that checks all of the need boxes, plus a few, the Camry is definitely a first choice. It dominates in a segment of very well-done rivals.

2018 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry is the dominant midsize sedan in America. Together with the Honda Accord, it defines the segment. For 2018, Toyota carefully messed with success, creating an all-new car, but one that is also very familiar.

The new 2018 Camry has a new platform, exterior, interior and set of drivetrains. We fully tested a Camry Hybrid XLE and also drove the 4-cylinder LE and 6-cylinder XSE to get an understanding of how the full line feels when driven.

Those looking for a V6 will be happy to hear that it returns in the Camry, unlike in the new Accord, which moved to lower power 4-cylinder engines, even in top trims. At the other end of the spectrum, the Camry's new hybrid again makes impressive fuel economy gains coupled with great off-the-line torque. Across the board, from fuel economy to power, Camry's new drivetrains top the specifications sheets in the class.

Toyota also wraps the Camry in an exciting new skin that is less likely to polarize shoppers. If sales are any indication, Camry shoppers love this new look. The new 2018 Camry starts at about $25,000 and a fully-loaded model can approach $38,000. Overall, there are 10 separate trims of the Camry. To its credit, Toyota keeps the options packages pretty simple. Shoppers should note that the SE and XSE trims have a slightly more aggressive front-end treatment. If you like the look overall but prefer a more mainstream grill, check out the other trims.

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2017 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry hasn't seen a lot of change in several years, but there wasn't much that needed upgrading. A sales dip in 2016 might grab Toyota's attention and demand an upgrade soon, but even with that drop, the Camry remains the best-selling car in America. By a wide margin. And there's good reason for that.

The 2017 Toyota Camry is offered with two engine choices and a Hybrid model option. Shoppers new to the Camry will find that it's ergonomics, roomy interior and excellent reliability expectation are all strong selling points.

The 2017 Camry is a 5-seat midsize sedan. We recommend shoppers seriously consider the Camry Hybrid model as the best option because of its wonderful drive dynamic and high real-world efficiency return.

2016 Toyota Camry

The 2016 Toyota Camry carries the sweeping changes made to the best-selling sedan last year. A new Special Edition model joins the lineup for added bling factor, but the five-seat sedan otherwise remains the same. For most buyers, this is a good thing.

The 2015 model year brought huge changes for the once-staid Camry, adding a lot of eye-pleasing looks and building on the already-great interior of the previous version of the car. Now, with both comfort-oriented and sport-tuned options, the 2016 Camry comes in no fewer than six model and trim options. The base-level LE builds a foundation upon which the sporty SE and XSE models build and from which the SE and XLE trims flourish.

Whether you want comfortable and quiet or sporty and fun, the Camry's got an option for you. The Camry's reputation for being the epitome of boredom is shed.

2015 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry family sedan was heavily revised for the 2015 model year with over 1,000 changes made meaning this was more than just a mere midlife model refresh. So despite the fact that its powertrain offerings are pretty much carried over with the 2.5 liter 4-cylinder, Hybrid and our tester's stout 3.5 liter V6 all on offer we couldn't help but feel like we were driving something altogether new in the 2015 Toyota Camry. And we think it has to do with more than just the elegant and lovely new steering wheel that Toyota has fitted to all Camry models.

Apparently Toyota changed every exterior body panel but the roof of the Camry and it shows in how little it resembles last year's reserved and rather dorky looking version. Well, looking at the 2015 Camry the old one looks a little frumpy as does the heavily upgraded, stylized and nicer feeling interior. Toyota also added a number of safety and technology features as well as tinkered with the suspension and steering for a more involving drive. Clearly Toyota was aiming directly at our two class favorites the Honda Accord and Mazda6 so we ask, did they hit the bullseye? Read on to find out.

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2013 Toyota Camry

Besieged by fresh new designs and powerful yet fuel efficient engines from Hyundai and Kia, along with redesigned models from Ford, Chevrolet, Nissan and Mazda, Toyota went all-out with the makeover of the Toyota Camry in 2012. Just one year later, the 2013 Camry continues to evolve, offering upgraded safety and comfort features and providing the kind of peppy performance and impressive fuel economy that mainstream America wants.

How much is a Toyota Camry?

Toyota Camry

  • A new Toyota Camry's average price is $30,406 and the price range is $26,032 to $37,321
  • A 3-year-old used Toyota Camry's average price is $27,295 with a price range of $21,687 to $35,289

See below for the average Toyota Camry price across model years.

Toyota Camry   2017-2022   $25,883
Toyota Camry   2012-2017   $16,971
Toyota Camry   2007-2012   $10,411

The average price for a 3-year-old used midsize car is $21,020, with the Toyota Camry's price typically $6,275 above average for this vehicle type.

How long do Toyota Camrys last?

Toyota Camry

  • The Toyota Camry is the 2nd most reliable vehicle in the midsize car category, with a reliability score of 8.9.
  • Approximately 1.7% of all Toyota Camrys on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 0.8% for the midsize car category
  • The best-ranked midsize car for reliability is the Honda Accord

See below for the reliability scores of various cars in the midsize car category:

Honda Accord   9.0
Toyota Camry   8.9
Mazda Mazda6   8.4
Nissan Altima   8.3
Ford Fusion   8.2
Chevrolet Malibu   8.2
Subaru Legacy   8.1
Hyundai Sonata   8.1
Kia Optima   7.7
Volkswagen Passat   7.6
Kia Stinger   7.0
Kia K5  
Volkswagen Arteon  

Is the Toyota Camry a good car?

Toyota Camry

  • The Toyota Camry earns an ISC quality score of 9.0 based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Toyota Camry is ranked 3rd in quality in the midsize car category, with the Honda Accord Sedan ranked just above it and the Hyundai Sonata ranked just below it
  • The best-ranked midsize car for quality is the Honda Accord Coupe

See our full list of the Best Midsize Cars.

Is the Toyota Camry safe?

Toyota Camry

  • The latest Toyota Camry's 5-star NHTSA-based safety rating ranks it #1 for safety in the midsize car category
  • The Toyota Camry's rating has averaged 5.0 stars over the past 10 years
  • The Toyota Camry's individual crash test scores for 2021 are listed below:
    • Frontal Crash -- 5
    • Side Crash -- 5
    • Rollover -- 5
These scores are based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) crash tests.

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