As the car technologies continue to evolve at a high pace, UAE on its road to becoming the most sustainable and energy-efficient is adopting clean and renewable energy, introduces new electric hybrid cars to the market encouraging the usage of more environment-friendly vehicles. The market for the cars continues to grow and welcomes the new 2020 Toyota Camry.
In the robust market of the family-sedan segment, the 2020 Toyota Camry is a strong contender. Called the best-executed Camry that Toyota has ever produced, New Camry has many features among which some are standard driver-assistance technology, including forward-collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and lane-departure warning.
What’s New In 2020 Camry?
Its three powertrain options cover a diversified range: there’s a fuel-efficient four-cylinder, a potent V-6, and an eco-friendly hybrid. Emphasis on being performance-oriented, 2020 Camry is outfitted by Toyota Racing Development (TRD).
Android Auto capability is now standard in all Camry models, which was a feature previously unavailable.
Performance, Engine & Transmission:
With something for everyone, The 2020 Toyota Camry lineup ranges from the mainstream suburban family car to hypermiling commuter to track-tuned TRD sports sedan.
The 2020 Camry lineup consists of four basic versions: standard L, LE, and XLE trims; sportier SE and XSE trims; hybrid versions; and the new Camry TRD.
Consisting of eight-speed automatic, the engine works with a battery and two electric motors to power the Camry hybrid, the base 2.5-liter inline-4 shuttles 203 horsepower to the front wheels. XLE and XSE models include the amazing lineup of 301-hp V-6. The base 2.5-liter inline-4 thrusts 203 horsepower to the front wheels, while the optional V-6 feels every bit stronger thanks to its 301-hp rating.
In most situations, the base engine provides more than adequate acceleration, though it can feel rough at lower speeds. The optional 3.5-liter V-6 makes the most of its impressive 301 hp sent forward again through 8-speed automatic transmission. Passing power with the V-6, which is only available in XSE and XLE trims.
Hybrid’s brake pedal is hypersensitive, weighted and substantial steering that makes maneuvering easier. The hybrid powertrain delivers performance akin to the base engine with a fuel economy that can top 50 mpg. Hybrids perform like no other, with a softer ride in part to the extra power of their batteries.
Camry Hybrid LE makes use of a lithium-ion battery, while the Hybrid XSE and XLE trims feature a heavy, lower-tech nickel-metal-hydride setup that’s less fuel-efficient.
All Camrys are front-wheel drive.
2020 Toyota Camry is near the top of its segment when it comes to delivering good fuel economy.
In EPA’s tests, Camry performed well with four-cylinder Camry SE returned 45 mpg beating its own EPA rating by 6 mpg—and making it the most economical nonhybrid car we’ve ever tested. The Camry XLE hybrid we tested by 1 mpg.
- MPG City/Highway/Combined measure is as
- Camry L: 29 /41 /35 mpg
- LE and SE: 28/39/32 mpg
- XLE and XSE: 27/38/31 mpg
- V-6 version Camry XLEs: 22/33/26 mpg (22/32/26 mpg for the XSE)
- TRD: 22/31/25 mpg
- Hybrid LE: 51/53/52 mpg
- Hybrid XSE and XLE: 44/47/46 mpg
- A Camry Hybrid LE delivers Prius-grade fuel economy
The Camry is a large sedan, and there’s plenty of cargo space and interior storage in both its trunk and in its cabin with the rear seat folded. Toyota relocated the Camry hybrid’s battery from the trunk to beneath the rear seats for capacity for the extra mpg. Trunk measures about 14.1 cubic feet.
Not all versions of the Camry have rear-seat air vents. Legroom is good for rear-seat riders, but the high window line means a constricted view out. The base Camry L has manual front seats, while the LE adds power adjustability.
There is good attention to assembly quality and have mostly nice materials.
From two safety agencies, The NHTSA rated last year’s Camry at five stars in every category, while the IIHS agreed with “Good” ratings in every test. Few new cars score as highly for safety as the 2020 Toyota Camry.
Every Camry is built with adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, and active lane control. Blind-spot monitors, a surround-view camera system, and rear cross-traffic alerts are available on higher-trim versions of the Camry. The addition of adaptive LED headlights is available on the Hybrid XLE.
Toyota offers a dozen versions of the 2020 Camry, meaning there’s one to suit just about every need and budget. Some features are highlighted as follows,
- Camry LE: a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, active safety tech, LED headlights, and power features. Addition of power driver’s seat and alloy wheels come with additional charges.
- XSE and XLE: Power-adjustable front seats wrapped in leather, JBL audio, keyless ignition, and more.
- Camry Hybrid LE: Optional cooled seats, surround-view camera system, and more luxury-grade features.
- The standard 7.0-inch and optional 8.0-inch touchscreen sit high, with climate controls and storage bins below.
- Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility are now standard whereas navigation is optional on high-trim models.
Clean detailing and boldest looking, SE and XSE are the TRD’s of the year. Hybrids don’t look different other than their badges, which helps give them co-exist.
Interior hues are grays and tans on most versions, though XSE and TRD versions can be had with red and black trim. With hubcap-clad Camry L, All versions of the Camry share the same silhouette.
Pricing In UAE:
- AED 91000 – 92000 (2.5 S)
- AED 91900 – 100000 (2.5 SE)
- AED 114000 – 115000 (3.5 SE+)
- AED 122500 – 123000 (3.5 Sport)
- AED 124500 – 125000 (3.5 Limited)
- AED 133500 – 133600 (Hybrid)