The 2022 Toyota Camry and Camry Hybrid are on sale now, and starting prices for all 2022 trim levels are below. All prices include a $1,025 destination charge, up from $995 in 2021 (the increase reflects the additional $20). For an extra $1,400, buyers can add AWD to gas-only four-cylinder Camrys, while the FWD-exclusive V-6 is available on the XLE and XSE for an extra $5,125.

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The XLE, XSE, and TRD variants all feature a silky 301-hp V-6, but it is the TRD model that is the real diamond of this collection. Moreover, we’re relieved to report that we no longer despise the Camry’s reliability. It rides smoothly and handles with surprising dexterity.

The whole Camry series aced the EPA’s tests, and our real-world highway testing revealed that a four-cylinder model performed very well. Both the LE and SE with the four-cylinder engine are the most fuel-efficient non-hybrid Camry models, with EPA estimations of 28 mpg in the city and 39 mpg on the highway.

We have experienced driving the Camry in both its luxurious XLE and more basic SE forms. Both have plenty of room for passengers, but the XLE takes luxury to a new level. The middle area of the dashboard was uninspiring to look at, and there was a noticeable quality disparity between the base model and the higher-end variants.