The Toyota Camry continues to be one of America’s favorite family sedans, offering value, reliability, safety, and comfort. While generations of Toyota Camry design have been what might best be described as inoffensive, the 2020 Toyota Camry is literally the stellar opposite. Redesigned two years ago, the Camry is now one of the most dynamic sedans in its class, easily the equal of the Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, and Nissan Altima.
The 2020 Camry only gets better this year, now available with all-wheel drive (AWD) to help it better compete with the Subaru Legacy and Nissan Altima. In a bid to lure customers away from the Nissan Maxima and sporty Kia Optima, a track-tuned TRD Camry makes its debut. Finally, after years of legal wrangling, Toyota and Google have finally made nice, allowing Android Auto to join Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa as part of the Camry’s standard infotainment setup.
Despite its massive overhaul, the Camry still touts a bit of old-world meets new. For example, where some rivals have moved to turbocharged small displacement 4-cylinder engines, the Camry retains its proven and powerful V6. At the other end of the spectrum, the Camry Hybrid uses a sophisticated gasoline/electric powertrain that returns a 53-mpg highway. But even the basic gasoline-only Camry attains EPA fuel economy ratings in the low 40s, a remarkable achievement considering the Camry’s size.