2018 Toyota Camry Warwick RI

The 2018 Toyota Camry in Warwick: You Might Not Even Recognize It

"Midsize sedan" is a phrase that usually won't send shivers up your spine. But Toyota is looking to change that. Because with the arrival of the new 2018 Toyota Camry to the Warwick, Providence, and Pawtucket areas, the classic family sedan look and feel has gone out the window in favor of a style that heavily prioritizes sharp, modern designs, better tech, better safety, better ride quality, better everything, and new, new, new.

Test Drive a 2018 Toyota Camry

It's the newest new car we've seen from Toyota in the history of the Camry nameplate--and you can get yours today near North Kingstown, Coventry, and Cranston.

Trim levels for the 2018 Toyota Camry include: 2018 Camry L, Camry LE, Camry XLE, Camry XLE V6, Camry SE, Camry XSE, and Camry XSE V6. And, of course, it's a whole other ballgame with the 2018 Camry Hybrid for drivers who want to optimize fuel economy.

2017 Toyota Camry vs 2018 Toyota Camry

Take a gander at these two cars and you'll see a ton of differences between 2017 and 2018 Camry; but the newness of the 2018 Toyota Camry goes deeper than just the skin, and we'll give you a brief look at just some of the things you can expect to see here.

  • 2018 Camry is more expensive by $450--a very small price to pay
  • New 7.0-inch touchscreen now comes standard
  • Toyota Safety Sense now comes standard
  • 4-cyl. Camry models boast up to 39 mpg highway
  • 2018 Camry 4-cyl horsepower: 203 HP
  • 2018 Camry V6 horsepower: 300 HP
  • New premium interior materials
  • More open feeling thanks to lowered windows and thinner pillars
  • A new selection of premium exteriors
  • 2018 Camry is built on Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) Platform
  • Redesigned front fascia
  • Wider, longer, lower for a sportier feel
  • More standard features, start to finish

How New is the New Camry?

Everything from the touchscreen to the platform has been tweaked, retuned, updated, upgraded, or re-shaped in the new 2018 Toyota Camry. Toyota pulled out all the shots to make its newest midsize the best that it could, and it shows in every detail.

The already-competitive segment of five-seater family cars just got a major shock to the system, and the 2018 Toyota Camry nearly stands alone in its class. But don't take our word for it--come to Balise Toyota of Warwick today to explore new inventory, and compare 2017 vs 2018 Camry cars side-by-side to see the differences for yourself.

Take a test drive, and feel the differences, too. We don't think you'll forget them anytime soon.

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