Toyota Camry

Change Car
₱1.81 - ₱1.99 Million
Camry Price
SRP Price in Manila
Get exclusive promos, discounts & low-interest loan from authorized dealers VIEW JUNE PROMOS
Camry Specs
Engine 2487 cc
Power 181 hp
Seating 5 seats
Ground Clearance 140 mm
Driver Airbag Yes
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Power Steering Yes

Camry Pros & Cons

Things We Like in Camry

Sophisticated interior

Cabin comfort

Engine refinement


Things We Dont Like in Camry

Dated exterior looks

Lack of contemporary features

Recent Updates of Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry is now in its eighth generation and as usual, is a very capable and practical mid-size sedan. It is now longer, wider and lower and along with its redesigned front end gives it an aggressive yet upmarket look. The overall design feels more European than previous efforts. The interior is classy especially on the higher range variants that get healthy splashes of leather and wood. Five passengers can enjoy the spacious and comfortable cabin with dual or triple-zone automatic climate control while listening to the 6 speaker system and watching the 7” touchscreen infotainment screen. Engine options are limited to just one inline 4 cylinders dual VVT-I 2.5L engine producing 184 ps and 231 Nm of torque which is coupled to a 6-speed automatic transmission. There are two trim levels with the cheaper G variant setting you back by Php 1806000 and the V variant costing Php 1992000.

Camry Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
2.5G ₱1.81 Million*
SRP Price
2487 cc, 181 hp, 5 seats, Gasoline
2.5V ₱1.99 Million*
SRP Price
2487 cc, 176 hp, 5 seats, Gasoline
Have a question on Camry?

Ask from fellow Camry Owners and Zigwheels experts

Personal Information*
+63 -
Click image to refresh
Login/Sign Up
Only your name will be displayed with your review. Your email id & mobile will not be displayed with it.
Thank you for asking the question
Your question provide useful inputs for us

Millions of people rely on the contributions like yours to decide which cars to buy

Toyota Camry Price In Popular Cities

Toyota Camry Colors

Camry is available in 7 different colors - Red Mica Metallic, Attitude Black Mica, Phantom Brown Metallic, Platinum White Pearl, Graphite Metallic, Burning Black Crystal and Thermalyte.

  • Red Mica Metallic

  • Attitude Black Mica

  • Phantom Brown Metallic

  • Platinum White Pearl

  • Graphite Metallic

Toyota Camry Images

Compare Toyota Camry With Similar Cars

Camry Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict


The Toyota Camry needs no introduction, for the car has been one of the most successful models for Toyota across the globe, after its number one selling car, the Corolla. The executive sedan from Toyota has seen a number of changes in its entire lifespan which started back in 1979 as Celica Camry. Since then, the Toyota Camry has set its footprint across many markets in the world, with the Asian ones being at the topmost priority. In the Philippines market, however, the Toyota Camry sold currently is the previous generation model which has been replaced by an all-new generation model in many markets now.

The Toyota Camry sold in the Philippines is available in a total of three variants – G, S and V, all of which are available in a sole powertrain option of 2.5 litre petrol motor mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox, and is being offered in seven color options – Attitude Black, Gray Mica Metallic, Gray Metallic, Thermalyte, White Pearl, Grayish Blue Mica Metallic, and Phantom Brown Metallic.

Interior & Features

On the insides, the Toyota Camry has nothing much to praises for, as the cabin has been styled in a very simplistic manner. However, one could not find any fault in the levels of sophistication and comfort this cabin provides.

The steering wheel has been restyled with different looking buttons for audio and calls, and come with aluminium inserts to make it look premium. The instrument console, with colored MID screen, is probably the only cool bit one would find in this otherwise simple cabin. The centre console is the most heavily styled bit of this cabin, with the mix of fake wood and aluminium inserts and a number of buttons making it looks plush. However, the overdose of buttons for climate control might look confusing to one.

The touchscreen music system too misses out on modern bits like satellite navigation, Android Auto and Apple Carplay, which are a big miss in the Camry, considering the price bracket it falls in. The Camry is otherwise adequately equipped with features like cruise control, tilt and telescopic adjustable steering, push-button start with keyless entry, leather upholstery and rain sensing wipers, however, given its price positioning, it feels lacking in many more comfort and convenience features.

However, one area where it genuinely succeeds in is the way it feels. The comfort levels are high with electric adjustments for all the seats at both front and rear and complementing it with the generous amount of space it offers, it feels very comfortable.


The Toyota Camry has always been that one car which remains straight to the point with its no-nonsense looks which makes it look simple, yet elegant. The Camry sold in Philippines is the last generation model, which looks too plain and slightly dated too in front of the all new generation model being sold currently in other developed markets, however, it still looks on point.

At the front, the Toyota Camry has got a plain looking grille which gets a thick slat of chrome at its upper portion which end up at the angular headlamps which come inbuilt with projector headlamps with daytime running LEDs. The front bumper comes with unique placements for fog lamps, which are situated at the lower end corners of the lower portion of the front grille, and are enclosed in chrome garnishes.

From the sides, the Camry looks too bland for anyone’s liking. With literally no character lines or curves to make it look interesting, thus making the side profile look very boring and in isolation. The waistline chrome finish too doesn’t help much to enhance the overall styling. At the rear, the Camry carries forward the simplistic approach in its design with large tail lamps at both the sides connected with a thin strip of chrome, which does look elegant.

Ride & Handling

The Toyota Camry comes with the conventional suspension setup of MacPherson strut type with stabilizer at the front and dual-link independent at the rear. The suspension on the Camry has been tuned on the softer side to make it feel as comfortable and jerk-free on the inside as well. The large 17-inch alloy wheels too aid much for that matter. And for a car which measures almost 4800 mm in length, the low turning radius of 5.5 m is really commendable, which makes it feel quite easily manoeuvrable under traffic conditions, despite its large size.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

The Toyota Camry for the Philippines market is available with the sole option of a 2.5 litre, four-cylinder, petrol engine which is coupled to a 6-speed conventional torque converter. The engine, with its dual VVT-I technology, is capable of producing a maximum power output of 178 bhp and a peak torque output of 231 Nm.

As expected from a Toyota powertrain, the engine feels vibration free and refined throughout the rev range and is almost silent at the idle. However, the engine is slightly thirsty as well, given the amount of performance it packs in.

Braking & Safety

In this day and age of modern electronic safety aids, the Toyota Camry feels quite archaic, with the car though covering the basic safety features, missing out on the former contemporary aids. The Camry, though, does come standard with safety features like front, side, curtain and knee airbags, front and rear parking sensors, ABS with EBD and BA, and vehicle stability control.


For those who feel that their car should be up-to-date with futuristic styling and next-gen features and equipment, the Toyota Camry is a car they should avoid. The car feels slightly dated in today’s day and age in terms of looks and features. Also. it is quite understandable, considering the fact that this very model has been replaced globally with an all-new generation model, which is much swankier than this Camry sold in the Philippines.

However, one could not avoid the comfort levels and premium feel on the inside which this car gives, and if this factor is totally undeniable for you, the Toyota Camry still makes some sense.

User Reviews of Toyota Camry

Based on 10 Review(s)
  • 5 3
  • 4 7
  • 3 0
  • 2 0
  • 1 0
Tell us your cars story

Your review will give better insights of cars

Popular Reviews
  • M
    Mervin Jun 18, 2019
    Can't wait to drive it!!!

    Have recently ordered the 2019 all-new camry. Was able to feel its interior. With all the pros and cons reviews. I find it very stylish and comfortable inside with all the accents and infotainment system addedd. Hav never driven a camry, I'm goin to soon. Hoping it would exceed my expectation. Ciao Read More

  • J
    Julius Jun 13, 2019
    a worthy alternative to the Germans

    I did have a choice of going for an entry level German luxury car while upgrading as my latest car. However, going for the Toyota Camry instead has been a much more sensible and practical decision which I made. Apart from the badge, the Camry feels much more special and better equipped when compare to similarly priced but comparatively smaller Read More

  • J
    Joshua May 25, 2019
    Premium outstanding car

    The newly arrived face lifted version of Toyota Camry is indeed a looker? The car looks like a premium car. The car is now transformed to an enlarged, wider and lower version than its predecessors. That has enhanced the beauty of the car. The car is a magnificent diva hailing from Toyota group on its own rights. The expanded lower Read More

  • r
    Remoir May 16, 2019
    The best mid-size sedan

    Toyota Camry is the among the best-selling sedans in the world for a reason. It has never failed to surprise its customers by its performance and comfort, irrespective of the model variant. I am a proud owner of the Camry for over three months now and I can easily say that even it is a bit overpriced, it will give Read More

  • A
    Adrian Apr 17, 2019
    Touch of elegance in a car

    I am always a fan of Sedan Car. So, obviously have driven many large sized Sedan cars so far. This time I thought to buy a car that is not so bulky and massive. Rather a midsized seven or eight seater car with a sporty look was in my priority list. As I conveyed my requirement to the car showroom Read More

Read All Camry User Reviews

Toyota Camry FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Toyota Camry?

    The safety features available in Toyota Camry Below:

    Feature Value
    Driver Airbag Yes
    Passenger Airbag Yes
    Side Airbag-Front Yes
    Child Safety Locks Yes
    Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
    Brake Assist Yes
    Ebd Yes
    Vehicle Stability Control System Yes
    Rear Seat Belts Yes
    Seat Belt Warning Yes
    Day & Night Rear View Mirror Yes
    Height Adjustable Front Seat Belts Yes
    Rear Camera Yes
    Crash Sensor Yes
    Front Impact Beams Yes
    Side Impact Beams Yes
    Door Ajar Warning Yes
    Tyre Pressure Monitor Yes
    Engine Check Warning Yes
    Traction Control Yes

Nearest Toyota Dealers

Toyota Dealers In Popular Cities

Toyota Featured Cars

  • Popular
  • Upcoming
Get the best exchange deals on your car
Please tell us about your car below and we'll connect you with our partner dealers.
Just 1 step away from best deals. Please enter your contact details
+63 -
Almost Done

Please enter the 4 digit code sent to your mobile.

Didn't receive OTP? Resend code
Thank you