Toyota has rolled out a small but significant upgrade to its Camry sedan range, adding a reversing camera as standard equipment.
Forming part of a wider infotainment upgrade, the reversing camera is now fitted to all models, and pricing remains unchanged for the 2015 model year.
The upgraded range includes a 6.1 inch display on entry- and mid-spec models, while the top-spec Atara SL and hybrid HL get 7.0 inch screens.
New features for the infotainment system includes mobile phone-like touch, drag and flick functions, and the larger screens get satellite navigation and the Toyota Link app suite.
Features with Toyota Link allow drivers to search for a destination or nearest fuel station, along with weather details and various assistance options.
The Camry range is otherwise unchanged for the new model year, with this update expected to carry through until the newly facelifted model debuts in the coming year.
The current Camry line-up is powered by 133kW/231Nm and 135kW/235Nm 2.5 litre four-cylinder engines (depending on the model), while the Camry Hybrid gets a 151kW petrol-electric arrangement.
Fuel consumption across the petrol range is listed at 7.8 l/100km, dropping to 5.2 l/100km for the hybrid models.
Toyota has sold 15,700 Camry models in Australia year-to-date, representing a 42.6 percent share of the medium-car segment.
The Camry range is covered by Toyota Service Advantage, capping service costs at $130 for each of up to five services in the first four years or 75,000km.
PRICING (excludes on-roads)
- Altise - $30,490
- Atara S - $33,990
- Atara SX - $36,490
- Atara SL - $39,990
- H - $35,490
- HL - $41,490