What's Changed on the 2017 Toyota Camry?

Often when a car model is updated with new features, it can mean an increase in price; but that’s not the case with the Toyota Camry, which returns for 2017 with new features on many of its trim levels for no added fee.

The 2017 Toyota Camry offers enhanced value for sedan shoppers thanks to these updates:

  • When you’re cruising around the Dallas area in a new Camry XLE or XSE model, you’ll now have access to standard Entune Audio Plus, which includes Siri Eyes Free and Bluetooth phone/audio, along with in-car apps that are subscription-free. The system also comes with Connected Navigation and JBL Audio.

  • Qi Wireless Smartphone Charging is now standard on several trim levels, including the Camry XLE, XSE models with the four-cylinder engine, and XLE hybrid models. The system helps keep cords out of the way to maintain a clean center console area. Want to find out if your smartphone is compatible with Camry’s new Qi system? Contact Toyota of Richardson to find out.

  • The Camry SE and XSE look radiant in the available new Blue Streak Metallic paint color. Formerly, this color could only be had on the 2016 Toyota Camry Special Edition; however, Toyota has expanded its use due to its popularity.

Other features carry over on the Toyota Camry, including notable standard amenities like heated mirrors, keyless entry and a rearview camera. The sedan also continues to offer the same 178-horsepower four-cylinder, 268-horsepower V6 and 200-horsepower hybrid powertrain as last year.

In addition, Camry comes equipped with a number of standard safety features such as 10 airbags, Traction Control, Vehicle Stability Control, and Electronic Brake-force Distribution and Brake Assist. Safety technologies like automatic emergency braking and Dynamic Cruise Control are available, as well.

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