2023 Toyota Camry Vs. 2022 Toyota Camry: What'S Changed?

This article discusses the changes made to the Toyota Camry from 2017-2023.

The most notable changes are a relocation of the battery and a new AWD option for cold weather states.

The 2023 Toyota Camry is now available in five trims and three powertrains. The base LE model comes with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine and front-wheel drive.

Drivers looking for a fuel sipping hybrid have the option of the XLE and XSE models, both equipped with an efficient hybrid powertrain.

 For those seeking more power, there's the potent TRD model, which is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine and AWD system.

New features abound in the 2023 Camry, including a Nightshade Edition bevy of exterior design packages with black accents to give it an edgier look.

 The Toyota Camry excels in providing comfort, safety and reliability. It also has a hybrid option for those

owners who want to benefit from the extra MPG and increased carrying capacity of the hybrid's battery.

The 2023 Camry is even more comfortable on the highway than its 2022 predecessor, with reduced road noise to make the experience even more pleasant.

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