Justin Pritchard presents the 2019 Toyota Camry XLE in this test drive video for autoTRADER.ca.

The 2019 Toyota Camry XLE is highlighted in this video review, with a focus on comfort, winter performance, safety features, interior space and design, and plenty more.




    • Parker Burgio
      Parker Burgio

      This guy has a great voice and wonderful descriptions!

      about 1 month ago
    • Rene Hernandez
      Rene Hernandez

      El único problema que tiene el Toyota Camry es El limpiador de parabrisas de lado del conductor cuando está cayendo nieve no se puede parar porque topa en el Hut

      about 4 months ago
    • Imran Abbasi
      Imran Abbasi


      about 5 months ago
    • Blake Swan
      Blake Swan

      Personally I'd have to go with the Accord or Mazda 6 over this given it lacks Android Auto and the interior is so blah. I'll give up some reliability for some soul. The Mazda 6 and Accord are more premium inside and fun to drive. Toyota will still sell a ton of Camries to old people who hve never left the Toyota sale lot in there life. Toyota owners don't cross shop, they just blindly trade in for the newer model. Toyota will do fine by this.

      about 6 months ago
    • alan trevor
      alan trevor In reply to Blake Swan

      At least oldies can spell. While you're waiting at the side of the road with your 'less reliable' but cell phone integrated car, you will at least be able to call the tow truck and listen to some dirge music at the same time.. I run a Camry and a Kawasaki Ninja 1000....

      about 3 months ago
    • roadwarrior280
      roadwarrior280 In reply to Blake Swan

      Blake Swan I drove the Camry and the Accord. The Camry is way more fun.

      about 4 months ago
    • Liam Ross
      Liam Ross

      As much as I have to admit, the new Camry even in non-sporting trim model is yards and yards ahead of the bathtub is replaces. But ..... I am still confident in my 2019 Accord 2.0l turbo purchase over a similar trim line (Camry V6 XSE). The Camry performs fairly well and I certainly trust it's design and engineering for long term ownership, but it is still less dynamic and less fun to drive. The V6 is very quick and the inline 4 is reasonably good but both follow well behind the new Accord which is lighter, quicker, more precise handling with a more advanced interior and tech goodies. The 1.5l turbo in the Accor more than beats the base 2.5 inline 4 and the big monster 2.0l turbo trouches the V6 Camry in get up and performance thanks in part to almost 170lbs in weight reduction and low end / mid grunt. Camry is good and much better but still a bit dull and plain jane to drive.

      about 6 months ago
    • Blake Swan
      Blake Swan In reply to Liam Ross

      You are spot on. The Accord and Mazda 6 are better vehicles than the Camry. Congrats on your purchase. I actually think the 2L turbo Accord is a better vehicle than the Acura TLX. Its a fantastic car

      about 6 months ago