The Toyota Camry was more than just the best-selling mid-size sedan in the U.S. in 2019. It was America’s top-selling vehicle that’s not a pickup truck or an SUV. Aside from a longstanding reputation for dependability and value, one of the ways the 2020 Camry appeals to so many buyers is its broad model lineup. Starting with the basic Camry L at $25,380 and topping out with the Lexus-like Camry XSE V6 at $36,085 (all including the mandatory $955 destination charge), Toyota offers more than a dozen trim levels of the four-door sedan, including three hybrid models.
New for 2020 are two additional Camry variations. For the first time, all-wheel drive is available as an option in all Camry trims with the standard four-cylinder engine except for the base L. It’s a $1,400 upcharge. The other addition to the 2020 Camry lineup is the all-new TRD model. More than just an appearance upgrade, the 2020 Camry TRD gets suspension and chassis mods that transform it into a sports sedan. Including destination, the new Camry TRD is priced at $32,125.