Used 2017 Toyota Camry for Sale
About the 2017 Toyota Camry
The Camry is one of Toyota's longest running vehicle models, having been in constant production since 1982. Today, the Camry is in its eighth generation of production (2017-present). The 2017 Toyota Camry is a midsize sedan that offers seating for up to five people and is for sale in four trim configurations. With its two engine options, spacious trunk (15.4 cubic feet), and other standard features (including sunroof and keyless ignition), the 2017 Camry can be a great choice if you're in the market for a midsize sedan that's roomy and fun to drive.
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Q: How fast can a 2017 Toyota Camry go?
A: The 2017 Toyota Camry XSE trim with V6 engine can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in 6.1 seconds.
Q: What type of engine does a 2017 Toyota Camry have?
A: There are two engines available for sale on the 2017 Camry: a 2.5L four-cylinder engine that comes standard on all trim levels, and a more powerful 3.5L V6 that is optional on the XSE and XLE trims.
Q: What kind of mileage does the 2017 Toyota Camry get?
A: Mileage will vary based on trim and powertrain, but the 2017 Camry base trim with 2.5L four-cylinder engine gets an EPA-estimated 27 mpg combined.1
Q: Does the 2017 Toyota Camry have CVT transmission?
A: No, all 2017 Toyota Camry models come with a six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive.
1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates when vehicles sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov for details.
2017 Toyota Camry Trim Configurations
The 2017 Toyota Camry is available in four trim configurations, all of which come standard with front-wheel drive and a 2.5L four-cylinder engine at 178 horsepower. A 3.5L V6 at 268 horsepower is for sale as an option on the upper XSE and XLE trims.
Toyota Camry LE
- 16-inch wheels (steel)
- 6.1-inch touchscreen interface
- Six-speaker audio system
- Keyless entry
Toyota Camry SE
- Larger 17-inch wheels (alloy)
- Leather-wrapped steering wheel
- Simulated-leather upholstery
- Sport-tuned suspension
Toyota Camry XSE
- 18-inch wheels
- Automatic dual-zone climate control
- Premium 10-speaker sound system
- Wireless device charging
- Simulated-suede upholstery
Toyota Camry XLE
- Heated front seats
- Leather upholstery
- Keyless entry/ignition (V6 models)
2017 Toyota Camry vs. Other Cars
The 2017 Camry has a lot to offer for a midsize sedan. If you're still exploring options for your next vehicle purchases, there are a few other contenders you may want to check out as well.
- 2017 Toyota Camry vs. 2017 Honda Accord
If you're looking for a midsize vehicle that comes in both sedan and coupe body styles, the 2017 Accord might be worth a look. This vehicle is offered in no fewer than seven trim configurations and two engine options: a 2.4L four-cylinder and a 3.5L V6. Trunk space on the 2017 Accord is 15.5 cubic feet, which is comparable to the 2017 Camry's available 15.4 cubic feet. Both the 2017 Accord and 2017 Camry share such standard equipment as 16-inch wheels and a rearview camera. However, the 2017 Accord also features a standard continuously variable transmission (CVT) and automatic dual-zone climate control. Meanwhile, the 2017 Camry offers a six-speaker sound system (compared to the 2017 Accord's four-speaker system), a touchscreen interface, and a sunroof.
- 2017 Toyota Camry vs. 2017 Nissan Altima
Like the 2017 Camry, the 2017 Altima is a midsize sedan that offers seating for up to five people and is available in two engine configurations: a 2.4L four-cylinder and a 3.5L V6. Trunk space on the 2017 Altima and Camry are identical at 15.4 cubic feet. Shared standard equipment between these two sedans includes 16-inch wheels, air conditioning, and power accessories. However, the 2017 Camry also boasts a sunroof, power front seats, and a six-speaker sound system on its base LE trim. The 2017 Altima, on the other hand, comes with standard keyless remote entry and ignition, whereas the 2017 Camry only offers remote entry.
- 2017 Toyota Camry vs. 2017 Toyota Avalon
If you're looking for something a little larger, the 2017 Toyota Avalon is a full-size sedan with comfortable seating for five people. Its cabin is roomy and it offers a full 16 cubic feet of trunk space, in addition to a standard 3.5L V6 on all five trim levels. Its base XLE trim is generously equipped with such features as automatic dual-zone climate control, leather upholstery, heated front seats, a seven-inch touchscreen, and keyless entry/ignition. A 2017 Avalon can be an excellent choice if you like the Camry but want something slightly larger and with more standard features.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2017 Toyota Camry. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit nhtsa.gov/recalls to look up a specific vehicle.
Reviews for 2017 Toyota Camry
love my car
my family has always shopped at carmax when getting cars. this was my first experience with carmax on my own and my saleswoman was very helpful and did all in her power to help me get my car. Even when one of my breaks and rotors were going out carmax fixed it under warranty. I’ve had the car for about 5 months. very happy with my purchase.
- Reliability: Camrys have always been reliable for me and this car was no different.
- Interior Space: love leather seats and they are easy to clean
- Technology and Entertainment: i went from a 2011 to a 2017 so having an up to date car is amazing
- Braking: the breaks were going out after 3 months which I felt the servicemen should have caught that and changed then breaks out before selling me the vehicle.
The 2017 Camry XSE is best car I've owned...and that says a lot. I drove it from Arizona to Tennessee and back soon after purchase and it was a great ride! The comfort and quality is unmatched. It has leather and suede(?) seats that are very soft, the doors, dash, carpet and roof are all beautiful material as well. The only con about this car is that if you ride in another car, its disappointing compared to the Camry.
- Reliability: C'mon, it's a Toyota, you take cre of it and it will take care of you.
- Interior Space: Very roomy, very comfortable, high quality!
- Ride and Handling: Smooth ride!
There's a reason the Camry is #1. It's not exciting, nor is it cutting-edge, but does everything you need it to, and does it well. Ride is smooth and quiet, everything is easy to use (controls are straightforward), interior is very spacious - can easily fit 4-5 people, baby car seats, luggage, etc. Love the power driver seat and leatherette trim in the SE. The infotainment is simple but a bit outdated and I wish Carplay was available. Projected reliability is high and 2 years free maintenance is a nice bonus. Overall, for the price, the value of a Camry can't be beat.
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