Pre-Owned 2021 ToyotaCamry XSE Sedan

      Exterior Color
      Predawn Gray Mica
      Interior Color
      Black
      Odometer
      17043
      Fuel Economy
      27/38 MPG City/Hwy
      Transmission
      Automatic
      Drivetrain
      Front-Wheel Drive
      Engine
      I-4 cyl
      VIN
      4T1K61AK2MU455052
      Stock Number
      PMU455052
      Toyota Camry
      • Carfax One Owner

      Dealer Notes

      2021 Toyota Camry XSE Predawn Gray Mica


      Black w/Fabric Seat Trim w/Sport SofTex.

      FWD 8-Speed Automatic 2.5L I4 DOHC 16V 27/38 City/Highway MPG

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      Detailed Specifications

      • 19-in Black Alloy Wheels
      • Black Front Grille w/Sport Mesh Insert
      • Dual Exhaust w/Quad Chrome Tips
      • LED Headlights w/Integrated LED DRLs
      • 7-in TFT Multi-Information Display
      • Audio Plus - 9-in Touchscreen, 6 Spkrs,
      • Dual-Zone Auto Climate Control
      • For Full Product Details
      • Leather-Trimmed Heated Front Seats
      • Power Driver & Passenger Seat
      • Smart Key System w/Push Button Start
      • 2.5L 4-Cyl Engine
      • 206 hp @ 6600 rpm / 186 lb-ft @ 5000 rpm
      • 8-Speed Transmission w/Paddle Shifters
      • Sport-Tuned Suspension
      • Backup Camera
      • Blind Spot Monitor w/Rear Cross
      • Safety & Remote Connect w/1-Year Trial
      • Star Safety System
      • Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+: Pre-Collision

      KBB.com Consumer Reviews

      Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
      Overall3.9Out of 5
      • Didn't expect car problems being new

        By Michael on Wednesday, September 30, 2020

        1.0
        This car has been a laughing joke matter. Battery problems. Electrical system codes. Transmission dose not shift correctly.
      • Nice looking vehicle

        By Great1 on Tuesday, September 08, 2020

        3.0
        I finally got the 2020 Toyota Camry that I wanted. But after only six months the battery just went dead. This car is very nice looking and it's comfortable. After reading a lot of the other reviews on here with complaints about the battery, makes me realize, that this is a common issue. So, therefore it's not a reliable car. Especially if I don't know from one day to the next if my car is going to crank. That was my reason for getting a brand new car so that I could have reliable transportation. Seems like Toyota should address the issue. The service man at the dealer said that maybe something was left on or a door was left ajar.I didn't leave anything on or open. And that everything was fine. And that they charged up the battery instead of replacing it. After reading the comments on here I think what he said was a bunch of hogwash. I think it's just best for me to trade this in for something else. I thought that Toyota was supposed to be top of the line but from this experience I don't think so!
      • On-going dead battery issue

        By Brad T on Friday, December 04, 2020

        3.0
        Bought the 2020 Camry SE for my wife. Beautiful engineering and styling BUT there is a big on-going and unresolved issue with the dead battery. We've had this car less than 6 months, very little mileage and the battery has gone dead twice. Each time it was taken to the dealer and both times they claim they do not know the cause. More than likely it is not the battery nor the charging system -- more than likely it's an electronic system that continues to draw substantial power after the vehicle is off. I have looked through the blogs and found many other people have complained about the same issue and all seem to be unresolved. Very frustrating.
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