As seen elsewhere in the automaker’s lineup, Toyota is promoting its warranty to those concerned about hybrid longevity. The 2025 Camry will get a 36-month/36,000-mile basic warranty, a 60-month/60,000-mile power warranty, and an eight-year/100,000-mile hybrid warranty. The hybrid battery is covered by a 10-year/150,000-mile warranty, which will be transferred to the new owner if the vehicle is sold. ToyotaCare is standard, too, with two years/25,000 miles of standard factory maintenance, as well as two years of roadside assistance.
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The big question, of course, is how much all the changes and extras in the ninth-generation Camry will add to the sticker price. The current 2024 sedan starts at $26,420 (plus destination), but the hybrid model starts at $28,855 (plus destination). Toyota won’t be swayed by reality, though it insists it will compete with rivals like the latest Honda Accord. We’ll see how this 2025 Camry compares closer to its arrival in dealerships, which Toyota says is expected in the spring of 2024.