It’s the Atara SX though that has the best story to tell though, with sat-nav and digital radio also being joined by new 18” alloy wheels, new red inserts along the lower edge of the front grille and rear-bumper diffuser and a power sunshade for the back windscreen.
Available from Toyota dealerships from next week, Toyota Australia sales and marketing chief, Tony Cramb, says the only price change being introduced to the top-selling mid-size car will be an additional $1,500 for the Atara SX.
The top-of-the line Atara SL gets wireless phone charging for compatible handsets, while the Atara gets a larger 6.1-inch entertainment screen over the outgoing unit. Stepping up to Altise Hybrid will now get you keyless entry and start, plus dual-zone climate control.
Toyota’s Camry has been Australia’s top-selling medium car for a record 22 consecutive years, but will be replaced by an imported model from either Thailand or Japan when the world’s biggest car-maker closes its Melbourne factory late next year.