Category Archives: Toyota Camry

mechanic performing oil change while smiling at camera

What kind of oil does a 2020 Toyota Camry use?

Which Oil to Put in Your 2020 Camry

While we always recommend that you bring in your vehicle for regular servicing and check-ups, we respect and support the DIY home mechanic. One of the more basic car maintenance skills that people tend to learn when getting into cars and car care is changing the oil in a vehicle. If you go to the automotive section of your local department store, you’ll be greeted by a full wall of oils, all with different names and designations. None of them tell you which oil goes in which vehicle.

So, what kind of oil does a 2020 Toyota Camry use? Read the rest of this entry >>

Person refueling at a gas station

How to open a gas cap on a Toyota Camry?

Locating the Fuel Door Release in your Camry

We’ve all had it. The new car giddiness. The kind where everything is brilliant, but we still don’t know what all the buttons do or where certain controls are. That’s part of the magic of a new vehicle. However, pulling up to the pump just to realize you don’t know how to open you gas tank can be as embarrassing as it is frustrating.

No worries, we’re here to help. Let us show you…

How to open a gas cap on a Toyota Camry. Read the rest of this entry >>

Three 2020 RAV4 hyrbids lined up outside of modernist house

Which 2020 Toyota models are hybrids?

The Full Toyota Hybrid List

Hybrid technology has evolved considerably over the years, making hybrid vehicles better for the environment and better for your wallet. The benefits are incredibly drastic for anyone who does a decent amount of city driving. For those that live in urban areas, hybrids should be at the top of your list when looking to get a new vehicle. With hybrid gas mileage almost doubling that of normal combustion engines, it’s a no-brainer.

So then, hybrids are great. But which 2020 Toyota models are hybrids? Read the rest of this entry >>

2020 Toyota Camry AWD

Does the Camry have AWD?

Select Toyota Models Get AWD

Here at Toyota of Arlington, we often get asked which models on our lot have all-wheel drive. Inevitably, some customers are saddened when they find out the model they were dead-set on purchasing doesn’t have all-wheel drive. People ask about the Camry a lot. So that begs the question…

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Check Engine light on dashboard

How to reset Toyota Camry maintenance light?

Resetting the Maintenance Required Light in your Toyota Camry

Dashboard lights coming on is always a little spooky. Even if you take good care of your car, sometimes things just happen. However, not all dash lights mean something is terribly wrong; some are just reminders. The maintenance required light is one of them. But that doesn’t mean you want it on all the time.

Here’s how to reset a Toyota Camry maintenance light. Read the rest of this entry >>

2020 Toyota Camry Exterior Passenger Side Profile

2020 Toyota Camry Trim Level Options & MSRP

Although we’ve spoken quite a bit about the brand-new 2020 Toyota Camry TRD, we haven’t yet spoken much about the “ordinary” Camry of this model year. We figured the best way to kick off those conversations, considering the 2020 Camry is now available right here at Arlington Toyota, would be to cover its trim level options & MSRP information, so check out the table below! Read the rest of this entry >>

2020 Toyota Avalon and Camry TRD Lineup Exterior Shots

2020 Toyota Avalon TRD & Camry TRD Specs & Features

Earlier this year, perhaps even last year, we first dropped the news about Toyota Racing Development creating trim levels for two of their most popular sedans, following in the footsteps of the Toyota 86 before it. For the most part, TRD has only built special edition versions of off-road vehicles like the 4Runner, Tacoma and Tundra. Lately, it’s been expanding, and now this month both the 2020 Toyota Avalon TRD and Camry TRD go on sale, so we thought we’d highlight some of their best specs & features for you once again. Read the rest of this entry >>

2018 Toyota Camry Exterior Driver Side Front Profile

2018 Toyota Camry & Sienna owners can upgrade for Apple CarPlay & Amazon Alexa

We’ve got some pretty great news for owners of either a 2018 Toyota Camry or 2018 Toyota Sienna. Roughly a year ago, Toyota announced its plans to offer Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa compatibility on a several 2019 models and most 2020 models, with the end goal of it being offered in all vehicles on the lineup. In an effort to move those plans forward, Toyota has announced that owners of these two vehicles can now bring in their Camry or Sienna for an upgrade that will add Apple CarPlay & Amazon Alexa compatibility to their vehicles. Read the rest of this entry >>