The 2017 version of the Toyota Camry Atara S will now come with satellite-navigation as standard.
One model grade up from the entry-level Camry Altise, the Atara S also picks up digital radio, voice recognition and a seven-inch touchscreen.
While sat-nav remains a $700 option in the base-model.
Coming on the back of a range of improvements introduced to the Camry and Camry Hybrid range in May, Toyota Australia sales and marketing chief Tony Cramb says the top-selling model starts 2017 in a strong position.
“Camry has been Australia’s preferred mid-size vehicle for more than two decades. It’s a family favourite that also offers clear bottom-line benefits for business owners,”
“This upgrade reflects Toyota‘s commitment to continuous and ongoing improvement of Camry’s design, quality and specification.”
The 2017 Toyota Camry range starts from $26,490 and $30,490 for the hybrid version.