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Typical Repair Cost:
Average Mileage:
5,300 miles
Total Complaints:
4 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. not sure (3 reports)
  2. retrofit software to support android auto (1 reports)
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2018 Toyota Camry Owner Comments

problem #4

Feb 062018

Camry XSE 2.5L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 31 miles


I paid $36,488.13 cash for my 2018 Camry XSE 4cyl. Of course the 4 cyl isn't available with Integrated Nav for some stupid reason, so I had to go with the Entune Audio Plus options to get the roof and Heads Up Display and JBL system. I've had nothing but problems from day 1 with Entune and Scout among other things. The car has been back to the dealer over the Scout GPS, Entune, and Bluetooth problems at least 8 times. The first 3 times they tried fixing it in the service drive and didn't write it up so I wouldn't have any proof that it had been there as many times as it has. I kept getting error messages saying "BLUETOOTH MODULE NOT FOUND, NO MICROPHONE CONNECTED. WAITING TO CONNECT TO ENTUNE. CONNECTION ERROR, PLEASE TRY AGAIN. COMMUNICATION ERROR, PLEASE TRY AGAIN. Toyota finally sent a field service tech down and of course the usual response, "Can NOT duplicate problem. Everything working as it should".

Even when I DO get Scout GPS to work, the map sits there and spins back and forth and can't get its bearings on which direction the vehicle is heading. Always tells us to go the wrong way. Pretty damn bad when you pay this much for a new car with something the used as a selling point and have to keep a Garmin GPS in the trunk JUST IN CASE. I'm now working with Toyota USA to either buy the vehicle back because of my states Lemon Laws or the can trade me out for the V6 with Integrated nav. THIS FULLY EXPLAINS WHY MY WORTHLESS SALESMAN NEVER GOT IN THE VEHICLE AND WENT ON THE TEST DRIVE OR SHOWED ME HOW ANYTHING WORKS IN THE CAR.

- Rob H., Shepherdsville, KY, US

problem #3

Sep 262022

Camry EX V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 20,000 miles

I just purchased a 2018 Toyota Camry. The Bluetooth is horrible - it has a very bad echo to the point that I can't even use it. My job requires me to be on the phone a lot so I'm not sure what I'm going to do! Somebody please fix this problem!!!

- Sarah S., Springfield, OR, US

problem #2

Jul 012018

Camry LXE 4 cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 0 miles

Entune 3.1. Need I say more? Nearly every review on this car focuses on this, um, really really bad "infotainment" system. For us, it finally came down to get a new car or replace the Toyota system. We finally replaced it for a working one. I should mention we had a 2004 Chevy Malibu whose only problem was a bad starter- and we had it for 17 years. Got rear-ended & totaled. We figured that 14 years later we would get a better car... it is in some ways, but Entune was a mistake that should never have happened.

- Fred H., Dallas, US

problem #1

Jul 302018

Camry XLE 4 cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 1,000 miles

I have always been a loyal Toyota person, however after purchasing my 2018 Camry XLE I will NEVER buy another Toyota again, My sister is all about Honda and they are cheaper, she got her 2018 Accord a month after me and I love it and its a much better car then mine. I love my car but I am a music person, in the past I always used my computer and iTunes to make my cds. Music and a good radio system is a must for me, but the entune in this car is total junk!! I called in to complain and was informed I could upgrade to entune plus or premium which I have the standard version.

First and foremost, I was not told they had different versions of entune at the time I purchased my car, and second, I would assume by getting the XLE version it would have came with at least the mid grade, nonetheless the GPS is no good at all. No problem, I have my phone - but the radio does not even have the xm as most new cars do, no cd player but I thought it would be great because I get songs from iTunes or youtube on my phone and the music is SUPPOSED to play from my phone through the radio.

But it works when it wants to, in the beginning it was not so bad but I was not happy with it so after being told I could upgrade when I called in to complain I told them Toyota would never get another penny of my money!! Now they send me emails to trade in, no thank you! When I get ready to trade in, I will be dealing with Honda. I have less then 15,000 miles on my car, the radio is my only option listening to same songs over and over or commercials. I feel like a blast from the past! I have not had to listen to the radio in years!!

There's much better quality with cds but the Bluetooth just does the loading circle all the time, more so then it plays, and now its to the point even with my radio playing it pops up constantly for updates to be installed. I have followed the steps at least 20 times, it will say complete and in a few minutes it pops right back up needing updates so I am constantly having to tap install later just to get it off of my screen, it does not help to download and install, it still keeps doing it. I assume its like most companies, once they get big ranking number 1 they decide to start going cheap. I just hope they did not go cheap on the engine, once my bumper to bumper warranty is gone so will my Toyota. Toyota has gone cheap!! I have read many reviews from other people about this crappy entune system. Toyota cheaped out and it will cost them in the long run, word of mouth and social media goes a long way. I only wish I had these reviews available to me before I bought this car. As far as I am concerned, Toyota give me a cheap outdated radio system and the whole car is junk!!!

- Tina W., Douglasville, US

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