What’s the Toyota Camry tire pressure?

The 2025 Toyota Camry is now on our lot and we’re so excited to have it here. But, a lot of customers have been asking us what’s the Toyota Camry tire pressure. Our Clermont Toyota product specialists are Making it Simple™️ for you to understand. Let’s get started.

What’s new on the 2025 Toyota Camry?

Before knowing the Toyota Camry tire pressure, you’ll want to know a little bit about the model first. The 2025 Toyota Camry recently just got an upgrade and now it only comes in hybrid – and we’re loving it. Here’s what you can expect.

  • Up to 51 MPG combined
  • Available 12.3-in multimedia screen with Apple Carplay and Android Auto
  • Available Electronic On-Demand AWD
  • Toyota Safety Sense 3.0
  • A new grill
  • Starting MSRP of $28,400

Now that you’ve been updated – let’s get into why knowing the Toyota Camry tire pressure is important.

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Why is knowing the Toyota Camry tire pressure important?

Have you ever noticed that one random light on your dashboard that has a triangle – well it’s your tire pressure light blinking. When you go fill the air, you’ll want to know your Toyota Camry tire pressure because it can be dangerous if you put in too much air. Here’s what can happen if you go overinflate your recommended PSI:

  • Tire blowout. This makes you lose control of your Clermont Toyota and can dangerously affect braking distance (which is very important).
  • Driver’s assistance safety features malfunction. Features like the anti-locking braking system can malfunction, which can be crucial at some points on the road.
  • Decreased traction. This can turn into increased skidding (which can make you collide with another vehicle).
  • Increased wear and tear. If you go over your recommended PSI, then you’ll find yourself purchasing tires more frequently – which is a pretty penny.

Also, if you don’t put in enough air, you’ll find yourself at the gas station using the air pump more often. Also, it’s not the safest either. Here’s what can happen if your tires are underinflated:

  • Increased friction. This turns into overheating, which can also give you increased wear and tear. This happens because there is an increased contact between the rubber of the tires and the road.
  • Flat tire. Obviously, if you ignore your underinflated tires and don’t fill them up, you’ll eventually get a flat tire – which is so inconvenient. 

You’ll know when your tires are underinflated because you’ll see a dashboard warning light.

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Toyota Camry tire pressure answered

Now let’s get into the Toyota Camry tire pressure. Toyota recommends keeping your 2025 Toyota Camry’s tires at 35 PSI – this applies to both front and rear tires. You can always check your tire pressure using a PSI measurement tool, which you can purchase at the Toyota of Clermont shop. 

Looking for a Toyota Camry? Our Clermont Toyota sales specialists can help

If you’re looking for tires for Toyota Camry are best, don’t worry you can just talk to one of our Clermont Toyota product specialists. Also, if you’re interested in purchasing a 2025 Toyota Camry, you can always stop by Toyota of Clermont. We’re just off the Florida Turnpike at 16851 State Road 50, Clermont, FL, 34711. We are open conveniently seven days a week.