Tire pressure has an effect on everything from fuel consumption, traction, road handling, and even safety. It is important to check tire pressure regularly because it can fluctuate daily, especially when there is a sudden change in air temperature. It only takes a few extra minutes at the pump to give your tires a good check and it could save you money in the long run because it will help your tires last. Each make and model has its own tire pressure recommendation to follow. The recommended tire pressure on the 2017 Toyota Camry is listed below.
Recommended Tire Pressure on the 2017 Toyota Camry
The recommended tire pressure for the 2017 Toyota Camry is 35 psi. Keeping your tires as close to this as possible will help to keep you and your family safe and secure while on the road. Your 2017 Toyota Camry is also outfitted with a Tire Pressure Monitor System that will help alert you to any problems.
Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS)
The Toyota Tire Pressure Monitor System does exactly as the name implies. It checks the tire pressure in your tires and will alert you with a dashboard warning light that you have a low tire. The light should disappear after the tire has been properly inflated. If the light remains on you could have a leaky tire or a malfunctioning TPMS system. TPMS comes standard on the L and LE trims of the 2017 Toyota Camry.
Tire Pressure Monitor System with direct pressure readout
The Tire Pressure Monitor System with direct pressure readout has the same features as above with the additional ability to tell you which tire is low. It also provides a digital readout of the current psi reading of each of your tires. The Tire Pressure Monitor System with direct pressure readout comes standard on the XSE and XLE trims of the 2017 Toyota Camry.
Note: Do not solely rely on the Tire Pressure Monitor System. Tire pressure should still be manually checked by the driver.