Toyota Camry Windshield Replacement Cost

When you go through lists naming the best sedans on the market, you’ll most likely see the Toyota Camry topping it. Owners praise the car for bringing the ultimate comfort, quality, and confidence on the road, regardless of weather conditions. Now, as steadfast as it is, the Camry is, unfortunately, not 100% immune to flying rocks, falling tree branches, and other annoying objects that can damage the auto glass. 

I know how dealing with an unexpected repair costs can affect your monthly budget, so I wanted to help you prepare accordingly. I’ve gone ahead and put in some work to collect the information by speaking directly to auto shop owners and mechanics. I called auto shops across the States and asked for quotes on windshield replacements for different years of Toyota Camry. I made sure to include a good selection of cities and states across the country so you have a cross-section of how price might change from location to location. 

Below you’ll find a list of my results, with the average replacement cost of a Toyota Camry windshield sorted by the model year, plus the actual quotes I got, with information on the shops and locations for each one. 

Replacement Cost – Factors

Sometimes it’s difficult to estimate the price of a windshield replacement. You have to consider all of the factors that impact the windshield replacement cost if your estimate is going to be at all accurate. You can go through windshield replacement price factors in more detail in my previous article but here’s a quick overview of some of the important ones for your Toyota Camry:

  • Model Year: The model year of your vehicle is always going to be a huge determining factor for windshield replacement costs. When it comes to the Toyota Camry, generally speaking the older the model, the cheaper it will be to replace the windshield. 
  • Location: Depending on where you live, the demand for vehicle repair services in your area can easily drive up the price. 
  • Auto Shop: Obviously, the specific auto shop you go to will determine the price, but cheaper isn’t always better. Independent shops set their own prices, and they can be more expensive than chain shops, but the service is also often far superior.
  • Special Features: If you’re looking to get a windshield with special features, say for example tinting, the price goes up.
  • Labor Costs: Installing a windshield takes work and that work isn’t free. You’ll have to pay for the labor required, and again, the auto shop often sets their own rates. Added features like tinting will increase the time it takes and impact labor costs too.
  • Windshield Manufacturer: The price of the windshield itself is set by the manufacturer, and it will change depending on if you go for an Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) windshield or an aftermarket part.
  • Insurance: Your insurance might help cover the cost of the replacement, but a lot of insurers don’t cover the cost of OEM parts or will only cover some of it. Of course, there’s a tradeoff here! Since OEM parts are made to the exact specs of the car, they tend to be sturdier and less likely to need future repairs than aftermarket parts, so choose carefully.

Toyota Camry Windshield Replacement Cost

The cost of replacing a Toyota Camry windshield is, of course, going to depend mostly on the model number of Camry we’re talking about. You’ll find the average prices for some different model years below, along with the auto shops and locations I got the quotes from. 

2018-2019-2020 Toyota Camry

If you own a new generation Toyota Camry, naturally, you should expect higher windshield replacement costs. This is directly related to windshield technologies such as rain sensors and other advanced driver assistance systems. Moreover, you would need a professional who is trained in these procedures, often mandated by manufacturers.

What I discovered during my research is that if you own a 2018, 2019, or 2020 Toyota Camry, on average, it’s going to cost you a little over $650 to have your windshield replaced. In terms of location, for instance, the lowest quote I got was from an autoshop in Downey, CA, where the price was around $350. On the other hand, the most expensive price was from Bellevue, WA – over $1100. 

I’ve gathered the results of my research in the table below where you can see other examples of windshield replacement prices for Toyota Camry (2018-2020) in different cities across the US.

LocationAuto ShopPrice
Downey, CAAll Star Glass$342.05
Houston, TXWindshield Hub$628.96
Lincoln, NEBinswanger Glass$475.00
Rutherford, NJGlass Direct$766.00
Bellevue, WASafelite Auto Glass$1171.30

2014-2015 Toyota Camry

Owners of a 2014 or 2015 Toyota Camry can rejoice as the price for windshield replacement is not as high as the newer generation models. On average, it’s going to cost you around $480, which is not a bad price for a 7-8 year old model (it’s not new, but it’s not that old either). One more thing I should mention is that both models have been a bestseller, so owners probably won’t have to deal with a limited selection of aftermarket options.

In terms of locations, during my research, I discovered that the most affordable price is in Lincoln, NE – $297. In Bellevue, WA, however, the price was around $960, making it the most expensive city on my list for 2014-2015 Toyota Camry windshield replacement services.

LocationAuto ShopPrice
Downey, CAAll Star Glass$341.61
Houston, TXWindshield Hub$383.32
Lincoln, NEAuto Glass Nation$297.00
Rutherford, NJGlass Direct$443.00
Bellevue, WASafelite Auto Glass$962.16

2012 Toyota Camry

There’s a little difference between windshield replacement prices for the 2012 Toyota Camry model and the 2014 and 2015 ones, but it’s there. I honestly thought that the cost would be the same, but calling various auto shops confirmed that owners of the 2012 model can expect the price to be just a little bit cheaper.

On average, it’s going to cost you around $460 to have the windshield of your 2012 Toyota Camry replaced. In cities like Houston, TX, and Lincoln, NE, auto shops can perform the service for around $300. In areas like New Jersey and Washington, the price goes up significantly. Take a look at the table below to find more examples of prices in various cities and states.

LocationAuto ShopPrice
Downey, CAAll Star Glass$341.61
Houston, TXWindshield Hub$295.06
Lincoln, NEAuto Glass Nation$297.00
Rutherford, NJGlass Direct$443.00
Bellevue, WASafelite Auto Glass$962.16

2005-2007-2009 Toyota Camry

Of course, as we go back in time and look at windshield replacement prices for older Toyota Camry models such as the 2005, the 2007 and the 2009 ones, the number goes down (dramatically). On average, it’s going to cost you a little over $300 to replace the windshield of your 2005, 2007, or 2009 Toyota Camry. The price is lower because the windshield technology is older, and pretty much any decent windshield mechanic can replace it. 

My research told me that the lowest windshield replacement prices are from auto shops in cities like Downey, CA, and Lincoln, NE. In Bellevue, WA, again, we observe the highest price. Go through the rest of the examples and locations in the table below to get a better idea. 

LocationAuto ShopPrice
Downey, CAAll Star Glass$290.12
Houston, TXWindshield Hub$259.32
Lincoln, NEAuto Glass Nation$248.00
Rutherford, NJArrow Auto Glass$290.00
Bellevue, WASafelite Auto Glass$487.21

1999 Toyota Camry

The 1999 Toyota Camry might be an oldie, but it’s an absolute classic. Unfortunately, once we start getting into the 90s and beyond, it gets harder for auto shops to give an estimate. With older models, mechanics cannot guarantee they can find the right windshield, and even if they do, they have to order it from third parties. 

For that reason, I only managed to get one quote for the 1999 Toyota Camry from Houston, TX.

LocationAuto ShopPrice
Houston, TXWindshield Hub$258.54


The good news for Toyota Camry owners is that the average windshield replacement price is around $400-$500, which is a decent number compared to some other models out there. Of course, you have to think about other factors such as location, OEM vs. aftermarket, auto shop, the year of your model, etc. I hope that my research gave you an idea of what to expect and helped you with preparing your wallet for what’s to come. I thought it’s annoying to face an unexpected repair but remember to always choose safety over money.

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