Base LE Model Now Starts at $23,975
2015 toyota camry
When Toyota unveiled the restyled Camry earlier this year at the New York Auto Show, the big mouth front bumper was supposed to give the best seller a little more flare. Toyota kept the price in line, with only a $100 increase from the 2014 version and lots of new options.
All Camrys come with an $825 destination charge, bringing the base 2015 Toyota Camry LE up to a starting price of $23,795. Power comes from a stout 2.5L inline-four cylinder engine cranking out a total of 178 horsepower to the tune of up to 35 MPG on the highway. Stylish standard features include chrome accents on the front grille and rear deck lid with offset satin finishes for interior accents. Heated side mirrors will be a big hit in colder climates while the eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat and one touch front windows will make life easier once inside.
The 2015 Toyota Camry SE starts at $24,665 and comes equipped with interior upgrades like a 4.2-inch TFT bright color display and a smoked chrome grille up front. Next up are the XLE and XSE, both available with Toyota’s 268 horsepower 3.5L V6. The XLE gets a set of 17-inch chrome alloys, LED daytime running lights, heated and power adjustable front seats as well as Toyota’s Entune Audio Plus premium multimedia system; all for $26,975. For the same price, the 2015 Toyota Camry XSE gets 18-inch painted rims and leather upholstery with Ultrasuede inserts.
Both V6 versions start at $32,195 and get even more premium features like LED headlights, Smart Key keyless entry, Entune Premium Audio with Navigation and App Suite powered by a seven inch touch screen display, power moon roof, wireless charging for cell phone and other extras. So no matter how much you have to spend on a new car, Toyota more than likely will have a 2015 Camry that will satisfy your needs.
Meanwhile, the 2015 Camry Hybrid lineup also had its pricing announced.
The base Camry Hybrid which is the LE begins at $27,615 and features Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive powertain. LE models come equipped with a eight-way power driver’s seat with power lumbar and the 4.2-inch multi information display. Next up is the Camry Hybrid SE which adds sport fabric trimmed front seats, a leather-trimmed tllt/telescopic three-spoke steering wheel, Bluetooth, and silver interior trim. The SE starts at $28,820. Finally there is Camry Hybrid XLE which starts at $30,805. Standard equipment includes chrome-finish seventeen-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, tire pressure monitoring system, leather seating with heated front seats, and four-way power passenger seat.