2015 Toyota Camry: LE vs SE vs XSE vs XLE
The 2015 Toyota Camry has an extensively refreshed appearance and we love it! The team of Toyota engineers has put a lot of hard work into giving the car a sportier appearance, innovative technology and a more comfortable interior.
The Camry is available at Miller Toyota in Manassas, VA in several trims and the following overview will help you figure out which one is going to be perfect for you.
This is the standard and the most inexpensive Camry model. Together with the Camry SE, the LE ranks among Toyota’s best sellers because of the price to quality ratio that it delivers.
The standard equipment that the vehicle is provided with includes a 2.5-liter four cylinder engine, six-speed automatic transmission, an eight-way power driver’s seat, heated mirrors, automatic up-down windows and chrome trims.
The manufacturer suggested retail price for the 2015 LE is 22,970 dollars.
There are several key differences between the LE and the SE. Though the engine is the same, the SE comes with an additional TFT dashboard display, trunk trim, smoked grille and a direct tire pressure monitor. These additional features add 1,000 dollars to the price of the base model.
Leather-covered seats and heating of the front two are added to further boost the convenience of the Camry experience. Suede inserts, Entune system, four-way power passenger seats, LED running lights and 18-inch aluminum wheels set this model apart.
The XSE is available with a 2.5-liter four cylinder engine or a 3.5-liter six cylinder engine. The prices of the two varieties are respectively 26,150 dollars and 31,370 dollars.
The 205 Toyota Camry range features three hybrid trims – the hybrid LE, SE and XLE. All of these come with the standard equipment and a 2.5-liter four cylinder hybrid engine. The hybrids feature E-CVT transmission. In terms of pricing, the three trims cost respectively 26,790 dollars, 27,995 dollars and 29,980 dollars.
The Hybrid SE is provided with sports fabric seats, a leather-covered steering wheel, audio control and Bluetooth connectivity. The XLE features additional leather-covered and heated seats, LED running lights, four-way power passenger seats and a direct tire pressure monitor.
Reading about the specifications can give you a really good idea about the differences between the trims but seeing the 2015 Camry for yourself will help you make up your mind. Come and visit Miller Toyota and we’ll explain the differences, helping you make the right selection for your lifestyle and driving preferences.