2015 Toyota Camry priced up for fall launch

Sep 2, 2014
2015 Toyota Camry priced up for fall launch

Toyota has priced up its new 2015 Camry and Camry Hybrid, and the sedan that has proved America's best-selling car over the past twelve years straight will kick off from just shy of $23k. Price changes among the entry-level trims are almost unchanged over last year's car, Toyota claims, and there's a new XSE version with sportier looks for those who might consider the Camry a little too mainstream for their driveway.

The cheapest model will be the Camry LE, with 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine good for 178 HP and 170 lb-ft of torque; it'll come in at $22,970. Your money will get you an 8-way power driver's seat and passenger auto-up/down electric window, among other features.


The Camry SE keeps the LE specs but adds smoked chrome trim on the outside and a 4.2-inch display in the center console, along with a direct tire pressure monitoring system. It comes in at $24,840 with the same engine.

$26,150 gets either the Camry XLE or Camry XSE, also with the 2.5-liter engine. They have leather-trimmed and heated seats, Entune Audio Plus infotainment, and LED running lights. The XLE gets a four-way power passenger seat and 17-inch alloy wheels with a super-chrome finish; the XSE gets leather-trimmed and Ultrasuede seats, and 17-inch alloys with machined face and black face.


$31,370, meanwhile, gets either the Camry XSE or Camry XLE, both with a 3.5-liter V6 engine (268 HP) and, like all the non-hybrid models, a six speed auto transmission. Both have LED high and low headlamps, Smart Key entry, Entune Premium Audio with Navigation and Toyota's app suite, accessed via a 7-inch touchscreen, and a power tilt/slide moonroof. They also have Qi wireless charging for a smartphone, among other features.

As for the Camry Hybrid, that comes in LE, SE, and XLE trims for $26,790, $27,995, and $29,980 respectively. Each have a 4.2-inch infotainment screen and 8-way power driver's seat; the SE upgrades to SofTex sport fabric on the seats, leather trim to the dash, and Bluetooth. Finally, the XLE has leather seats with heating, LED daytime running lights, 17-inch wheels and pressure monitoring.

Hybrids have a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine and E-CVT gearbox paired with battery assist.

All models are expected to hit forecourts in the US in late September.

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