New 2015 Toyota Camry XSE trim price is a surprise
Toyota released the 2015 Camry price list today, and the new XSE trim pricing seems to be a great value. The new Camry has new exterior styling, a new interior, and chassis changes. However, the bigger news is that Toyota will finally combine the popular SE sporty elements with the luxury appointments in the XLE many folks also want. This new trim is the XSE.
New 2015 Toyota Camry XSE Trim
Those who have not yet heard about the new XSE trim may want to take a look at our prior report here that gives every detail. In brief, it is the ultimate Camry. Available with either the frugal 2.5-Liter 4-cylinder engine, or the powerful V6, the new XSE will be the top Camry. The best part about this is that Toyota is not going to gouge you and charge you for twice the content.
Toyota Camry XSE Pricing
The Basic Camry is the LE, and it starts at $ 22,970. Even that most basic Camry comes with many features still considered upscale by other manufacturers. For example, every Camry has a power driver’s seat with 8-way adjustment. I am presently testing a Volkswagen costing almost $10K more than the base Camry that has only cloth seats with manual 3 way adjustment.
The Camry XLE with the 4-Cylinder engine costs $26,150, and that is exactly what the sportier looking XSE also costs. The 6-Cylinder Camry XLE is $31,370 and so does the XSE. These prices include so many features it is impossible to list them without recreating the Toyota website. 4-Cylinder XSE cars have heated, leather trimmed seats with power passenger adjustment and a multimedia display. 6-Cylinder XSE cars come standard with Smart Key, navigation, sunroof, and Qi wireless device charging.
Prices above do not include destination, or the always fun dealer documentation fees, so figure at least another $1200 on top of these before you start to negotiate. Those who opt to get a more basic LE or SE trim level Camry will be pleased to know that the prices are basically the same as the outgoing 2014.5 model year car with the older body style. Toyota plans to have the new 2015 Camry on dealer lots in this current month of September.