The Toyota Camry is the standard American sedan. It’s the target other automakers aim for when they build their own sedans. Toyota doesn’t make it easy. Toyota offers a total of four different Camry models, each catering to its own specific style, taste, and budget.
Which Camry is right for you?
Some might call the LE “basic trim.” But there’s nothing “basic” about the entry-level 2017 Toyota Camry model. The LE includes a 6.1″ Entune touchscreen media center, automatic headlights, and keyless entry. Even an 8-way power adjustable driver’s seat is in the mix. It might not be the “luxury” model, but the LE still gives drivers the white-glove treatment.
It’s not entirely correct to call the SE th “bad boy” of the lineup. Just as with Golden Retrievers, every Camry is a good boy! But that doesn’t mean the SE can’t look (and act) a bit like a street racer. The SE adds a sport-tuned suspension riding on graphite-finished 17″ alloy wheels. Once inside, find a set of paddle shifters for the automatic transmission and an upgraded touchscreen. Snappy!
“XSE” would stand for “Xquisite,” if that were a real word. Both luxuriant leather-and-suede upholstered seats in the front row are heated for maximum comfort through the year. Dual-zone climate control helps, too. The XSE keeps the jams flowing with a 10-speaker JBL audio system and Qi wireless phone charging.
The XLE brings a full-force onslaught of Toyota’s advanced driving technologies, including a lane departure warning system, dynamic radar cruise control, automatic pre-collision braking, and automatic high-beam control. Added to this tech tour-de-force is the sleek appearance of LED daytime running lights, 17″ alloy wheels, and the decadent pleasure of full leather upholstery with woodgrain trim throughout the cabin. XLE spells “maximum indulgence.”
Try Them All
East Madison Toyota has all the trim levels of the new Toyota Camry for you to review side by side. A short test drive in each should tell you which Camry is right for your style, taste, and budget. Call or stop by today.