Toyota today announced pricing for the 2016 edition of its mid-size Camry. Some trims add new standard features, but all versions of this “bold sedan” (as Toyota boldly describes it) get price increases to go along with the extra kit.
As in 2015, this year’s line starts with the LE, at an MSRP of $24,100, a $405 increase that brings with it standard auto up/down front power windows, chrome inside door handles, and a newly-available black interior.
Building on that is the SE, priced at $25,550; that’s a bump of $310 that doesn’t include any new stuff, but comes with more aggressive styling (Toyota’s words), paddle shifters, sport fabric seat upholstery, leather-trimmed steering wheel and shifter, and aluminum doorsill scuff plates.
Toyota’s next step is the XLE, which building on the LE, this trim adds (among other things) navigation, satellite radio, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, leather seats, heated front seats, power-adjustable front seats, leather-trimmed steering wheel and shifter, intelligent keyless entry, LED daytime running lights, and 17-inch alloy wheels. As with the SE, there’s nothing new here for 2016, but the $31,340 pricetag is a $300 increase over 2015.
Choose the XLE V6, however, and the $35,920 MSRP (up $1,120 over 2015) adds Toyota’s pre-collision system, dynamic radar-based cruise control, and lane departure warning. That’s on top of carried-over features, which include a 10-speaker stereo, “premium” navigation, LED headlights, blind spot monitor and rear cross traffic alert, sunroof, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and garage door opener.
The XSE trim returns for 2016, combining the upscale feel of the XLE with a “unique, sporty focus.” There are no new features here for $28,550, but that price is $310 higher. Kit an XSE out with the V6 engine, and Toyota will ask for $34,210, also a $310 uptick over the 2015 price.
Hybrid models begin with the LE version, priced at $29,085 (up $375); the standard feature list adds a few niceties compared to the gas-only LE, but none of them are new for 2016.
Hybrid SE trim comes in at $31,460; that’s up from $29,935, but the new price comes with new features, including heated front seats, ‘ultrasuede’ seat upholstery, and a four-way power adjustable front passenger seat.
Finally, there’s the Hybrid XLE, which for 2016 adds the same pre-collision system, dynamic radar-based cruise control, and lane departure warning as the gas-only XLE V6 model, for $35,985, a $1,185 increase over the same 2015 model.