The 2015 Toyota Camry Has a Trim Level to Suit Every Need
With space to spare, responsive handling, and premium styling, the 2015 Camry is an exceptional sedan with extremely well-balanced trim levels. Whatever you want from your vehicle, the new Camry has a model which can accommodate your needs.
Starting at $22,970 (MSRP), the entry-level Camry is fitted with plenty of standard equipment designed to make each drive feel effortless. An Entune Audio system and Entune Multimedia Bundle come standard—this features a 6.1-inch touchscreen display, an AM/FM CD player with MP3/WMA playback capability, and six crystal-clear speakers.
If you want the same package with extra efficiency, a Hybrid LE is available for a starting MSRP of just $26,790.
Starting at just $23,840 (MSRP), the 2015 Toyota Camry SE is all about indulging you with some of the most comfortable interior fittings available. While you settle into a premium 8-way power driver’s seat with power lumbar support, you’ll be able to control your drive from a rich leather-trimmed sport steering wheel.
Even the front passenger enjoys a 4-way adjustable seat, and all passengers enjoy Sport fabric SofTex for a soft, supportive ride. A hybrid version of the SE is available for a starting price of $27,995 (MSRP).
Starting at $27,995 (MSRP), the XSE upgrades the features found in previous models, making this a fantastic trim level for drivers who spend a lot of time on the road. Dual-zone automatic climate control comes standard, and your Entune is upgraded to an Audio Plus package, which features cutting-edge voice recognition technology, advanced HD Radio, and HD traffic and weather reports in major metropolitan areas. It’s even available with the added power of a 3.5L V6 engine.
Starting at $26,150 (MSRP), the XLE takes premium to the next level. Creating an immediate visual statement by posing on 17-inch alloy wheels with Super Chrome paint and fully automatic projector-beam halogen headlights, the XLE is the ultimate Camry for drivers who demand the very best—and then more.
Like the XSE, this model is available with a 3.6L V6, but it can also be fitted with a hybrid powertrain for just $29,890 (MSRP).
Each new Camry model is available now at Oxmoor Toyota. For more information, or for help deciding on the right model for your needs, contact one of our friendly and experienced team members today!
Posted in 2015 ModelsSours: https://www.oxmoortoyota.com/blog/2015-toyota-camry-trim-levels/
2015 Toyota Camry
$22,970 - $31,370MSRP / Window Sticker Price
|MPG||25 City / 35 Hwy|
|Transmission||6-spd auto w/OD|
|Power||178 @ 6000 rpm|
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The Toyota Camry is this century’s brightest car star. More than 400,000 were sold in the U.S. last year, a volume topped only by Ford and Chevrolet pickups. This begs the question: Why would Toyota call for a Camry pit stop only halfway to the seventh-generation car’s checkered flag?
The pat answer is because it can. With an R&D budget claimed to be $1 million per hour, the world’s largest car company can afford to shower its mid-size family sedan with financial love, following CEO Akio Toyoda’s guileless directive to “build better cars.” There are six other reasons. Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Nissan, and Volkswagen all offer excellent mid-size alternatives to the compulsively introverted Camry. In August, Honda loaded its shotgun with excess inventory and generous incentives to blast out 51,075 Accords, beating Camry sales by 7032 units.
Toyota Wants to Buff . . . It Up
So only three years after the last full redesign, Toyota has substantially fluffed and buffed the Camry to renew the interest of faithful customers and to (hopefully) draw fresh recruits. The 2015 edition we drove on the Big Island of Hawaii lives halfway between a normal midcycle facelift and a clean-sheet overhaul. Every exterior panel is new except the roof. Adding 22 spot welds in the cowl and around the door apertures improves the stiffness of the unibody. The previous base L model is dead, and there are more versions with an “S” in their name to celebrate Toyota’s discovery that even Camry buyers may be entertained by more assertive driving dynamics. Cost-conscious interiors have been upgraded with more soft surfaces, nicer detailing, and contemporary electronic gear. Chassis systems—steering, brakes, suspension—receive minor changes aimed at better ride and feel. The one area receiving no attention is powertrains: The Camry’s 2.5-liter four-cylinder, 3.5-liter V-6, and hybrid propulsion system—all of which are dependable and proven, if not exciting—carry on without alteration.
Two front-fascia designs draw eyes to this long-ignored model. There’s a five-bar treatment for models with an L in their name and a honeycomb maw for those coded S. All family members have subtle hood creases and upper and lower character folds in their side surfaces. Lamp treatments—especially the running-light slashes adorning the lower front corners—border on racy. The one bit of chicanery is a faux quarter-window stuck onto each C-pillar. Ironically, Hyundai and Toyota are heading in opposite styling directions. The 2015 Hyundai Sonata has backed off some on bold exterior design just as the Camry molts its boring skin.
Inside, the Camry catches up with the affordable-mid-size-sedan times. The intent is to deliver nice-to-touch, easy-to-use surfaces throughout. Upper trim levels get French seams; all cars receive additional soft trim, clearly labeled knobs and buttons, and a rearview camera. All but the base LEs receive a 4.2-inch TFT screen between the cluster dials for driver information, navigation instructions, and warning messages. The list of available safety gear now includes lane-departure warning, automatic brake assist, a blind-spot monitor with rear traffic alert, and radar-based active cruise control. Although you don’t have to search to find some residual shiny, hard, black plastic (there’s some at the base of the windshield, where it causes glare), the Camry’s new interior is a worthy upgrade, especially in light of the modest price increases. (Full pricing info and equipment details are available here.)
Old folks have dominated the Camry customer base, but at least there’s a concerted effort here to welcome them to the information age. The Entune multimedia system includes a 6.1- or 7.0-inch touch screen with voice recognition, Bluetooth streaming, a USB port, and an extensive list of apps. By touching the appropriate icon, you can reset the clock or sync your smartphone. The top 10-speaker, 586-watt JBL sound system is way too hip for seniors thanks to less boominess and improved frequency balance. The niftiest piece of equipment that’s optional in several models and standard in a few is a nonslip surface located in the center console that uses Qi technology to wirelessly recharge compatible mobile devices. Take that, Honda Accord!
Driving the New(-ish) Camry
Thanks to the more rigid unibody and 30-percent more undercarpet sound deadening, even the base Camry is a smooth, quiet runner. All front bucket seats have wrapping backrests and grippy coverings resistant to side slip. Life in back is commendably free of tire and wind noise, and the rear seat accommodates three adults in comfort. Backrests split and fold even on the hybrid to expand the roomy trunk. All powertrains are polite and reasonably well behaved though lacking in verve. If passing other cars is on your agenda, skip the 178-hp four-cylinder, as it has a tendency to leave you hanging far too long in the oncoming-traffic lane. The drone that plagues Toyota Priuses is pleasantly muted in all three Camry hybrid trim levels.
Give the Camry’s engineering team credit for holding weight gain to less than 100 pounds by offsetting content additions with lighter window regulators and windshield-wiping equipment. Simplifying the trunk-hinge mechanism and combining two cargo-floor mats into a single covering also saved a few pounds. We expect acceleration and stopping performance to nearly match the outgoing Camry’s. In other words, performance is adequate . . . for your parents. The manual shift mode won’t hold gears at redline, although in S models it does match revs during downshifts.
In spite of slightly wider wheel tracks, a half-inch gain in the width of the base wheels, and stiffer base-level front springs, there’s no noticeable gain in handling to report. The modest suspension retune was mainly aimed at improving the ride quality over the bumps that are never hard to find around Toyota’s Ann Arbor, Michigan, technical center. All Camrys ride on all-season radials that prioritize low rolling resistance, high mileage, and good wet and snow grip over dry-pavement traction. The XSE package, which includes 18-inch wheels and tires, is as good as it gets. Here, the steering effort rises slightly off-center, though further effort build and road feel are tragically absent. While there’s more grip than with the 16- and 17-inch wheels and body control is reasonable, the front tires howl ‘slow down!’ when you get frisky on a twisty road. Brakes have been improved with a new two-stage booster, but it’s calibrated for more pedal travel than we prefer for optimum modulation.
Hybrid customers can tap into the new more assertive Camry exterior design by selecting the SE edition. While they’re limited to 17-inch rolling stock, at least they benefit from better front-to-rear balance thanks to the weight of the 1.6-kWh battery pack spotted in the trunk. For many Camry types, the hybrid is the smart choice thanks to its combined mileage score (41 mpg in the LE, 40 in the SE and XLE) and acceleration that beats the 2.5-liter four-cylinder.
Toyota has injected plenty of goodness into its most mainstream model. The new Camry should hold up well for another few years against the mid-size competitive crunch, not to mention the relentless crossover onslaught. The nod that the XSE V-6 edition makes in the sports-sedan direction is also encouraging. As soon as loyal customers see and feel this new model, it’s possible they’ll find the car enthusiast’s wavelength and seek or demand a more serious driving machine when Toyota gets around to the next full Camry redesign.
VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, front-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan
BASE PRICE: LE, $23,795; SE, $24,665; XLE and XSE, $26,975; Hybrid LE, $27,615; Hybrid SE $28,820; Hybrid XLE, $30,805
ENGINE TYPES: DOHC 16-valve 2.5-liter inline-4, 178 hp, 170 lb-ft; DOHC 24-valve 3.5-liter V-6, 268 hp, 248 lb-ft
HYBRID ENGINE TYPE: DOHC 16-valve 2.5-liter Atkinson-cycle inline-4, 156 hp, 156 lb-ft; permanent-magnet synchronous AC motor, 141-hp, 199-lb-ft; combined power rating, 200 hp; 1.6-kWh nickel-metal-hydride battery pack
TRANSMISSION: 6-speed automatic with manual shifting mode, continuously variable automatic
Wheelbase: 109.3 in
Length: 190.9 in
Width: 71.7 in Height: 57.9 in
Curb weight (C/D est): 3250-3600 lb
PERFORMANCE (C/D EST):
Zero to 60 mph: 5.8-8.2 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 14.3-16.3 sec
Top speed: 114-128 mph
EPA city/highway: 21-25/31-35 mpg (gas-only models); 40-43/38-39 mpg (hybrid)
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Acceleration Acceleration Acceleration tests are conducted on a smooth, flat pavement straightaway at the track. Time, speed, and distance measurements are taken with a precise GPS-based device that’s hooked to a data-logging computer.
0 to 60 mph 0 to 60 mph (sec.) The time in seconds that a vehicle takes to reach 60 mph from a standstill with the engine idling.
Transmission Transmission Transmission performance is determined by shifting smoothness, response, shifter action, and clutch actuation for manual transmissions.
Braking Braking The braking rating is a composite of wet and dry stopping distances and pedal feel. Braking distance is from 60 mph, with no wheels locked.
Emergency Handling Emergency Handling Several factors go into the rating, including the avoidance maneuver speed and confidence, as well as how the vehicle behaves when pushed to its limit.
2015 Toyota Camry
Toyota Camry Expert Review
- Available V-6
- Impressive hybrid fuel economy
- Quiet cabin in higher trim levels
- Cheap interior on LE models
- Conservatively designed cabin
- Aging powertrains
- Honda Accord
- Nissan Altima
- Hyundai Sonata
- Ford Fusion
The refreshed 2015 Toyota Camry gains a host of new features including a wireless charging system, a new 4.2-inch TFT screen positioned in between the gauges, a new HDD navigation system with a seven-inch touchscreen and a new JBL GreenEdge audio system on higher grades. Toyota has also added the XSE trim to gas-powered Camry's featuring a sportier suspension setup, unique styling, available 18-inch wheels, three-spoke steering wheel with paddle shifters, and front seats with more side bolstering. Hybrids are also now available in the SE trim. The 2015 Camry's exterior styling has been extensively revised with a less conservative new front fascia.
The 2015 Camry is a midsize family sedan slotting between the Corolla compact sedan and the full-size Avalon. It is available with a choice of I-4, V-6, and I-4 hybrid powertrains.
Most 2015 Camrys will come with a 2.5-liter I-4 producing 178 hp and 170 lb-ft of torque. Fuel economy in this model is respectable at 25/35 mpg city/highway. For those looking for the most powerful Camry, a 3.5-liter V-6 with 268 hp and 248 lb-ft is available, giving the car brisk acceleration for a family sedan while maintaining a decent 21/31 mpg. Both gas-powered engines are carried over from the pre-face-lift model and mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
For those looking for the best gas mileage, the 2015 Camry Hybrid returns with a carry over 2.5-liter hybrid I-4 with a total system output of 200 hp. It achieves the most impressive fuel economy with LE models rated at 43/39 mpg and 40/38 mpg for SE and XLE variants.
The 2015 Camry has an improved suspension, with reduced body roll, more responsive electric power steer system, and better brake pedal feel. However, the Camry is no sports sedan due to it feeling "very dispassionate and business-like." SE and XSE models handle better with their unique chassis tuning, making them "feel more buttoned-down and confident" without ruining the car's smooth ride.
Interior space is generous with ample room for passengers and up to 15.4 cubic feet of trunk space. Build quality, however, is mixed with LE trims getting cheap materials while the higher-grade SE and XLE have a cabin constructed of higher-grade plastics and upholstery that make it a pleasant place to spend time in. An improved version of Toyota's Entune system helps make the cabin feel more modern and is more responsive than previous iterations. Center stack controls remain user-friendly and intuitive to use with large buttons.
Available safety aids include adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, blind spot warning, and a Pre-Collision System that's designed to reduce the severity of the impact by applying the brakes. The 2015 Camry has a four-star frontal crash and rollover safety rating from the NHTSA (out of a possible five stars) and is considered a Top Safety Pick+ by the IIHS, scoring Good in five categories (Good is the highest possible score) and providing Advanced frontal crash prevention (front crash prevention awards include Basic, Advanced and Superior).
The 2015 Camry is significantly enhanced with a more confident chassis that doesn't detract from its smooth ride and better -built interior. In a First Drive review, we said that while the car is not a sport sedan, it handles better than the pre-refresh model particularly V-6-equipped SE and XSE sedans with their unique suspension tuning. Interior quality in upper trim levels is an improvement over the previous car with better quality materials and a user-friendly infotainment system. However, we observed during a First Drive review of I-4 and hybrid Camrys that lower-grade LE cars have a cheap interior that "leaves something to be desired." Furthermore, the conservative design accentuates the appliance-like nature of car particularly in LE guise.
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