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New 2025 Toyota Camry Priced From $29,495

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Other automakers are struggling to sell sedans and abandoning the segment, but the Toyota Camry remains the default choice for American car buyers. For 2023, it was the only vehicle among the 10 bestselling vehicles in the U.S. that isn’t a truck or SUV. And for 2025, Toyota overhauled the Camry with fresh styling outside and in, a revised suspension and an all-hybrid engine lineup. Starting at $29,495, the 2025 Camry’s base price is nearly $2,000 higher than the 2024 model’s, but $455 less than last year’s base hybrid.

Powertrains and MPG

The only engine available in the 2025 Camry is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder coupled to a pair of electric motors and a continuously variable automatic transmission; total system output is 225 horsepower. While hybrid powertrains and all-wheel drive have been available on the Camry for years, 2025 is the first model year Toyota is offering both in one car. AWD Camrys have a third electric motor powering the rear axle, bumping system output to 232 hp.

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The base LE trim level takes the efficiency crown, with a Toyota-estimated fuel economy of 53/50/51 mpg city/highway/combined for front-wheel-drive cars and 51/49/50 with AWD. FWD SE, XLE and XSE cars are expected to return 48/47/47 mpg, while the SE and XLE should net 46/46/46 mpg with AWD and the XSE AWD landing at 44/43/44.

Availability and Pricing

Toyota splits the Camry line into the comfort-focused LE models and sportier SE models, with the XLE and XSE adding similar features to both. The 2025 Camry will arrive in dealerships in late spring 2024. FWD is standard on every Camry trim level, with AWD available for $1,525 on all. Full line pricing, including $1,095 for delivery, is as follows:

  • LE: $29,495
  • LE AWD: $31,020
  • SE: $31,795
  • SE AWD: $33,320
  • XLE: $34,495
  • XLE AWD: $36,020
  • XSE: $35,695
  • XSE AWD: $37,220

Trim Levels and Safety Equipment

The LE owes its superior fuel economy to its small wheels. Being heavier, larger wheels require more energy to turn. There are no external or mechanical differences between the LE and the rest of the lineup other than the LE’s 16-inch wheels. Additionally, it features LED exterior lighting, push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, cloth seats and a 7-inch digital gauge cluster, as well as an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, wireless phone charging and six speakers.

Toyota’s Safety Sense 3.0 is standard on every 2025 Camry and includes forward collision warning with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane departure prevention, lane-centering assist, road sign recognition and automatic high beams. Blind spot monitors and rear cross-traffic alert are not part of the TSS 3.0 bundle but are standard across the line.

The SE rides on a sport-tuned suspension with unique shock absorbers front and rear and a larger front anti-roll bar. It’s fitted with black 18-inch wheels and can otherwise be identified by its body-color spoiler and black exterior trim and grille. Toyota carries the sportier appearance inside, with aluminum pedals and paddle shifters for working the CVT through simulated gears. The SE also features synthetic leather upholstery and a power-adjustable driver’s seat.

Also riding on 18-inch wheels, but with a black and machined finish, the XLE classes up with chromed window trim. It adds keyless entry, leather and synthetic suede upholstery, heated and power-adjustable front seats, a heated steering wheel, white ambient lighting, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster and a 12.3-inch touchscreen.

The XSE combines the SE’s sportier suspension tuning with the XLE’s luxury upgrades. It rides on dark 19-inch wheels and features a body-color grille and rear diffuser, black spoiler and leather seats.

While the standard safety suite is the same for all trim levels, XLE and XSE buyers can add a Premium Plus Package that includes Traffic Jam Assist, front cross-traffic alert, lane-change assist, front and rear parking sensors with automatic braking, a driver attention monitor and a head-up display. The Premium Plus Package also includes a panoramic moonroof, ventilated front seats and a nine-speaker JBL sound system.

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