The Toyota Camry has been a staple in the midsize sedan market for what seems like an eternity, plus it has been the best-selling car in America for 12 straight years. Despite all of its success, the current-generation Camry was starting to feel a little flat following the 2014 model year. Recognizing this, Toyota took to the drawing board and completely redesigned the look and feel of the Camry, giving it a much younger appearance that will help it better fit the style of younger buyers for the 2015 model year.
With this redesign comes some other changes, like an updated interior with advanced instrumentation and a more upscale feel. On top of that, the 2015 Camry also receives a retuned suspension system to make it sportier than any of its predecessors, and allow it to ride better with less road noise. If the base model’s sportiness isn’t enough, there is also the all-mew XSE trim level, which adds in a set of 18-inch wheels, an even sportier suspension and some added luxury.
All of these upgrades are well and good, but Toyota needs to do all of this while still offering the Camry at a competitive price. And Toyota certainly delivered, as the Camry carries a base price of $22,970 for its LE trim level with the 2.5-liter engine.
The 2015 Camry’s lineup is rounded out by eight additional trim levels and three drivetrains. Models with the 2.5-liter four-cylinder include the SE for $23,840, the XLE for $26,150 and the XSE for $26,150. Moving into the V-6-powered Camry, buyers can opt for the XSE or the XLE for $31,370. In its Hybrid guise, the 2015 Camry has three trims available, LE, SE and XLE, and they carry an MSRP of $26,790, $27,995 and $29,980, respectively.
The 2015 Camry will hit dealer lots starting in September 2014.