The 2019 Toyota Camry arrives in a showroom in as remarkable the second year entry in the eighth generation Toyota sedan. This car has ruled the midsize sedan category for many years. It’s probably true that there’s no particular thing different in 2019, but for anyone who hasn’t owned a Camry in the last couple of years, this car’s a real treat.
The obvious question when regarding a vehicle with so much continuity is which trim level is right for me? There are four different trim levels: The L base, the LE, the SE, the XLE and the XSE. Determining which trim level works best for you is part of getting to know you and what you want out of an automobile.The L Base
The base Toyota Camry is all about the value you get for the low price of $23,845. What improves the cost of ownership of this car is the 29 mpg/city, 41 mpg/highway mileage. The Camry is a step up from the Corolla,Toyota’s compact care, so if you want to spend Corolla money on the purchase of a Camry, you may find the L Base enough car for you. The Camry actually offers much of what Toyota believes will fill your desires with the 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that packs a remarkable 203 horsepower and 184 ft/lbs of torque, so it’s no slouch. It comes in four basic paint schemes including the galactic aqua mica.The standard package includes same body door handles, same body mirrors and a glossy black grill on the exterior, and a 4.2-inch digital speedometer group, cruise control, power doors and windows, rear camera, and overhead and center consoles inside. On the center stack, you’ll find a six-speaker audio system, a seven-inch touch-screen, AM/FM, voice control, Apple CarPlay, auxiliary port, USB media port, hands-free phone, voice recognition and Bluetooth technology. The base includes Toyota Connected Services in a 6-month trial. They packed the L Base. In addition, the L base offers most of the safety features offered for the Camry as standard equipment.

The LE

With a price tag of $24,340, the Camry LE adds to the standard package stuff like 17-inch alloy wheels to jazz up the exterior and an eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat on the inside. They also added a 60/40 fold-down rear seat with a center armrest. The big difference in the LE is the availability of many packages like blind spot monitoring, electric tilt/slide moonroof, an audio package, a smart-key package, E-tune audio and an eight-inch monitor package, reading lights in the rear seats, Homelink universal transceiver for stuff like your garage door opener and gate, push-button start, auto-dimming rearview mirror, integrated grid in the rear camera system, wireless smartphone charging, dual zone climate control, heated mirrors and a touch-sensor unlock system. Without the packages, the LE is 50 pounds heavier at the curb and gets close to the same gas mileage as the L Base. It goes without saying that the LE’s optional packages will run up the price, but if you want the availability of options while staying close to the standard price, the LE is for you.

The SE

The SE starts at $25,500, still a low priced sedan, and runs on the same four-cylinder engine as the L Base and the LE, but it offers nicer features like a black front grille with a sport mesh insert, chrome tip single exhaust pipe, color key rear spoiler and 18-inch machined-finish black alloy wheels to perk up the exterior look. The SE is downright sporty, hence the “Sport Edition” badge. Inside, you’ll find single-zone automatic climate control, an enhanced digital display of the speedometer group to include a tire pressure monitoring gauge. Every speed-freak wants one of those. It gets better: the Leather-trimmed tilt-telescopic 3-spoke steering wheel with paddle shifters includes buttons for audio, Multi-Information Display, Bluetooth streaming, hands-free phone, voice-command, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control and Lane Departure. There’s also an embossed meshed interior trim. These are exciting features and they’re standard! In addition, there are a ton of available packages. If you’re looking for an exciting configuration, the SE might just be the ticket.
The 2019 Toyota Camry

The XLE and the SXE

These upgrades to the LE and SE models depart from them with the addition of a 3.5-liter V6 engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission, and the models come in at prices of $34,050 and $34,600 respectively. The increased power in the top models costs approximately 6 mpg at the pump to drop the mileage from 32 mpg combined to 26 combined in the XLE and XSE. They both share a wealth of features like LED headlights with LED running lights, and in the SXE the lights are tinted for a smoky effect. Toyota gave the XLE LED taillights. The optional packages available for the SE and LE levels are standard equipment on the impressive XLE and XSE. If you want the maximum package with this mid-size sedan, these are the vehicles for you. The difference is the SXE focus on a sport edition.

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