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Camry Q&A: Should I buy the LE or SE?

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2012 Toyota Camry

Should I get the LE 4-cylinder or opt for the SE 4-cylinder for $500 more?

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AutoTrader: It really depends on what you want from a car. If you want a smoother ride, stick with the LE.

But if you don't mind a firmer ride, the SE is certainly worth the extra $500. For the money, you'll get features like a stiffer, sportier suspension, an attractive body kit, fog lights and 17-inch alloy wheels (the V6 SE gets really cool looking 18-inch wheels). Even the 4-cylinder SE gets some nice interior upgrades like sport seats plus a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter.

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Camry Q&A: Should I buy the LE or SE?