- 2015 Camry priced from $23,795; hybrid starts from $27,615
- Latest Camry expected to reach dealers later this month
- 2015 Camry boasts major facelift compared to outgoing model
The 2015 Toyota Camry will officially start at $23,795 with shipping, while hybrid models will start from $27,615. That’s the latest from Toyota, which officially confirmed the finalized prices before the cars reach dealers later this month.
According to Toyota, the $23,795 figure buys a base-level Camry LE, which formerly started at $23,250 with shipping. The resulting increase of more than $500 is a surprisingly high jump for a facelift, though we suspect that most drivers won’t mind paying it given the Camry’s major changes for the 2015 model year.
Next up in the Camry’s lineup is the SE model, which starts from $24,665 with shipping, while the top-of-the-line XLE trim level starts from $26,975 with destination. There’s also a new XSE model, also priced from $26,975, which combines the SE’s sporty look with high-end features such as heated front seats, leather upholstery and a power passenger seat.
Things won’t be cheap for drivers who want to upgrade to the Camry’s powerful V6. The sedan’s muscular 3.5-liter engine is only offered on well-equipped XSE and XLE models, and it starts from $32,195 with shipping — a premium of more than $5,000 over 4-cylinder Camry models, which likely means that few drivers will opt for the larger engine.
For shoppers interested in gas mileage, Toyota also announced pricing for the economical Camry Hybrid. Offered in LE, SE and XLE trims, the Camry Hybrid starts from $27,615 with shipping, while XLE models will be priced from $30,805 including destination. Fuel economy for the Camry Hybrid has not yet been announced, though we expect it to be on par with the outgoing model’s 43 miles per gallon in the city and 39 mpg on the highway in LE trims and 40 mpg city/38 mpg hwy for the SE and XLE models.
While Toyota has not yet announced an official on-sale date for the 2015 Camry, the automaker says that its heavily revised midsize sedan will reach dealers in late September.
What it means to you: The 2015 Toyota Camry offers a minor price increase considering its drastic changes inside and out.