2025 Toyota Camry: Hybrid Efficiency, Sleek Design, and Advanced Features

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2025 Toyota Camry
2025 Toyota Camry

Revealed in late 2023 with styling reminiscent of the Prius, the ninth-generation Camry now has a price tag. According to Toyota’s online configurator, the 2025 model starts at $28,400, excluding the $1,095 destination charge, compared to $26,420 for the 2024 model.

However, the comparison is a bit skewed, as the 2025 model is exclusively hybrid. In hybrid guise, the 2024 model starts at $28,855. Therefore, the 2025 Toyota Camry is more affordable than its hybrid predecessor.

In contrast to the extensive 13 trim levels offered for 2024, the ninth-generation Camry is available in just 4 trims: LE starting at $28,400, SE at $30,700, XLE at $33,400, and the well-equipped XSE at $34,600 before options and taxes.

2025 Toyota Camry
2025 Toyota Camry (Credit: Toyota)

LE, SE, and XLE are offered in seven exterior colors, while XSE offers several two-tone combinations. EPA-rated fuel economy favors the LE with front-wheel drive at 51 mpg combined.

Regardless of trim, the 2025 Toyota Camry features a 2.5-liter naturally aspirated I4 coupled with an eCVT. Standard features include alloy wheels, bi-LED headlights, touchscreen infotainment, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, wireless phone charger, dual-zone automatic climate control, and Toyota’s Safety Sense 3.0 suite.

The SE adds larger wheels, a mesh-style front grille, sport seats, and a sport-tuned suspension. Meanwhile, the XLE offers machined-finish black wheels, a larger infotainment screen, premium audio, LED headlights, leather seats, and a head-up display. The XSE further enhances the XLE with 19-inch alloys, leather upholstery, gloss-black accents, and additional exterior enhancements.

As the leading sedan in its segment, the Toyota Camry continues to attract buyers, with the brand selling 78,337 units in the United States in the first quarter of 2024, surpassing its rival, the Honda Accord, which sold 41,927 units.

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