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2018 Toyota Camry: Higher Price, More Features

2018 Toyota Camry: Higher Price, More Features

The extensively redesigned 2018 Toyota Camry is packed with an improved driving experience and a bunch of new technology, but as you might expect, it isn't free. The 2018 Camry's starting price of $24,380, including a destination charge, is $425 more expensive than the outgoing car — and each rung up the Camry trim ladder (L, LE, SE, XLE, XSE, XLE V-6 and XSE V-6) creates a wider gap between the old and new, with as much as a $3,580 increase for an XSE V-6.

2018 Toyota Camry

The base L, new for 2018, takes the place of the LE as the entry-level Camry and is $425 more than the former base model. That isn't a bad deal considering the newly standard safety suite (Toyota's Safety Sense P), which includes forward collision warning with automatic braking, a high-speed adaptive cruise control and lane keep assist.

Pricing isn't available for the redesigned 2018 Honda Accord, but the 2017 version starts at $23,330, while the redesigned 2018 Hyundai Sonata's starting price is $22,935 with destination. The Sonata doesn't include the standard safety features of the Camry, however, and we still have a lot to learn about the new Accord. For 2017, the Accord doesn't have a comparable standard safety suite like the 2018 Camry.

The LE which has more standard features than the L and the previous LE is now $24,855, $930 more than the 2017, and comes with a split-folding backseat and power driver's seat the L doesn't. It also features LED headlights, a height-adjustable passenger seat and more that the 2017 LE didn't have.

2018 Toyota Camry

The SE is the start of the Camry's athletic offerings, with sport-tuned shock absorbers, springs and stabilizer bars, starting at $26,085 ($1,360 more than 2017). The XLE is the Camry's luxurious version, and with a standard four-cylinder Used Engine starts at $29,335; that's $2,140 more than the outgoing model, but it comes with LED headlights, a head-up display and unique interior trim and on V-6 models, a panoramic glass roof. Add a potent, 301-horsepower, tire-spinning V-6 to the XLE, and the $35,285 starting price is $3,030 more than the 2017.

2018 Toyota Camry

At the top of Camry mountain is an XSE V-6. Like the SE, it includes numerous mechanical bits to make the Camry a more entertaining experience but with a smooth, refined V-6 Used Engine that pairs perfectly with the rest of the car's improved dynamics. An XSE V-6 is $35,835 — $3,580 more than 2017. See below for the various packages and options that can be added to the Camry.

The Camry Hybrid remains a three-trim model for 2018, available in LE, SE and XLE trim levels. Fuel economy is improved and rated by the EPA up to 51/53/52 mpg city/highway/combined on the LE, while the SE and XLE are rated at 44/47/46 mpg. A 2018 Camry Hybrid is $1,010 more expensive and starts at $28,685, while the SE is $30,385 ($1,505 more expensive) and the top-of-the-line XLE is $33,135 ($2,110 more expensive than 2017). Stay tuned as we dive deeper into the Camry trim levels and what equipment is offered on each trim level.

2018 Toyota Camry Pricing (Includes Destination Fee)

Four-Cylinder

  • L: $24,380 (new for 2018, $425 more than 2017 base model)
  • LE: $24,885 ($930 more than 2017)
  • SE: $26,085 ($1,360 more than 2017)
  • XLE: $29,335 ($2,140 more than 2017)
  • XSE: $29,885 ($2,690 more than 2017)

Six-Cylinder

  • XLE: $35,285 ($3,030 more than 2017)
  • XSE: $35,835 ($3,580 more than 2017)

2018 Camry Hybrid Pricing (Includes Destination Fee)

Hybrid

  • LE: $28,685 ($1,010 more than 2017)
  • SE: $30,385 ($1,505 more than 2017)
  • XLE: $33,135 ($2,110 more than 2017)

2018 Toyota Camry Optional Packages and Feature Pricing

Blind spot monitoring system (LE, SE): $600

Convenience package (LE, SE): $625

  • Smart keyless entry with push-button start, HomeLink, auto-dimming rearview mirror

Driver Assist package (XLE, XSE four-cylinder): $1,675

  • Head-up display, Bird's Eye View Camera

Driver Assist package (XLE V-6, XSE V-6): $1,050

  • Bird's Eye View Camera

Navigation upgrade (XLE V-6, XSE V-6 only): $940

Panoramic roof (XLE, XSE): $1,045

Moonroof package (LE, SE): $900

Two-tone roof (XSE four-cylinder, XSE V-6): $500

Upgrade Entune package (LE): $1,455

  • 8-inch touchscreen, Qi wireless charging, in-car Wi-Fi with free trial, satellite radio with free trial, Toyota Connected Services

Upgrade Entune package (SE): $1,255

  • 8-inch touchscreen, Qi wireless charging, in-car Wi-Fi with free trial, satellite radio with free trial, Toyota Connected Services

Upgrade Entune package with JBL (XLE, XSE): $1,800

  • JBL stereo with nine speakers, 8-inch touchscreen, Qi wireless charging, in-car Wi-Fi with free trial, satellite radio with free trial, Toyota Connected Services

2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid Optional Packages and Feature Pricing

Blind spot monitor (LE, SE): $600

Convenience package (LE, SE): $325

  • HomeLink, auto-dimming rearview mirror

Driver Assist package (XLE): $1,050

  • Bird's Eye View Camera

Adaptive headlights (XLE): $415

Moonroof package (LE, SE): $900

Moonroof package (XLE): $845

Upgrade Entune package (LE, SE): $1,080

  • 8-inch touchscreen, Qi wireless charging, in-car Wi-Fi with free trial, satellite radio with free trial, Toyota Connected Services

Upgrade Entune package (XLE): $1,800

  • JBL stereo with nine speakers, 8-inch touchscreen, Qi wireless charging, in-car Wi-Fi with free trial, satellite radio with free trial, Toyota Connected Services
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