Available trims for the 2015 Toyota Camry

Finding the right new car can be a daunting task. Even once you decide to buy the new 2015 Toyota Camry, there are four trim levels to choose from. To help you better understand the differences between each model, we detailed the features here so you can have more confidence in your choice. Around Toronto we can find ourselves spending a lot of time in our cars on certain days. It’s important that you find the right fit for your lifestyle. Luckily, Camry now has something for everyone.


The 2015 Toyota Camry LE is the base model. Although, it’s unusual to see a base model come standard with so many advanced features. Power locks, power windows, cruise control, keyless entry, USB and auxiliary ports for phone or mp3 connectivity, and Bluetooth steering wheel controls for voice activated phone connectivity and audio control all come standard on the LE. The base model also comes with the standard 6.1” Entune™ touchscreen interface, bluetooth streaming, AM/FM stereo and CD player.

On the outside, each trim level differs a bit when it comes to lights and wheels. The LE has a more bold and aggressive grille with standard daytime running lights and an automatic on/off feature. Also, the base LE has standard 16-inch steel wheels.

The seat fabrics and design are another area of difference between the trim levels. The LE comes with upgraded 2-tone, fabric-trimmed front seats. Also now standard in the new base model is the 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with power lumbar support.

Performance isn’t sacrificed on the base model, coming with the standard 2.5-liter, 4-cylinder engine putting out 178 horsepower. The 3.5-Liter V6 engine option is not available with the LE.


Coming in at about $870 more than the LE model is the 2015 Toyota Camry SE. This sportier version of the Camry has been dominating the Camry market over the last couple years. The SE has all the standard features of the LE with some slight differences, a few additions, and some more sporty enhancements without a significant price difference.

Outwardly, the SE has a more bold, sporty honeycomb grille with standard daytime running lights and what Toyota is calling projector-beam halogen headlights. The SE and XSE models have black sport trim bezels around the lights and auto on/off feature. Both also have rear spoilers and chrome-tipped exhaust. The SE has 17-inch alloy wheels with a Graphite finish.

The feeling inside the SE has a little more personality. The seats are a sport mesh fabric trimmed with leather and really bold accent stitching. The driver’s seat also comes with the the 8-way power-adjustable feature. The interior trim is a bit sharper with silver accents.

The SE has more upgradable options than the LE, such as the optional Entune Navigation, and something Toyota calls the Convenience Package. The Convenience Package includes the smart key system with push button start. This feature is excellent for Toronto winters when heading out to an already warm car feels like a luxury. The convenience package also includes an auto-dimming rearview mirror, anti-theft alarm system, and the HomeLink® universal transceiver which will open up to 3 garage doors or estate gates.

The 2015 Toyota Camry SE performs well with the standard 2.5-liter, 4-cylinder operating with 178 horsepower. The 3.5-Liter V6 engine option is not available in the SE.


The XSE is a brand new trim level, entering the market about $2,310 more than the SE. It has the same sporty, honeycomb grille as the SE but with LED projector-beam headlights and daytime running lights with the auto on/off feature and black sport trim bezels. Like the SE, the XSE also has the rear spoiler and chrome-tipped exhaust.

Inside, the seats are a big upgrade. The front seats are multi-stage heated leather with soft Ultrasuede® to maintain the sporty appearance with a more luxurious feel. The driver’s seat also has the 8-way power adjustable driver’s seat, with the passenger seat also getting 4-way power controls. The steering wheel is leather with paddle shifters and hands-free Bluetooth phone and audio controls.

A nice feature of the XSE is the dual zone automatic climate control and rear seat vents to keep everyone happy. This trim level also comes with 18-inch machine-faced alloy wheels with black finish.

There are also many additional options available at this level, including the Convenience Package detailed above. The optional Technology Package includes the Pre-Collision System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert and Automatic High Beams.

Other options include the very modern Qi wireless phone charging system, and big optional upgrades to the Entune systems, including Navigation and Apps, as well as a 7 inch touchscreen interface and ten JBL® GreenEdge™ speakers in eight locations including subwoofer and amplifier,

The 2015 Toyota Camry XSE comes standard with the 178-horsepower, 2.5-Liter, 4-Cylinder engine, but offers a nice upgrade to the 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6.


The 2015 Toyota Camry XLE is on the market at the same price point as the XSE. The main differences between the XLE and XSE are in appearance. The XLE maintains many of the same features as the XSE, but with a less sporty look and feel.

The Camry XLE has a feel of more grown-up luxury. The interior has wood-trimmed accents, and leather-trimmed seats. The front seats are also both power-adjustable and focused on comfort. Dual-zone automatic climate control and rear-seat vents keep everyone content. For added comfort through Toronto’s winters, the front seats also have multi-stage heating. With push-button remote start, getting into a warm car this winter will be make mornings a little easier.

Outside, the XLE has a similar face to LE with a more bold grille. This trim level has 17-inch alloy wheels with chrome accents.

There are a lot of optional upgrades available at this trim level. The Entune system comes with a complimentary 3 month trial of SiriusXM radio, HD Radio, and HD weather and traffic. Additional optional upgrades include Toyota’s Safety Package, Safety Connect, the Convenience Package and Technology Package. Each with a host of additional features. The 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 engine is also a nice option for the XLE, though the 2.5-liter, 4-cylinder is standard.

Each of the trim levels have rear backup cameras, heated power outside mirrors, and identical fuel economy. Another nice option for each of the 2015 Toyota Camry models is the power tilt and slide moon roof with single touch open and close control. The higher quality, Entune premium audio and navigation packages are also upgradeable for each Camry.

No matter which is best for you and your lifestyle, the massively upgraded 2015 Toyota Camry needs to be driven for you to really feel the differences and nuances between each trim level. Contact us to get behind the wheel of each to decide which Camry is right for you.