2018 Toyota Camry Gives More Efficient Driving Experience In An Expensive Price

The highly anticipated 2018 Toyota Camry is the newest sedan that reflexes a sensible and reliable driving experience. The boasting couple engine options give the hybrid vehicle efficient transportation for both the passengers and driver. However, its new price and fuel conservation don't rock the boat that much.

According to CNET, the 2018 Toyota Camry will start at the price of $23,495 and that is only for the base L model. This model comes with standard LED headlights and taillights, a lighter windshield and wood interior design. On the other hand, the Toyota Safety Sense-P is also a standard model for a single Camry variant, which includes autonomous emergency braking. It also powered by an adaptive cruise control and lane-departure signal for protection.

The other vehicle is the Camry LE, which has larger wheels, a 60/40-split folding rear chair, and an overhead solace. This price of this variant is $24,000, which is adds up of $930 compared to the 2017 model, Edmunds reported. The next Camry is the SE trim, which has an automatic climate control, sports steering wheel, a 4.2-inch display in the gauge cluster and blacked-out outermost trim pieces. This Toyota sedan costs $25,200.

The last two cuts are the XLE and XSE. The XLE focuses on the luxury side with its wood interior trim and a dual-zone automatic climate control. A head-up display and a mode switch, keyless entry is also included together with the heated leather seats and chrome exterior trim. On the other hand, Toyota's XSE replaces the chrome with an added blacked-out trim and larger wheels with dual exhaust pipes. The luxury type costs $28,450 while the other one is $29,000.

The 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid is really an efficient vehicle but with a slightly expensive price. It will be available soon with the LE, SE and XLE trims. The LE trim has a lithium ion battery and produces 51 mpg city, as well as 53 mpg highway that costs $27,800. On the other hand, both the SE and XLE use a nickel-metal hydride battery in order to achieve a 44 mpg city and 47 mpg highway. The SE trim starts at $29,500 and the XLE trim at $32,250.


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