Cars Direct has gotten their hands on the pricing sheets for the 2019 Toyota Camry. Toyota has raised prices for almost every model, but also increased the amount of standard features.
How Much will it Cost?
Pricing is up for every trim level, in varying amounts. The Camry L (base) trim will now start at $24,765 including destination, up $200 compared to last year. The LE & SE are also up $200 to $25,270 and $26,470, respectively.
XLE & XSE have the biggest jump in price, up $325, a 1.1% increase, to $29,845 and $30,395. The V6 models are actually seeing a decrease in price. Both V6 trims drop $500 to $34,970 for the XLE and $35,520 for the XSE.
However, the Hybrid, like most trims is getting a price bump of $200. $29,070 for the LE to $33,645 for the XLE.
Value Increase too?
Toyota have increased the price by an understandable amount, but they have also increased standard features on many trims, and added some high value options to others.
For one, all Camrys will come standard with Apple Car Play and Amazon Alexa, sorry Android users (including myself). The XLE and XSE both get the Entune 3.0 Audio Plus head unit standard, as well as Qi wireless charging. That used to cost $1,800.
The 4-cylinder XLE & XSE will have an optional $1,760 Navigation Package that includes Entune 3.0 Premium with JBL audio. It used to be the case that you could only get this on the V6.
Toyota have sadly removed Intelligent Clearance Sonar with Rear Cross-Traffic Braking from the list of standard features. Now you need the Driver Assist Package which costs $2,175 on 4-cylinder and $1,550 on the V6.
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