The 2017 Toyota Camry carries over largely unchanged with higher XLE and XSE V6 trim levels now gaining infotainment features and Qi wireless smartphone charging system. Toyota last refreshed the Camry in 2015, though the midsize sedan fulfills all expectations and thus remains America's best-selling car. The 2017 Camry combines affordable pricing, a practical interior setup, and an efficient powertrain to be a top contender. The 2017 Toyota Camry has a strong safety rating and is the only car to receive perfect predicted reliability ratings of five out of five from J.D. Power.
2017 Toyota Camry For Sale-
Available in over 4 trim variants, the 2017 Toyota Camry starts from a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $23,070 for the base LE trim, while the top-most XSE trim is priced at $26,310. The mid-tier SE and XLE trims are priced at an MSRP of $23,840 and $26,310 respectively. Both the XLE and the XSE trims can be opted with an optional V6 powertrain, for a nominal price of $31,370. The average list price of the Toyota Camry ranges between $15,300 to $22,400. The 2017 Toyota Camry’s five-year estimated cost for gas, insurance, maintenance, and repairs is about $23,800.
Toyota Camry Buying Advice
Toyota offers a trim for everyone, although the best out of the lot for us on the affordability front is certainly the Camry SE trim. As for the price of $23,840, SE manages to add on to the existing features with plenty of performance updates including the sport suspension setup, and paddle shifters amongst others. The 2017 Toyota Camry is the last model of the existing generation, and for a $5000 hike in price, you could get the 2018 Camry, which is fully redesigned with an all-new feature list. Further, if you're looking for an Older model still, we suggest you take a look at the 2015 Camry, which was put through a mid-cycle refresh, and the budget-friendly 2016 Camry.
For Sale, Toyota offers four trim levels ranging from basic LE to sporty SE or more luxurious XLE and XSE. There are two engine choices: a sufficient four-cylinder or a potent V6. The top two trims are eligible for the V6 as well as some optional advanced safety features. Also available is the Camry hybrid, which despite a practical engine setup is able to deliver impressive MPG figures of 42/38 MPG. The 2017 Toyota Camry has a lot of natural competitors, do check them out - Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata, and Chevrolet Malibu.