Free Stuff! 2017 Toyota Camry Adds More Equipment at No Extra Cost
Everybody loves something for nothing. That’s what Toyota is giving to the people who buy a 2017 Camry—a slew of additional equipment for last year’s price.
A smattering of additional electronics hits the mid- and up-level Camry XSE (four-cylinder model) and XLE, as well as the Camry XLE hybrid. All three get Qi wireless phone charging; the XSE and XLE further add Toyota’s Entune infotainment display with navigation and a JBL audio system.
The starting price of all Camrys remains the same for 2017. The base four-cylinder LE still starts at $23,905 with the SE ringing in at $24,675; the upgraded XSE and XLE both demand the same $27,145 as before. (Adding the V-6 to the latter two models again will cost you another $5060.) The hybrid’s entry-level LE trim is $27,625, the SE is $28,830, and the XLE’s ticket remains $30,975.