2025 Toyota Camry Base Price Increased By Nearly $2,000

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, Automotive Editor - April 18, 2024
2025 Toyota Camry

Toyota has finally announced pricing for the 2025 Camry and, unsurprisingly, prices are up. The 2025 Toyota Camry lineup, which consists of the LE, SE, XLE, and XSE trims, starts at $28,400 (prices don’t include destination). That represents an increase of $1,980 compared to last year’s entry-level Camry.

The 2025 Camry, though, arrives with a standard hybrid engine as opposed to last year’s Camry which was available with both a gas-powered engine and a hybrid engine. Comparing pricing to last year’s Camry Hybrid reveals that the 2025 Camry has actually become more affordable. With a starting price tag of $28,400, the 2025 Camry is $455 cheaper than last year’s Camry Hybrid.

Considering that the 2025 Toyota Camry has been fully redesigned and benefits from a new exterior design, a revised interior design, an updated hybrid powertrain, and new tech features, we're surprised to see that pricing has dropped. Usually, a fully redesigned model sees a sizeable price increase. So, a $455 decrease is refreshing and surprising.

2025 Toyota Camry Dashboard

The SE trim gets a $310 increase for the 2025 year, carrying a starting price tag of $30,700. The XLE trim costs $33,400 – $345 less than before – and the range-topping XSE costs $34,600, which is an increase of $305. All-wheel drive is available throughout the lineup for $1,525.

With a starting price tag of $28,400, the 2025 Toyota Camry becomes one of the more affordable electrified midsize sedans on sale. It undercuts the Honda Accord Hybrid ($32,895) and Hyundai Sonata Hybrid ($30,800) by a wide margin. Compared to gas-powered midsize sedans, the 2025 Camry is on the pricier side of things. It costs more than the Accord ($27,895), Nissan Altima ($26,000), Hyundai Sonata ($27,500), Kia K5 ($25,590), and Subaru Legacy ($24,895).

Pictured: 2025 Toyota Camry

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, Automotive Editor

Based out of the Washington, D.C. area, Joel Patel is an automotive journalist that hails from Northern Virginia. His work has been featured on various automotive outlets, including Autoweek, Digital Trends, and Autoblog. When not writing about cars, Joel enjoys trying new foods, wrenching on his car, and watching horror movies. 

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