As the best-selling sedan, Toyota Camry 2017 is our topic for this special time. Many reviewers are satisfied with this sedan so far. Their positive comments and feedbacks force us to create this review today. Comfortable driving is the most frequently one. Moreover, some of them also love with the larger backseat that is offered by Toyota inside this sedan. Lastly, the safety ratings of this sedan are also magnificent. Based on our surveys, Toyota divides their 2017 Camry into 2 trims. They are LE or XLE and SE or XSE. This is a smart move from this automaker to reach the top selling market in 2016.
Toyota Camry 2017 Differences
The differences of Toyota Camry 2017 trims are located on the presentation of each model. The LE and XLE is more preferred as the base or regular model. Meanwhile, the SE or XSE is preferred for you who love sport-theme sedan. To be honest, we prefer to choose SE and XSE model because its styles and tighter suspension under its hood. Although it is called as sportier, it is not the sportiest sedan in the class and even Toyota’s lineup so far. Its main rival, Honda Accord, is the one which gets sportier design in this year. But, Camry is special in drivers’ heart obviously. It has its own characteristics which cannot be compared with other rivals.
Toyota Camry 2017 Features
There is also Toyota Camry 2017 Hybrid version. But, we do not have much space to discuss about it in this post honestly. So, we are going to the main features that you got if you bought base LE trim. This trim offers 16-inch wheels with steel materials. On the front, we see some automatic headlights which are very useful in any condition. Other standard features are also available such as AC, heated mirrors, 6.1-inch touchscreen on the dashboard and many more. Meanwhile, the SE trim has larger wheels at 17-inch and they are alloys. Leather covers the steering perfectly.
Toyota Camry 2017 Engines
What about the engine under its hood? All trim has a 2.5 L four-cylinder engines under the hood. For your information, this engine pumps out 178 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque. This engine is mated with 6-speed automatic transmission. If you need more power, you can try on the XSE and XLE trims. They have a 3.5 L V6 engine which pumped out 268 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque. It is more than enough, right? This engine is also rated at 24 mpg combined. We believe the Toyota Camry 2017 will be attractive for its first year on the market.