The facelifted 2015 Toyota Camry will arrive in showrooms late this month offering bolder style, crisper handling and significant feature upgrades. The best-selling car in America for the past 12 years will be offered in four trim levels, with the most affordable Camry LE model opening at $23,795, just $100 over its less-equipped 2014.5 LE counterpart. Moving up in the line, the sporty Camry SE will start at $24,665, while the new sport/lux XSE model and premium XLE will each begin at $26,975 when fitted with the 178-horsepower/2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. Step either up to the optional 268-horse/3.5-liter V6, and that figure rises to $32,195. 

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On the gas/electric side, the 2015 Camry Hybrid is now available in LE, SE and XLE trim grades that will commence at $27,615, $28,820 and $30,805, respectively. All share the same Toyota Hybrid Synergy Drive system with a 2.5-liter Atkinson Cycle gasoline engine and electric motor producing 200 combined horsepower. The front-drive hybrid uses a CVT transmission in place of the 6-speed automatic used in all other Camry variants. 

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Standard equipment has been enhanced for 2015 and includes the comprehensive Toyota Star Safety System with Smart Stop Technology braking as well as 10 airbags. Key passenger-protection options include a Pre-Collision System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert with Auto High Beam and Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert. 

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