2009 Camry versus Camry LE, What are the differences?

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Old 05 Feb 2009, 02:45 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2009 Camry versus Camry LE, What are the differences?

I see that in terms of options availability, there are several items not
available on the base Camry that can be obtained on the LE as extra-cost
options.

However the only difference I see in the base LE versus the base plain
Camry is that the Grille Moldings are black on the plain Camry and
body-colored on the LE.

The LE has a $1455 higher MSRP, and that's about the difference in
street prices I've seen, with the non-LE going for just under $17K, and
the LE going for about $18.4K.
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Old 05 Feb 2009, 07:01 pm   #2 (permalink)
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no key less entry. no keyless trunk release no panic button
no power seat on base camry
interior trim litte bit different on base camry

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Old 05 Feb 2009, 11:38 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Dave Walters wrote:
> no key less entry. no keyless trunk release no panic button
> no power seat on base camry
> interior trim litte bit different on base camry


Okay, thanks. I was making the comparison at carsdirect.com, which had
some errors. I see on the Toyota site that the base model has no RKE and
no power driver's seat. The power seat I don't care about, and I can
always add an after-market RKE and alarm (as I did on my current Camry
LE which had no alarm or RKE as standard).
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Old 06 Feb 2009, 01:04 am   #4 (permalink)
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"SMS" <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
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> I see that in terms of options availability, there are several items not
> available on the base Camry that can be obtained on the LE as extra-cost
> options.
>
> However the only difference I see in the base LE versus the base plain
> Camry is that the Grille Moldings are black on the plain Camry and
> body-colored on the LE.
>
> The LE has a $1455 higher MSRP, and that's about the difference in street
> prices I've seen, with the non-LE going for just under $17K, and the LE
> going for about $18.4K.


The black grill sounds like a great idea: every rock chip on my white 99
Camry CE reveals the black undercoat.

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Old 06 Feb 2009, 10:18 am   #5 (permalink)
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Sharx35 wrote:
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> "SMS" <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
> news:YcIil.22189$ZP4.13921@nlpi067.nbdc.sbc.com...
>> I see that in terms of options availability, there are several items
>> not available on the base Camry that can be obtained on the LE as
>> extra-cost options.
>>
>> However the only difference I see in the base LE versus the base plain
>> Camry is that the Grille Moldings are black on the plain Camry and
>> body-colored on the LE.
>>
>> The LE has a $1455 higher MSRP, and that's about the difference in
>> street prices I've seen, with the non-LE going for just under $17K,
>> and the LE going for about $18.4K.

>
> The black grill sounds like a great idea: every rock chip on my white 99
> Camry CE reveals the black undercoat.


Yes, I prefer the black as well. Also, whenever you replace a
body-colored part, it comes as black prime and you have to have it
painted, and painting plastic so it doesn't crack and chip is something
that most body shops aren't good at.
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