Mid-size sedans like the 2013 Toyota Camry span a wide range in price and features, and the Camry is competitive every step of the way, with all that you'd expect to see given the price, plus a few extra items in each trim.
Four trim levels are offered: value-priced CE, mainstream LE, sporty SE, and luxurious XLE. There's also a limited-availability, base L model that you're more likely to see in rental-car fleets than on the new-car lot.
Each of the models get different upholstery and trim combinations; L and LE models come with Silver trim and fabric seats; SE models get silver-grain trim and synthetic leather; XLE models come with faux-woodgrain and leather, and Hybrids come with Metallic Tech grain and in XLE Hybrid (or available on the SE) a leather-trimmed ultrasuede. For 2013, all LE and XLE grades get better color-matching on Icory seat inserts; all models with leather have updated stitching accents; and all models have updated door trim.
Hybrid shoppers have a choice of two 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE models, which include dual-zone climate control, a Smart Key system, and Optitron meters, while the new Hybrid XLE comes with all the goodies that the V-6 XLE includes.
SE models also also get sport seats, 17-inch (four-cylinder) or 18-inch (V-6) alloy wheels, a special three-spoke leather-trimmed steering wheel and, perhaps most importantly, a Sport mode with downshift rev-matching for the transmission, along with steering-wheel paddle shifters.Bluetooth connectivity is included in all trims—even the base model—and the screen-based Display Audio system, with Bluetooth audio streaming, USB connectivity, and iPod connectivity, is now included even in the base Camry L. A navigation system with voice recognition is also available, as is a high-end JBL sound system, with HD Radio and satellite radio. Toyota's advanced Entune system is also available, bringing a suite of connected services, including access to Pandora streaming audio, for example.