How sporty can a typically ho-hum midsize sedan get? Toyota tried to amp things up with the SE version of the Camry , but Cars.com reviewer David Thomas says the trim level only highlights the car's flaws.
Camry SE versions wear unique bodywork including racier bumpers and a different grille. Under the hood is a powerful, smooth 3.5-liter V-6, replacing the standard 178-horsepower four-cylinder. Poor fuel economy and compromised ride comfort from its sport-tuned suspension are big negatives.
Four-cylinder-powered base L models start at $23,030; topline V-6-powered XLE models start at $31,260. Thomas' test SE started at $27,260 but topped out at $32,090 after extras like a backup camera, navigation with HD radio, blind spot warning system, leather seats and a moonroof. All prices include a $795 destination fee.
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