What is the difference form CE and LE models?

guru322
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Asked by guru322 Feb 08, 2008 at 10:12 AM about the 2008 Toyota Camry

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What are the differnces between CE and LE?

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littlehorn
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The CE is a lower trim level -- basically, it's the entry level Camry, just above the Corolla. The LE has more available options.

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guru322
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Oh I did some researching and found out there were quite a few differences.Number 1: Camry LE gets remote keyless entry.Number 2: LE gets power driver seat.Number 3: Camry LE gets cruise control.Number 4:Camry gets more color options.Number 5: Camry LE gets package options.

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chassy
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Somebody ticked this on March 19 ,2014.......good gravy.........littlehorn answered this 6 YEARS AGO !!!!!.......and still got a helpful check less than 3 months ago.

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