2020 Camry XSE parked near restaurant

2020 Toyota Camry SE vs 2020 Toyota Camry XSE

You’ve settled on the Camry. Great choice. Now you just have to figure out which Camry model to get. When it comes down to it, the name of the game is features. Every Toyota Camry, no matter which trim you get, has almost every safety and driver assistive feature standard.

Take a look below to see the key differences between the 2020 Toyota Camry SE and the 2020 Toyota Camry XSE.


2020 Toyota Camry SE

2020 Toyota Camry XSE

2020 Toyota Camry XSE V6






2.5L 4-cyl

2.5L 4-cyl

3.5L V6

Horsepower / Torque

203 hp / 184 lb-ft

206 hp / 186 lb-ft

301 hp / 267 lb-ft


8-speed shiftable auto

8-speed shiftable auto

8-speed shiftable auto





Fuel Economy





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2020 Toyota Camry SE

The Camry SE trim is the trim level above the base LE. It has the Toyota Safety Sense suite of features, including things like pre-collision braking with pedestrian detection and dynamic radar cruise control. It also has Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Amazon Alexa integration. Everything is controlled via the 4.2-inch multimedia display. The SE is available as either an AWD or a FWD vehicle, depending on the buyer’s preference.

man getting out 2020 Camry rear seats with laptop
2020 Camry infotainment showcase

2020 Toyota Camry XSE

The XSE trim is one of the upper trims for the Camry. It adds numerous convenience and comfort features. It has an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a smart key system, a 7-inch multimedia display, a wireless smartphone charging bay, and dual zone climate control with rear seat vents. The XSE also has blindspot monitoring as a standard feature. The XSE can be purchased as a either a four-cylinder or a V6 variant. Notably, only the four-cylinder XSE has access to the must-anticipated AWD drivetrain option.

2020 Camry XSE AWD rear close-up

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