Just a couple years ago, the famous Honda Pilot received a massive redesign, sporting more space, a boxy design, and more features for the new model. Now, the Pilot is already entering its 2025 model year, with a few more changes than meets the eye! This article will cover the spec breakdowns of the 2025 Honda Pilot but be sure to watch the video below for an in-depth design review!

What’s New for 2025?

  • Completely redesigned Exterior and Interior
  • Hybrid Exclusive Powertrain with available AWD
  • Upgraded Technology

Trims and Pricing


LE: $28,400

SE: $30,700

XLE: $33,400

XSE: $34,600

Although the base Camry price has risen for 2025, the Camry Hybrid prices have gone down for this new generation.

Slam Dunk and Air Ball

Slam Dunk: The big improvements for 2025, including the tech, are much appreciated

Air Ball: Although not a bad thing per se, this new Camry reuses many parts from the old one

Design and Features

Now, this new Generation of Camry had a lot to live up to, because the previous generation aged so well on the exterior, despite its age. The Camry is by no means radically different, but it does look more mature for 2025. The front of the Camry borrows some Prius and even Lexus design elements, elevating all trims of this new Camry. Be sure to check out our full review for all the design details!

As for the features, here is a breakdown of what we do know will be on the 2025 Toyota Camry:




LED Headlights

Standard Projector LEDs, nicer arrangement on “X” trims

LED Fog Lamps



16-19-in alloys depending on trim


Standard Blind Spot Monitor, heating, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert


Black Roof Still Available on XSE

LED Taillights

Full LED on XLE/XSE models only


Dual Exposed on SE models, not LEs

Forward Emergency Braking

Standard on all Camry models with Toyota Safety Sense 3.0

Lane Keep Assist

Auto High Beams

Adaptive Cruise Control

Traffic Jam Assist and Lane Change Assist

Optional on XLE/XSE


The interior of the Camry also sees some much-needed improvements for this year! 


Smart Entry

Standard on X trims


Cloth, Leatherette, Leather and Microfiber, and Leather Options

Seat Adjustment

Manual: LE | 8-way Power: SE+ | Memory: XLE

Push Button Start


Steering Wheel

Leather Wrapped: SE+ | Heated: X trims | Paddles: SE and XSE

Rain Sensing Wipers

Optional on XLE

Gauge Cluster

LE/SE: 7-in Partially Digital Display | XLE/XSE: 12.3-in full digital display | HUD Available

Wireless Charging


360 Degree Camera


Dual Zone Automatic Climate


Heated and Ventilated Seats

Standard on XLE/XSE | Vented Optional on XLE/XSE


Standard: 6-speaker JBL | Optional on X trims: 9-speaker JBL


SE/LE: 8-in Display | XSE/XLE: 12.3-in display | Over the Air Updates and Wireless Android Auto/CarPlay Standard

Auto Dimming Mirror

Standard on X trims


Panoramic Optional on XLE/XSE


The rear seats are still spacious and is well equipped on all models.

Rear Amenities



Rear Vents


Heated Rear Seats



For in depth details on the 2025 Camry, watch our full first look review linked at the bottom of this article.

Camry Grille

What’s Under the Hood?

The 2025 Toyota Camry is the next Toyota to lose its V6 option, so it now comes standard with one Hybrid Powertrain, with specs as follows:

  • 2.5L I-4 + 2 electric motors + battery: 
    • FWD: 225 hp
    • AWD: 232 hp (availble on all trims)
    • eCVT Automatic

So, if you wanted a sporty TRD Camry, you better opt now for the 2024 model while it lasts. The fuel economy ratings for the 2025 Camry are as follows:

53/50/51 (LE FWD)

51/49/50 (LE AWD)

48/47/47 (SE FWD, XSE FWD, XLE FWD)

46/46/46 (SE AWD, XLE AWD)

44/43/44 (XSE AWD)

When it comes to availability, the new Camry is expected to hit dealer lots within a month or two, so you will be able to buy one soon!

We hope you have found this overview of the 2025 Toyota Camry helpful! For a more detailed first look of the Camry, please watch our video below! What do you think of the new Camry? Let us know in the comments!