Do You Know The Meaning Of LE, XLE, SE, And XSE In Toyota Cars? This Is What They Mean
It is obvious that a lot of people don’t know the actual meaning of the various car trim acronyms they see on many Toyota cars. Just in case you are one of them, you don’t need to worry anymore because the meaning of those acronyms is exactly what you are about to discover on this page.
Let me indulge your intelligence for a few moments. Assuming you want to buy a car, and you have before you two cars of the same model but one has on it LE while the other one is branded XLE, how do you make a better choice if you don’t know the meaning or difference between LE and XLE?
It might sound very funny but the truth is many people have been cheated or probably have bought a car they wouldn’t have to buy if only they had proper information about the car. Now let’s face the real deal, we need to understand those car manufacturers produce their vehicles bearing in mind that they have different customers who have different tastes. So they make their cars in different specifications in order to satisfy the varying tastes of their customers.
The above explanation is the reason why you will have the same car model as corolla having LE, XLE, and other trims. To help you know more about the car you want to buy I have listed below the various car trims and their meaning.
L – Entry-level grade; this means that the car is the lowest grade in that particular car model.
LE – Luxury Edition.
Cars that are LE has more sophistication and elegance. They offer features that are not available in the L trim even though they are the same model.
XLE – Executive Luxury Edition.
Just as the name implies, it means more executive luxury even more than the LE. For example, XLE trims are a little bit bigger, spacious, and more features.
SE – Sport Edition.
Sport trims are usually more sport-ish in appearance and interiors.
SLE – Sport Luxury Edition
XLS – Executive Luxury Sport
SR – Sport Rally
SR5 – Sport Rally 5-Speed
XR – Extreme Rally
XRS – Extreme Rally Sport
XSE – Extreme Sport Edition
VE – Value Edition
CE – Classic Edition
DX – Deluxe
Since you have now discovered the meaning of the various badges, I hope you will be able to make a better decision concerning that car you are planning to buy.
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