Comparatively speaking, the base LE is quite lightly equipped. It definitely looks less impressive with the 17-inch steel wheels, black mirrors, and the lack of foglights. It is almost as safe as the upper trims, though, with collision avoidance, lane-keep assist, pedestrian detection, and road-sign assist included within the standard Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 suite of features. The infotainment offering is quite comprehensive, too. The eight-inch touchscreen may be smaller than that of top models but it has Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, Amazon Alexa, three USB ports, and SiriusXM, plus it supports Wi-Fi connections.