Toyota Camry Hybrid (2010 and older) Hybrid | EV

Toyota Camry Hybrid (2010 and older) Hybrid | EV 

DESCRIPTION

The Toyota Camry Hybrid is a 4-door, 5-passenger family sedan, available in one trim only, the 4-Door Sedan.... read more

The Camry Hybrid is equipped with a standard 2.4-liter, I4 , 187-horsepower, hybrid engine that achieves 33-mpg in the city and 34-mpg on the highway. A variable speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard.

USER REVIEWS

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[Mar 18, 2008]
musik1960
Model Reviewed: Camry Hybrid

Strength:

Hybrid system, good gas mileage, more than ample acceleration, excellent JBL stereo with 6 CD changer/XM radio, doors sound solid when they close

Weakness:

Only weakness I have seen so far is that much of the interior is made of thin, cheap-quality PLASTIC and you never know which days/times it gets 'noisy'. The interior has to 'warm up' and then it usually quiets down. This is the only thing standing in the way of a perfect review from me. I'd suggest ALL controls on the driver's door be lit at nite. The Eco switch could be moved to a more visible location - it's hidden right next to the fuel filler door switch. A back-up assist would be helpful.

This is my first non-US made car and overall, I like it very much. Tankfuls average in the 31/32 MPG range. I did add the optional door guards and wood grain interior - which really helps the car look sharp. Many compliment the jasper pearl/lite green color and it is stylish and fun to drive. Most of my driving is done around town, so this is a much better suited car than either the LeSabre or Town & Country. I really enjoy sitting at stoplights and knowing the engine is OFF - no wasted gas, no pollution, it's great. I was raised on big V8s, but this small 4 in this car does a nice job. I did not want the Nav system and like the 8 speaker JBL stereo system wtih XM radio very much.

Similar Products Used:

none - I traded in a 2003 Buick Lesabre Limited for this Hybrid and still have a 1999 Town & Country Minivan for hauling.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Nov 01, 2007]
Steve
Model Reviewed: Camry Hybrid

Strength:

Okay fancy euiptments to keep me interest for aobut a month. Have to check the ready sign to make sure the engine is on. Can leave the key in my pocket, and open the door or start the car.

Weakness:

The car does not understand my foreign accent. Really tiny truck spaces. can only put in one golf bag with clubs, a pull cart and that is about it.

Lease this car since nobody knows wht will happen in 3 years. For $581 a month, we can probably get a BMW 3 or better. The first few hundred miles, the engine is not that responsive. Later, it gets smoothier. The car came sith all the equipments you like to have, GPS, bluetooth tech, and ability to talk to the car features. For the normal city driving, it is quiet and it has enough power, however I am getting only 30 mpg and I give up racing with other cars.

Similar Products Used:

Camry 2005 XLE V6 model.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Oct 18, 2007]
chasteve
Model Reviewed: Camry Hybrid

Strength:

Fancy and a good looking car. The mileage get around 35 m/g.

Weakness:

Very small trunk space. Sometimes, you might hear weird noice from car door or dash board. Is there a losing screw? Don't know yet. If you lease the car, expect to pay the same amount by buying it.

The car came with DVD navagation system. You will be impressed by everything in this car. Leave the key in your pocket, and you can open the door and start the engine. You can only tell the engine is on by checking the "ready" light. The engine has enough power for normal driving.

Similar Products Used:

2005 Toyota Camry v6 XLE
2003 VW Passat

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
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