2007 Toyota Camry HybridCubfanguy - Chicago, IL01/15/2008
This seems to be a great car. After having driven it for 4,000 miles with 21,000 on the odometer total, we have found that this car handles well, is comfortably designed, and uses half the fuel of our Accord. We highly recommend this vehicle. The only drawback is that it does not have the off-the-line acceleration of a regular, 100% gasoline engine.
2012 Toyota Camry HybridPeter Mohror - West Des Moines, IA02/09/2016
Overall a very solid performing car. The gas savings with the hybrid is a vast difference from my '02 XLE. Cabin noise is greatly reduced, the ride is similar, the seats are much more adjustable - therefore more comfortable. Etune app on this model is not the most user friendly while driving, so be careful to set it up prior to your drive and turn it off with no regrets.
Is a great car!
2012 Toyota Camry HybridLucia Lackey - Ontario, CA06/07/2016
Great on gas and rides very comfortable. The only thing I don't like about this car is the half cloth and half leather seats. I prefer all leather interior but this was good for downsizing from a suburban. I love all the extra things it has like the blind spot alert and locking/unlocking with the touch of a hand, is just a great car overall.
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