Used 2013 Toyota Camry for Sale
About the 2013 Toyota Camry
As one of the most popular midsize sedans on the market, the 2013 Toyota Camry has a long legacy, providing solid performance for singles, couples and small families in an efficient vehicle. Available in five standard and two hybrid trims, it provides a range of options available from basic to luxurious, with a wide range of available features including heated leather seats, chrome exhaust, rear spoiler, garage door opener, dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth® connectivity and glass breakage sensor.
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Q: What are some differences between the 2013 Toyota Camry's trim levels?
A: The LE base level includes a backup camera, six-inch display audio system and 2.4L inline-four engine. Stepping up to the SE, navigation, SiriusXM® radio and a power eight-way driver's seat with lumbar support is added. The XLE includes heated front leather bucket seats, a power four-way passenger seat and a power moonroof. Switching up to the SE V6 provides a more powerful 3.5L V6 engine, aluminum scuff plates and a chrome tailpipe. At the top of the line, the XLE V6 adds a seven-inch display audio system, blind-spot monitoring and a glass-breakage sensor. Hybrid versions reflect the LE and XLE, but with a 2.5L inline-four hybrid engine.
Q: Is the 2013 Toyota Camry available in a hybrid model?
A: Yes, the 2013 Toyota Camry is available in hybrid models in two of its trim levels, the LE and XLE. Though they share a great deal in common with the standard LE and XLE in terms of equipment, the LE Hybrid has an EPA estimate of 42 mpg city and 38 mpg highway, while the XLE Hybrid has an EPA estimate of 40 mpg city and 37 mpg highway.1 The battery also takes up some amount of room, leaving you with 13.1 cubic feet of cargo capacity as compared to the non-hybrid Camry's 15.4 cubic feet.
Q: Does the 2013 Toyota Camry get good fuel economy?
A: Compared to many other midsize sedans, the 2013 Toyota Camry gets average to good fuel economy. In the non-hybrid versions, the 3.5L V6 engine has an EPA estimate of 21 mpg city, 30 mpg highway and 25 mpg combined, while the 2.5L inline-four engine has an EPA estimate of 25 mpg city, 34 mpg highway and 28 mpg combined.1 These are, of course, lower than the hybrid Camry whose EPA estimates are listed in the above question.
Q: What are some key features in the 2013 Toyota Camry?
A: The 2013 Toyota Camry has a number of handy features to make your drive easier, including available remote start, available heated front bucket seats including eight-way driver's seat with lumbar support, backup camera, rear seat heat ducts, 60/40 split fold-flat rear seats, dual heated power-adjustable foldable side mirrors and available power moonroof.2
1 Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov.
2 Remote start functionality may require the purchase of a subscription plan and/or a compatible device like a smart phone. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information.
The fifth-generation Toyota Camry brought with it three engines from the prior generation: the 2.5L inline-four hybrid engine, the 2.5L inline-four regular engine and the 3.5L V6 engine. The vehicle's exterior was given a more angular styling with all-new sheet metal, while the interior saw a serious restyling. Hybrids received an eCVT transmission, while all other models received a six-speed automatic transmission. The 2015 model year saw a major mid-generation facelift.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2013 Toyota Camry. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit nhtsa.gov/recalls to look up a specific vehicle.
Reviews for 2013 Toyota Camry
Features and specs
Cons: Consistently 21 mpg fuel economy with city/hwy being 50/50 which isn't great in my opinion. Does NOT have rear-view camera on touch screen. Touch screen is very, very minimal and nothing to brag about. Have to physically click the unlock button on the key fob to enter vehicle. Cannot have different temperature settings between driver and passenger. (All of these cons are fixed in 2015 model and ofcourse hybrid version. for fuel economy. I've owned both. My 2015 Hybrid Camry LE totaled) Pros: Does have wireless, bluetooth cellphone capability and touch screen accesses contacts, a customized speed dial, recent call history and make/answer phone calls! Has an adjustable lumbar support on driver seat. Large trunk AND large cabin.
- Reliability: It's a Toyota.
- Interior Space: Large
- Cargo Space: Large
- Fuel Economy: 21 mpg with 50/50 city/hwy
- Technology and Entertainment: None
- Value: Have to pay more for Toyota name.
The 2013 Toyota Camry in general is a fantastic car. The #1 thing is the how amazing comfortable the seats are. The #2 thing is how dang sexy this little car is. There are a few minor things that bug me about it like the green eco gas light in the dash board turns on and off as you driving distracting you making you think your blinker is on. And the seat adjustments are frustrating. There is one lever to slide entire seat back and forth and one to recline the back of the seat and a 3rd lever that is suppose to raise or lower your seat moves forward each time you raise it and backward when lowered. It would be nice if it just raised and lowered the seat. And you can’t see anything in your rear view mirror at night.
- Seat Comfort: The driver seat is like sitting in a plumb cushy recliner
- Fuel Economy: My boyfriend gets gas 3 times before I have to
- Styling: It is one sexy car!
- Dashboard: The green Eco light blinks on and off as you are driving distracting me making me think my blinker is on
- Visibility: At night the Rear view mirror and back window are so dark you can’t see anything out of it accept dull headlights of what I assume is a car cuz I can’t see
- Technology and Entertainment: The sound system isn’t that great and the settings to adjust it is almost pointless. But that is probably due to the speaker on the driver sides crackles and bass goes in and out. But I don’t notice it over the loud squeak my breaks make right before the car stops or the high pitched wine the it makes when I press the gas pedal. But I am sure none of those are suppose to be that way
Wonderful car at a Great Price!
I know from experience that Toyota vehicles are of good quality. I enjoy the fact of knowing my car is dependable. I tried to go to the Toyota dealership to purchase but the price they wanted was out of my price range, for an older dirty (car entire was filthy) Camry. While me and my husband waited for the price negotiations to end, my husband looked on Carmax's website and found my new ride. My car was clean low miles and a GREAT price. I cherish the Carmax experience they were helpful, pleasant, straight forward people. I will definitely continue to recommend them in the future to family, friends and anyone who will listen. I had a Great experience and others should no they can get a vehicle at a excellent price with Awesome service.
- Fuel Economy: Cut fueling cost
- Interior Space: Leg room for extended trips
- Cargo Space: Plenty of space for luggage and shopping!
This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.