2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid
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Best drive in it's class....

by from Boise, ID on May 19, 2009

Toyota really got this car right We have taken a couple of day-long trips and it couldn't be more pleasurable. (Note: There is significantly more room/comfort in the back seat than in our BMW!) When w...
Toyota really got this car right We have taken a couple of day-long trips and it couldn't be more pleasurable. (Note: There is significantly more room/comfort in the back seat than in our BMW!) When we bought the Hybrid we thought we were sacrificing luxury in the Camry but were completely surprised. The infinitely variable transmission makes the car run so smoothly at any speed that it's hard to compared to any other car we've owned. It has gas+electric power to pass and it's quick on its feet. In town the mileage and comfort of the climate control is great even on the truly hot days. And the car is so quiet that we can enjoy the well-tuned stereo system and satellite radio, or the iPod, while we are on a trip. We have had NOTHING mechanically wrong since we drove it off the showroom floor....12500 miles ago. The mileage in town is really about 34-35mpg and we get from 37-42mpg on the highway depending on terrain and weather. The comfort, style and sheer pleasure of driving this nimble luxury Camry Hybrid has exceeded our expectations.
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Very impressed so far

by from Amarillo, TX on October 28, 2010

I purchased an '07 Camry hybrid a few months ago. I love the ride, the look, the accessories, and the gas mileage (I average around 36 most tanks). I didn't realize how much I was really able to save ...
I purchased an '07 Camry hybrid a few months ago. I love the ride, the look, the accessories, and the gas mileage (I average around 36 most tanks). I didn't realize how much I was really able to save by trading in my 4-runner. The only down side is I do get some rattles around the speakers, but all-in-all I really love this car.
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Love My Camry Hybrid - why do a Prius?

by from Boca Raton, FL on December 11, 2010

I bought my 2007 Camry Hybrid new off the lot in 2007. 45,000 miles later I still love it and have not had a single problem with it. Averaging 37 mpg and wondering why anyone would buy a Prius when yo...
I bought my 2007 Camry Hybrid new off the lot in 2007. 45,000 miles later I still love it and have not had a single problem with it. Averaging 37 mpg and wondering why anyone would buy a Prius when you can have the Camry?? I rented a Prius on a business trip and averaged 45 mpg but it doesn't have nearly as much room and the ride is nothing compared to my Camry. I don't think you could ask for more in a Hybrid and highly recommend this often overlooked car to everyone.
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5 years new

by from philadelphia,pa on August 19, 2011

Purchased the '07 Camry Hyrid in June 2006 after testdriving the Prius and finding that it surged at highway speeds. I am a car lover and purchased this for my wife and I'm still amazed at the great r...
Purchased the '07 Camry Hyrid in June 2006 after testdriving the Prius and finding that it surged at highway speeds. I am a car lover and purchased this for my wife and I'm still amazed at the great ride and acceleration...so smooth and very enjoyable! We get great mileage, 36mph in the city and over 40 on the highway. Brakes are still great at 45k. I traded a 2005 Accord w. leather for this car that was slow (4cyl) and uncomfortable. My only knocks on this car are a slightly uncomfortable driving position for me, at 6ft. and JBL radio just not great. Again, great power when desired, creamy ride, and very nice steering, braking, and handling. Excellent car.
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Best car I've Owned

by from Fredericksburg, VA on August 2, 2010

With over 70K miles on the odometer, I still love this car. I've monitored mileage for every tank and put overall fuel mileage at 37.5 mpg. Other reviews claim bad tire mileage, I just replaced the fi...
With over 70K miles on the odometer, I still love this car. I've monitored mileage for every tank and put overall fuel mileage at 37.5 mpg. Other reviews claim bad tire mileage, I just replaced the first set at 59K miles with original equipment tires approx. $150 each installed by dealer. On 8K trip to the west coast and back averaged 38 mpg. Leather has held up well even with a 70 lb dog in the back seat most of the time.
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Better mileage than advertised

by from Denver, CO on September 7, 2008

I consistently get far better mileage on the highway than it's rated. The city mileage is accurate. I bought this as a secondary car, but it's become our primary family vehicle.
I consistently get far better mileage on the highway than it's rated. The city mileage is accurate. I bought this as a secondary car, but it's become our primary family vehicle.
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1998 Toyota Tacoma

by from seattle was on September 5, 2008

In September of 2006 we purchased a brand new Toyota Camry Hybrid. Up until 4 weeks ago we enjoyed everything about the car. We began to hear a strange noise coming from the front end when turning lef...
In September of 2006 we purchased a brand new Toyota Camry Hybrid. Up until 4 weeks ago we enjoyed everything about the car. We began to hear a strange noise coming from the front end when turning left or right from a parked position. After 3 visits to the dealership we were informed of a Toyota alert to the dealership regarding a faulty steering shaft. The whole unit needs to be replaced. If you are a Camry Hybrid owner and are experiancing this front end noise have it checked out. Fortunatly we are still under warrenty ,otherwise the cost might have been rather prohibitive.
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This is the most comfortable car for someone tall

by from Pflugerville on September 16, 2010

Leg room is incredible, overall value is great. Gas mileage is excellent and this car runs like a dream. Very quiet and comfortable on the highway. Lots of pick up and go in town.
Leg room is incredible, overall value is great. Gas mileage is excellent and this car runs like a dream. Very quiet and comfortable on the highway. Lots of pick up and go in town.
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camry hybrid

by from colorado on June 29, 2012

I love the car,it has good power for a heavy car. gas is not as advertized.I drove to Texas alone and the gas mileage was amazing, but all it took to change taht on the way back was put my wife and so...
I love the car,it has good power for a heavy car. gas is not as advertized.I drove to Texas alone and the gas mileage was amazing, but all it took to change taht on the way back was put my wife and son in and gas and power changed a whole lot, for the worst. it only averaged 32 mpg, which is very good, but toyota advertized 40 city & 38 highway. I drove the car for 460 miles on one thank, but I was surprised when I filled up I could only put 14 gallons in out of 17 that car has. so 32.9 miles per gallon. mine is pretty sump up, leather,navigation,bluetooth,mp3, some materials inside are cheap looking,and when it rains it makes a really loud noise rain hitting roof. leather seats are hard and made legs and back hurt, the 670 mile trip felt like a thousand miles. Sad the navigation does not have back up camera and wood accents, thats all mine is missing. I bought it used and got put on brand new tires and breaks by the dealer. but breaks are squealing now, don't know if its the ones dealer put on new or the ones they didn't put on. all in all I love this car and I hope it doesn't break down on me, I am afraid of the money I would pay for new battery or new anything. brother of mine has a nissan altima 2.5 and gets far better mileage than mine, although with 2.7 more gallons, still he gets better than 600 miles on one thank. I would recommend this car to anyone is just a bad deal that toyota is the most expensive hybrid out there. go get a used one instead of paying for depreciation of new car, you will not know the difference other than the brand new smell, but its offset by the $3 to $4000 you will save, and with that money you can super clean the car andput back the nice smell.
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Worth Every Penny

by from Austin, Texas on June 8, 2011

I purchased a used 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid with 54,000 miles and could not be more pleased with it. The car came with all the options including a GPS and heated leather seats. Yes the plastic trim on...
I purchased a used 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid with 54,000 miles and could not be more pleased with it. The car came with all the options including a GPS and heated leather seats. Yes the plastic trim on the interior doors is pretty cheap looking but that's such a small matter when compared with the smooth and quiet ride, lots of acceleration, and phenomenal gas mileage. 35 miles per gallon at 75 miles per hour with the air conditioning on during a long drive cross country on interstates. Closer to 40 miles per hour at lower speeds and about 32 or 33 miles per gallon for my daily commute that includes both highway and in-town driving. We love this car.
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