2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid consumer reviews

$26,150 starting MSRP
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100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.9
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.8
  • Exterior styling 4.4
  • Reliability 4.9
Explore the 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid

Awesome daily car. Never have to worry about it.

Reliable, comfortable, low maintenance cost. Solid as it gets. I'd recommend this vehicle highly for someon'es primary car. It's front wheel drive and never breaks down.


Most reliable car I have ever owned

This vehicle is comfortable, reliable, economical and beautifully designed. I absolutely love this car! I only fill up twice a month using the car for daily commute.


Most reliable car I've owned

Great car, great gas mileage, very economical, great performance. Toyota Hybrids are the best. Good road performance, smooth ride, great interior features. Very comfortable ride.


My car has 124,000 miles on it with no maint.

I live in Alaska of the car is excellent. great heater/ gas mileage 38 mpg. drive it everyday. i bought it used w 34,000 miles. hybrid battery works great. heated front seat for -45 below . it’s almost paid off and I’m just wondering if I can drive another three years without any major things going on with her so far so good


The first car I?ve ever owned with blue tooth.

The car ?all my boxes! Great leg room. Drives smoothly. Has 3 USB ports. Heated leather seats is an upgrade bonus. Glad to have another sunroof. Learning how to use the Bluetooth system is fun! The only drawback is the small trunk. Guess I?ll have to learn to pack lighter.


honda civic

I still own it.It is a1999 model and needs repair.I liked the fact that it beeped when a door wasnt closed etc.when something needed to be fixed a red light came on instantly.


Really nice car and something useful.

I think this car isn't great. It has all the basics but it would be great if it had more technology and more diverse of a design inside the car.


Reliable with low cost of ownership

Without question, the best car I've ever owned. Bought it as a dealer demo in October of 2010. Car has 71k miles and still has the original brake pads and battery. All I've had to do is change the oil and change and rotate the tires. I get 33-34 mpg locally, but I've gotten up to 38mpg on longer highway trips. The Bluetooth works beautifully, and the steering wheel controls for hands-free phone, audio, and even cabin temperature are super-convenient and user-friendly. I also love the the multi-informational display between the speedometer and MPG gauge. The Navigation system was state-of-the-art back in 2010 and while still useful at times, I rely more on my Android apps (especially Waze) over the Bluetooth audio band for traffic avoidance. Satellite radio is great, as is the 4 CD changer. JBL sound system is more than adequate. I have 2 12v charging ports for cell phones and another HDMI port and a never-used AUX port. Voice commands work well. Leather seats have held up well, and all seating is very comfortable, even for my 6'1" nephew. My only complaints? I wish it had a bit more pickup when ramping onto highways. The 187hp and CVT are geared more towards cruising than accelerating, but this is a relatively minor gripe. Also, it would have been nice to have heated front seats. Overall, this car is super-cheap to own, gets very good gas mileage, looks great, is faultlessly reliable, convenient, fun to drive, and comfortable. I LOVE it!


Overall Best Value

I recently purchased a 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid. This car is spectacular. The ride is very smooth and quiet, the exterior detail is very catchy but not flashy and it is very roomy and comfortable. The best feature of this car however is the fact that it is a hybrid. We have had the car almost two months and are getting an average of just over 34 MPG. Instead of filling up once a week as we were doing with our previous V6 Sedan we are filling up just about once every 2 weeks. Talk about a savings! Not only are we filling up less frequently, when we do we are only purchasing about 15 gallons rather than 18 or 19. We are saving so much money with this hybrid, probably a car payment per month. With the price of gas only getting higher I could not be more happy with my purchase because not only did we get a quality, reliable care that we know is going to last for a long, long time from a reliable company, we got a car that is saving us money every month while still being incredibly functional.


I'm driving like an old lady

The car can be very rewarding in it's increased gas mileage but it does get you to drive like an old lady to get the better mileage. I have noticed a few minor quercks in the car and each time I ask the dealer about them they don't have an answer. Through research we have found that quercks are standard with all camrys. Over all a comfortable and economical car.