Got a used car on 04/04 great price fabulous sales lady, lots of help on financial but two days later the engine light came on call back the sales rep referred me to Jose Robles and referred me to the customer services repair is been 5 days and no luck every time they leave you call on hold or nobody wants to help, it feels like you have contagious diseases and nobody wants nothing to die with you, real bad customer service it ruined all the good and professional attitude from the others members, make sure you vehicle has no problem before taking it out of the dealership
2016 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE Review
Fun to drive
by DavidR from Reynoldsburg, Ohio
November 25, 2018
I had already researched hybrid vehicles and have owned two so I already had picked out this v eff hickey for a rest drive. Both my previous hybrid cars, a civic and a Prius, have/had smaller engines, so the added power of a larger engine felt nice. Very roomy and comfortable.
i arrived to this dealer and everything seemed very organized, I was greeted by a gentleman, I believe his name was Chris, and he took care of all my needs in a very professional and timely manner. Definitely coming back when it's time for a new car. Would recommend.
2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE Review
Drives really nice!
by Gr8cid from Hurricane, Utah
March 13, 2019
So far, so good! I am use to driving a larger vehicle (SUV, van, etc.) but I am loving my Camry. It drives smoothly and is economically friendly when it comes to the gas tank.
I have owned this car since new, June 2012, and covered 78,500 miles at an average of 35.8 mpg. You get more around town, as the electric motor is used more. But my driving is a mixture of town and freeway driving. The acceleration is really good as the electric motor backs up the engine instantly. The blend of performance, mpg and carbon dioxide emissions is really good. The car is built like a tank. It is easy to see why Toyotas are so regularly at the top of reliability tables. All I've had go wrong are: new cables for gasoline and trunk release and a new valve for the windscreen washers. My version built in 2012, had improved roadholding, but it is at the expense of the hard ride. The car dips too much when braking too. But it is so quiet inside the cabin, which makes long journeys very peaceful.
For the second time, Jason was my salesman. Last year I bought a Smart Car 2015, and I just traded for a 2019 Honda Ridgline. I???m very happy with the customer service, and when I be back for my next purchases I will make sure Jason is my salesman again. He deserves 10 stars.
2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE Review
Camry Hybrid LE = A++
by His and Hers Hybrids from Wichita, KS
August 1, 2018
Great car. All the positive attributes of a hybrid plus a little power when you need it. Smooth, solid, and QUIET. I just finished my fourth year approaching 100K with this car and plan on keeping it even when I get my Tesla.
I went in for an oil change (regular maintenance) on my 2017 vehicle and expecting to refinance it. I didn't even want to consider a new vehicle thinking it was out of my price range. Freder Figueroa took the time to give me all of my options and was never pushy. I ended up getting a brand new car that I LOVE and can afford. He even took the time to make sure I knew how everything worked and was set up properly as far as connecting the blue tooth with my phone, etc. I highly recommend Doral Toyota.
2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE Review
A good performing car
by JOHN from Lancaster, PA
May 1, 2019
I'm getting excellent fuel mileage averaging 57 MPG in the summer and 52 in the winter. My only complaint is the interior space. We feel a shortage of legroom in the front and rear. Entering and exiting the vehicle is difficult.
My Sales Product person was Denis Shadrin, who is the best. I've reached out to Denis on a few times and he is always available. Be it by phone or email he never fails to return any of my messages. However just recently (not fault of Denis) I received a bill from Lexus Financial Services for a fee in the amount of $686.11 for Excessive Wear and Use. Of course I thought this was sent in error given my first lease ever on a 2014 Lexus IS250 with a little 8000 miles/27 months lease. I wasn't aware or informed that I would be subject to incidental fees. I've requested a callback from the Customer Relations/Service/compliant department because this bill was received about a month after I lease my new 2016 IS200t. If this information could have been disclosed to be upfront then I as a consumer would have made the appropriate steps to have incidentals/disposal fees amendments made to my contract. Personally I like the lease process, but now there is a bit of hesitations because now I have a vehicle that I'm afraid to drive because I don't know what constitutes excessive wear and use. If someone could contact me to clear this matter up as I continue to promote Lexus of Pembroke Pines to coworkers, family and friends it will be greatly appreciated.
2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE Review
great gas mileage, no agg vehicle
by bigredjen from California, Md
May 4, 2019
This vehicle is exactly what I wanted, comfort, style, performance, great gas mileage, have never had any issue with the Camry. All I do is regular maintenance, and drive
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