2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid
41,255 Miles
$16,999

North Lauderdale, FL
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2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid
8,773 Miles
$16,999

Margate, FL
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2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid
41,498 Miles
$19,899

Triadelphia, WV
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2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid
158,056 Miles
$5,975

Jacksonville, FL
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2016 Toyota Camry Hybrid
27,410 Miles
$19,495

Lombard, IL
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2016 Toyota Camry Hybrid
33,968 Miles
$20,195

Lombard, IL
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2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid
181,700 Miles
$6,777

Pasco, WA
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2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid
29,411 Miles
$18,999

West Palm Beach, FL
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2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid
8,332 Miles
$24,495

Lombard, IL
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2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid
56,845 Miles
$16,991

Casper, WY
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2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid
70,660 Miles
$14,391

Boulder, CO
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2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid
34,479 Miles
$19,477

Daytona Beach, FL
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2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid
35,111 Miles
$17,798

Scranton, PA
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2016 Toyota Camry Hybrid
4,611 Miles
$23,588

Anchorage, AK
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2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid
9,596 Miles
$23,964

Abilene, TX
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2014 Toyota Camry Hybrid
71,888 Miles
$16,459

Tallahassee, FL
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2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid
23,733 Miles
$20,999

Independence, MO
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2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid
96,492 Miles
$11,731

Battle Creek, MI
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2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid
58,816 Miles
$21,888

Odessa, TX
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2014 Toyota Camry Hybrid
39,870 Miles
$15,995

Grand Forks, ND
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Toyota Camry Hybrid Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
36 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.3
Performance
4.0
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
4.4
Reliability
4.1

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2008 Toyota Camry Hybrid - Great car and awesome fuel economy.

Camry Hybrid Owner
Brookville, Indiana
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The Toyota Camry Hybrid has been an exceptional vehicle. It provides a smooth and comfortable ride and is exceptionally easy to drive and maneuver. I like the look both inside and out. The interior has shown little to no wear and has a unique trim package which isn't standard and I've not seen on a similar model. Since the vehicle was purchase from a used car dealership I don't know the details of the unusual trim package. The outside of the vehicle is in very good condition but has been kept garaged since it was purchased at two-years old. The interior of the car provides ample room for five adults to ride comfortably, but the trunk is small because of the large battery in the trunk space. This makes it more difficult to transport larger items, or when planning a trip the limited spac... (more)
Story
There have been many fun girls shopping trips in this vehicle. It is so easy to drive I almost always volunteer to drive on an outing.
Pros
The number one positive thing about the Camry hybrid is certainly fuel economy averaging 40 mpg. It far surpasses anything in it's class of a gasoline powered vehicle. Number two on the list would be comfort. The interior has ample space for a comfortable ride in both front and back seats. The heated front seats are also a nice option on chilly days. Another great thing about this vehicle is the ease of driving and maneuverability. It handles very well in most weather conditions making it a pleasure to drive. Because this car runs on both battery power and gasoline it is great driving thro... (more)
Cons
It is very difficult to come up with anything negative to say about this great car. But there are a few things I would probably change in the design given the chance even though they are pretty minor. One of the most noticeable things is the lack of rear seat cup holders unless the middle arm rest is pulled down. That is fine most of the time but makes it impossible to include a fifth passenger. The very worst thing though is the very limited trunk space. I understand the smaller space is due to the very large battery in the trunk area, but it still makes it difficult to haul larger items ... (more)

2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid - Totally Toyota.

Wendy
Cocoa, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
I originally bought this car after totaling my 2005 Toyota Prius. I absolutely loved that vehicle, mainly because the gas mileage was outstanding. I drive with a lead foot, so it was nice to have a car that could balance out how much I spend in gas, so I didn't have to compromise that part of my driving. I was skeptical about the gas mileage being as good in this vehicle, because it seemed to run more so on gas than it did with the battery, but I can say that my gas expenses are roughly the same in this vehicle. In good weather conditions, this vehicle handles very nicely, but when it rains or is very windy, things can get a little rough. Hydroplaning is something I have experienced more often in this car, even if it is just sprinkling, than I have in any of the other vehicles that I h... (more)
Story
Though this vehicle is a hybrid, it can still kick it! On one of the big bridges coming into my city, I was racing a friend, and it got up to well over 110 MPH. Faster than I ever thought I would see a stock street hybrid go!
Pros
This vehicle is very spacious. One of the main reasons why I chose the 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid is because I needed a safe car with enough room to fit my baby car seats for my two kids. This car does it with no problems, and there is still room for a third passenger in the back with loads of leg room. Also, the trunk has a lot of room for me to be able to lug things around with. This car has seen me through three moves, and I rarely needed another vehicle to supplement the transportation of my things. Something I liked from my previous Toyota Prius that was carried over into this vehicle w... (more)
Cons
So far, the A/C has gone out twice, and it really seems to eat through tires. Both of which have been pretty expensive fixes. On top of that, you have the things I previously mentioned, specifically the hydroplaning.

2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid - Great Toyota car.

Danielle
North Salt Lake, Utah
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I love my car because it is safe and reliable. It hasn't ever given me big problems, and it has over 100,000 miles. I will keep this car until it dies or until I have the money for a 4-Runner. I love the heated seats feature as well as the sunroof. Its performance is substantial all the way from NC to UT. It can handle all kinds of weather. I love that it is very spacious. I can fit multiple people as well as all of their things within the car/trunk. I like to snowboard and love how my snowboard just fits right into the trunk. I dislike the leather seats.
Story
I bought this car from someone in my family, and before this car, I had a '95 Chevy Geo Prizm. Its headlights were very dim. The day I got this car I was very very excited and happy ready to start a new beginning. It's taken me on lots of adventures from moving from North Carolina to coming to Utah. Drove it the whole way across the country with my dog, and that was a trip I'll never forget.
Pros
Spacious, sunroof, and heated seats. It's a hybrid, so gas lasts for a while. It automatically locks when I press the button on the door and automatically unlocks when you put your keys next to the door. I love Toyota because they're so reliable.
Cons
Leather seats, battery takes up some trunk space, headlights dim because covers got water and humidity inside.

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