2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid 4-Door Sedan
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- Grat Fuel Economy for a larger car. Love stereo & Built In Blue Tooth
- Trunk small but understandable.
I was surprised by the negative reviews RE: Gas Mileage. First, the Camry is a fairly large and heavy car. My son and daughter-in-law own a Prius. They get about 40 plus per gallon of gas. As it should since the Prius is a small car. A really small car. Little if any trunk. But if you are looking for maximum mileage, then the Prius is the way to go. But if you want a true family car that gets much better mileage than other cars the same size, the the Camry is for you. I am in sales and drove a VW Passat for 6 years. it had 4 cylinder Turbo that required premium gas. I averaged a little better than 21 miles per gallon around town, which is mostly what I drive, since freeways in LA tend to be stop and go any time of the day. My first two tanks of gas, I am averaging over 34 miles per gallon of regular gas. With the Passat (14 gallon tank), I averaged about 300 miles. The Camry takes me almost 480 miles with 14 gallons of, again, regular gas. In other words, the Passat costs almost $250.00 a month for gas while the Camry costs about $140.00 month. That equates to a $110.00 a month savings. Thats over $1300.00 per year. And I paid about what I would have paid for a new Passat with the same add ons. And lets face it, the day of $2.00 gas is gone.
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