2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid 4-Door Sedan
There are 22 user reviews for the 4-Door Sedan trim shown below
- smooth ride
- fuel economy isn't that great, small trunk, small interior specially if you have car seat in the bac
Fuel economy will drop if you put better tires like michelin, not very efficient in mountains, cannot turn off trucktion control so if you get stuck in snow, you'll have to walk back.
I sold mine. Wasn't too happy and lost money. Hybrid option might pay for itself in very long time, I figured at least 5 years....read morehide
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- Great fuel economy, GPS and Bluetooth work great. Great value for the price, very quiet/comfortable
- Takes a little getting used to the different feel/sound etc. of Hybrid
Overall, the 2009 Camry Hybrid is a great value for the money. It is a very comfortable car and has all the options I could ever want. The fact that it is a Hybrid takes a little getting used to. Taking off from a stop with no engine noise is weird at first and when you are backing up and the engine cycles off, at first it seems like a stall when it is only normal. Once you get used to it, it is fine. The power is not great, but when you think about it, if you are getting a Hybrid, you are concerned about using too much gasoline and polluting the environment, so driving it like a Ferrari is not really a concern. It does have more than adequate power and pickup when it is needed and it is well worth the trade off to get 35 plus miles per gallon in such a large, well equipped car....read morehide
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