2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid User Reviews
4-Door Sedan shown
- No trim specified for this review
- Outstanding Fuel Economy / Smooth Ride / Quiet
- Styling is slightly conservative.
Purchased As New
This car consistently exceeds expectations. Gas mileage is between 39-41 MPG in the 65-70 MPH range and 35-36 MPG in combined city/highway driving. There are no rattles, the seats are comfortable, and all other systems (sound, ventilation, cruise control, etc.) work well. I traded a 2007 Honda Civic and a 2004 Honda Accord for this car. I have a lot of brand loyalty to Honda, but I believe this is a better car - although the driving experience is definitely different. The passenger cabin in the Toyota is much more insulated from road noise than either of my previous Honda vehicles, making the driving experience much more enjoyable. I was initially skeptical about the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), but if you want a Toyota Hybrid, that's what you get so I went forward. Now that I'm used to the CVT, I think it is a tremendous improvement over a 5 or 6 speed automatic transmission. I highly recommend this product!
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