2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid User Reviews
- $21,101 - $23,153
- No trim specified for this review
- After owning for 13 months I get an actual overall 41.3 mpg (dash reads 42.6).
- No standard power seats in LE model.
Purchased As New
After comparing the Toyota hybrid with the Ford Fusion ($4,000 more) and the Hyundai Sonata hybrids (deceptive MPG ratings and long braking distances), it was an easy choice. Having an engine with no belts and only a few hoses is a move in the right direction for automotive manufacturers. With additional airbags standard over the number found in other cars, this car feels correct in the direction of safety which should be attained in newer vehicles. After test rides in other cars with very confusing dashboard layouts, the Toyota's simple, easy to use 'buttons' makes for safer utilization while driving. The car has surprising power when needed.
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