2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid
There are 3 user reviews for the LE trim shown below
- 33~35 MPG Tank AVG
- sustentation replace by 4th year. VSC die in 6th year. fixed by $2500+
Purchased As New
I thought Toyota is trouble free. Now I take it back sorry. I bought a new camry Hybrid in 2007 (2008 model). the VSC light is on after parking at drive way. Dealer said it needs to send back for computer diagnosis.
we drove to dealer (5 min only). a Break system is mix up by VSC. after arrived Dealer. Break paddle smells like burned.
end up. I paid $2500+ to fix VSC. there is what cost $$
tested stroke senosr paramaters and found them th be out of specifications with abs/vsc electronic control unit disconnected. tested E.C.U and found monitoring logic to be out of specification. recommand to replace brake stroke sensor and ABS/VSC E.C.U
I hope new camry does not have the same issue....read morehide
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- Good gas mileage
- Not a Bluetooth integrated car in LE
Purchased As New
As both of kids are growing, I decided to upgrade my 2012 Honda Civic to a bigger family sedan.
My requirements of a vehicle is the following:
1. Good gas mileage (I drive 120 miles a day to work)
2. Good rear seat leg room (for my growing kids)
3. Reliable engine/battery (to sustain my high mileage driving)
4. Good resale value
5. Good entertainment/sound system (for my long commute)
My benchmark of gas mileage is my previous 2012 Honda Civic: 35.5 MPG.
After intensive web search, I decided to buy Toyota Camry Hybrid LE with Alloy Wheels (you can add Alloy Wheel installation by the way, it is about $500.00 to do so).
So far, I have driven about 5000 miles mostly highway and my average gas mileage is 40 MPG.
The only negative point is that the LE model is not fully integrated to Bluetooth technology. The Hand Free BLU Logic is used for mobile call only. If you need to listen to Pandora from your vcell phone, you have to plug a cable and listen via AUX port. While AUX port is plugged, you can't take phone call. It is annoying; but this annoyance can't be justified by spending $6000 more for the XLE model....read morehide
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