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COMFORTABLE CAR WITH GREAT GAS MILEAGE & LOTS OF POWER by ETattheLAKE on 03/23/2013. Trim: 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE, Owned 1 year.
Pros: LE * Great mileage. Quiet smooth ride. Lots of power to pass. Transition from gas to electric is flawless. Good brakes but drivers need to learn how to apply them. 2 year free service is a big benefit. Fantastic displays show use of electric vs gas and rewards for good mileage. Interior is great especially the dashboard * all except the seats.
Cons: LE front seats are not comfortable. Should have a lumbar support. XLE may be better but you get too many bells and whistles ++ $$$. Tinted glass should be darker. LE blue tooth is not user friendly.
Overall review: Would do it again but maybe XLE just for the seating but all the extras were not worth the $$ for us. Always get 40 to 42 mpg as calculated by me and not the automatic system.
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2012 Camry Hybrid XLE, a very good car by Michaelk Redmond Wa on 05/18/2013. Trim: 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE, Owned 1 year.
Pros: I have the XLE and I am easily getting 39-41 mpg. Very quiet and smooth ride, steering is excellent! It feels like a more expensive car. Seats in the XLE are very good.
Cons: The Ford Infotainment system is Better, (Voice recognition is marginal). A bit of engine roar when going up a steep incline. A better sound system with more power would be a great upgrade.
Overall review: I really like this car, it fit my needs quite well. So far no rattles in 1 year usage (11,000 miles). Absolutely rock solid at this point.
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The Most Powerful and Comfortable Sedan in the World! by Krishnan, Austin on 05/28/2013. Trim: 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: 1. Ergonomic seating with volume and incoming phone pick button on the steer ring. 2. No keys required to open the door or start the vehicle. 3. It's super quiet. No vibrations when stopped at signals. 4. Plenty of leg room and above the head on the front and back. 5. Excellent air conditioning, FM radio and bluetooth. 6. Seamless operation between electric and gas. You will not feel any difference. Even on gas, you will not feel any vibration. 7. Very powerful engine. Just press the accelerator, it goes like an aeroplane. 8. Brakes nicely and smoothly, within the expected distance.
Cons: So far, I do not have any dislikes.
Overall review: Very comfortable driving. Comfy comfy ride for passengers.
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Great car... by auto driver from the east on 04/23/2013. Trim: 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Gas Mileage, Comfort, Ride, Looks, roomy
Overall review: This is a great car. Averaging 40MPG around town and up and down hills. Voice activation a plus! Great audio....
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A deceptively fast yet comfortable car! by CM from Hawaii on 06/24/2013. Trim: 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE, Owned 1 year.
Pros: I own the XLE, my daily commute is 80 miles with 50% highway and 50% rural roads--my average MPG is 44.1 which is higher than the EPA rating! The bluetooth feature in the XLE was intuitive and easy to setup with my Iphone 5. The audio system sounds great too. The seats are very comfortable and I especially like the leather. The interior is refined and pleasing to the touch and the ride is comfortable and quiet.
Cons: The built in NAV isn't very user friendly--its not intuitive like a garmin or tomtom. The voice activation features is hit or miss (like all other voice activation systems).
Overall review: Before the Camry I owned the 2008 Prius and the take-off power with the Camry is significantly better and feels equivalent to my V8 Dodge Ram truck. Also the transition from engine to electric only is a lot smoother than the prius (barely noticeable) and braking was smoother than the prius. I test drove the Camry LE hybrid, the Camry XLE hybrid, the Prius 3rd generation, the Avalon hybrid and the Lexus ES-300h hybrid. The Prius ride and comfort was spartan compared to the normal sedans, but there was no real difference in ride comfort or road noise between the Camry, Avalon and Lexus; hence I bought the Camry XLE. The XLE seating is much more refined and more comfortable than the LE and the electronic package in the XLE is better too. I thoroughly enjoy driving this car.
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