RACV rates the value and reliability of the second-hand Camry Hybrid.
Offering the practicality of a good-size family sedan, as well as miserly fuel consumption and environmentally friendly green credentials, the Toyota Camry Hybrid has a foot firmly planted in each camp. It looks smart, feels comfortable and has an easy-to-drive nature that’s just like most other cars. There are few of the compromises usually found in other hybrids.
The petrol/electric Camry Hybrid was introduced in 2010, but really established itself as a serious contender in the mainstream market with the second-generation model in 2012. Toyota smartened up the styling and presentation, found almost as much cabin and boot space as in the petrol version, added extra standard features and significantly improved the on-road ability.
This second generation, built in Australia, initially came in two relatively well-equipped grades, the base-model Camry H and the luxury-packed Camry HL. From 2015 the Hybrid drivetrain became available across the entire Camry range, except the Atara SX, as an alternative to the petrol-only models. All versions have seven airbags and a 5-star ANCAP rating.
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