What’s the American past-time that doesn’t involve a ball or a bat? The classic summer road trip adventure. At Peterson Toyota we consider summer road trips to be an adventure because undoubtedly something unexpected happens. Whether it is a flat tire or leaving a credit card at a gas station in the middle of Idaho, road trips are eventful. Consumer Reports lists the Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE as a top choice for vehicles to take on a road trip. Consumer based their list on the most affordable, fuel efficient cars that have the longest cruising range. The list was also divided up into six categories from luxury SUV to small car. The Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE came in second in the Family Car division.
The Toyota Camry debuted quietly in late 1989 and quickly became a class leader. It has relied on Toyota’s history of producing quality, long lasting vehicles. The Toyota Camry sells in large quantities, so finding a new or used Camry that meets your requirements should be simple. In recent years with the green, hybrid car evolution, the Camry has excelled in that category as well offering outstanding gas mileage and handling. Before Camry entered the Hybrid market, cars typically sacrificed something, like space or performance when gaining fuel economy. With the Camry, Toyota has given the public a green car without sacrifices.
The 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid is the second generation in the model’s lineage. The Camry Hybrid has a gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain. The 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine produces 156 horsepower and 156 lb-ft of torque. The Camry Hybrid has one of the nicest cabins in the class with high-quality materials, good craftsmanship, an array of available high-tech features, and boasting spacious and comfortable seating. It’s no wonder why the Camry Hybrid was ranked second in the Affordable Midsize Cars and second in Hybrid Cars from US News and World Report.
The Camry Hybrid has been produced since 2007, so a Used Toyota is a viable option when looking for a more affordable, reliable Hybrid. The current generation was Camry debuted in 2012. The new generation Hybrid benefited from all of the same upgrades as the gasoline Camry including a nicer interior and new electronic features. Fuel economy and power are also considerable better in for the second generation.
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