2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid Goes Places With Power and Efficiency

The Toyota Camry proved along time that it is a comfortable, dependable and economic mid-size sedan. Sold by the hundred thousands in the last 15 years, 90 percent of them are still on the road - a solid proof for their popularity and reliability.
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Since 2009, the Camry also received a Hybrid edition, which is continued today and got improved to achieve better performance and greater mileage. One example is that the engine has no drive belts at all, improving reliability and shortening it’s warm-up time due to the electric water pump.

The Camry Hybrid is offered in two versions, the cheapest one starting at $26,140 while the XLE top one is offered at $27,670.

The LE comes with 16-inch steel wheels, color keyed exterior mirrors, daytime running lights, High Solar Absorbing glass, dual zone automatic climate control, 6.1-inch display audio with multiple connectivity, smart key system, fabric trimmed seats, cruise control, tilt/telescopic steering wheel with control buttons and more.

For just $1,530 you can get the top XLE version which adds integrated fog lamps, electric folding mirrors, 17-inch alloy wheels, chrome exhaust tip, rear seat air con vents, leather trimmed steering wheel, auto dimming mirror with compass and two auxiliary 12V power outlets.

Read the full review from Epoch Times.
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