2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
We decided to go with the hybrid instead of the LE because of the 12-13 difference in city MPG. A sizable difference. So far we have not had to use the AC, and the MPG readout on the dash encourages you to drive with a soft pedal. So far, with 3 minor road trips and city use, we have averaged 39-40 MPG. 55-68 MPH on the road, and easy city driving. Unless the computer readout is bogus, the mileage is fantastic. Soft pedaling really helps, if that doesn't bother you. The power is there if you need it. Usual Toyota quality... smooth, quiet, comfortable. Great car, so far.
Great MPG, if you soft pedal it. Quiet, smooth ride.
Find a way to lower the battery so the truck isn't compromised. Like in the Prius. Put the tilt steering wheel adjustment on a stalk behind the headlight stalk, rather than under the steering column. Make the center arm rest softer.
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