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I recently read consumer reports 2014 where the Camry Hybrid was on the most reliable and least expensive to own list. After reading the report I'm really glad the Honda Accord was not yet available in my area (the civic is among the least reliable hybrids and getting worse each year) Ford and Hyundai are below average reliability especially their hybrids. I'm surprised by all the unhelpful responses to my review, must be people justifying the fords, hyundais, and Kias they bought or the extra $15,000 they spent on a few extra features and big L in their dash. anyway I stand by everything in my review and this car is extremely refined and quick for a hybrid. I heard the SE is now available so i would recommend if you can get the SE hybrid go for it. Much better appearance, seats, handling, similar features and cost as the XLE. I wish it was available when I bought. I still drive really fast and averaging about 35 MPG after about 6 months now. That's about 15 better than my previous Hyundai Sonata SE which was about 20. I drive about 40/60 highway/city.Report it
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