Used 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid Pricing

List Price $27,800 - $32,250
Edmunds Rating
4.0 / 5.0
Consumer Rating

2018 Highlights

The 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid is completely redesigned. Highlights include improved fuel economy, sleeker styling and additional standard safety features.
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  • Very fuel-efficient while still having strong acceleration
  • Comfortable and spacious interior
  • Impressive cargo space for a hybrid sedan
  • Easy to see out of


  • Base-level LE can feel a bit wallowy on the highway
  • Transition between regen and standard brakes can be clunky
  • Infotainment tech falls behind class leaders

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Used 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid for Sale

Toyota Camry Hybrid 2018 LE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) 2,436 miles
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Toyota Camry Hybrid 2018 XLE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Celestial Silver Metallic Ash leather2,840 miles
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Toyota Camry Hybrid 2018 LE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT) Brownstone Macadamia cloth471 miles
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Our experts like the Camry Hybrid models:

Adaptive Cruise Control

Allows for a maximum set speed while driving while also maintaining a preset distance behind the driver in front of you.
Lane Departure Warning

Warns the driver when the car begins to drift out of its lane without signaling.
360-Degree Camera

Allows for a bird's-eye view of the car in low-speed parking scenarios, which should help avoid parking-lot dings.

NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

  • Side Crash Rating

  • Side Barrier Rating

  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover9.9%

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
  • Roof Strength Test
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test

Top Consumer Reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid


Consumer Rating

Great Car but Nav. system and HUD are inadequate
This is a great car. But the brochure lies about the Heads Up Display. The description is for the display in the V6 not the hybrid. I've told Toyota about this serveral times but no response from them. The Navigation system is junk compared to Google Maps. The voice control functions are pretty brain dead and the Nav system is slow. But other than those two things it's a good car. I'm just very disappointed that Toyota won't fix the marketing of the HUD and they are sticking with a very old technology for their Nav and voice controls.
Forget about navigation
The 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid navigation system is abominable! You must connect your cell phone with a cord to the USB to get the Scout GPS system. The Scout GPS software and maps are OK. Toyota is risking a problem as the cord connecting the cell phone flops onto the floor when unplugged from the phone. The loose cord becomes entangled with the accelerator pedal. You better have unlimited data on your cell phone if you use this system. Why Toyota chose to have a corded interface when the Entune accepts blue tooth is beyond explanation. Buyer Beware.... there are 3 levels of Entune system. The Hybrid owner's manual offers instructions for the Premium system. NOTE: The Premium level is not available on the Hybird Camry. The premium level in GAS Camrys is available... it has a much better navigation. Toyota almost had a perfect car except for this glaring miscalculation when it comes to a GPS system.
From a 2008 Prius to a 2018 Camry Hybrid LE
This review is most meaningful for Prius drivers looking to switch to the Camry Hybrid. I drove a 2008 Prius for more than 10 years. It averaged about 55 MPG in summer and about 50 MPG in winter in flat Houson roads, driving on 50% city streets, 50% crowded freeways, about 50 miles/day. The speeds range from 35 MPH to about 50MPH in office-day traffic. I also drove about once a month from Houston to Austin, about 300 miles round-trip, with highway speeds between 75-80MPH, and with hilly terrain. On such trips, the 2008 Prius used to average about 46-47 MPG. This past week, I traded it in and got a new 2018 Camry Hybrid LE. Today I made a 342 mile RT from Houston to Austin in the new car, and have a first-hand, real-user report and comparison with the 2008 Prius. (1) Power: The 2008 Prius was a laggard and underpowered when it came to acceleration, and forever being pushed by guzzlers. The 2018 Camry Hybrid with 208HP is such an improvement! I have tested the "Eco", "Normal" and "Sport" mode. The "Eco" mode makes the response of the Camry drag, and you cannot accelerate quickly. Clicking the normal mode zooms up the engine RPM and delivers the extra kick in the torque to accelerate nicely. The "sport" mode seem to go into overdrive even more easily. I drove most of my trip on the "Eco" mode, saving the "normal" only for passing at 75-80 MPH. Verdict- you will love the Camry power. (2) Display: The 2008 Prius has a superior display and information to the user. The 2018 Camry Hybrid splits the information across a small screen on the dashboard and the table on the 7in display. I was disappointed that I could not get the information I wanted easily. The manual promises more metrics on the drive, but I am unable to locate the information in the setup. Verdict - you will hate the analytics offered/promised on the Camry Hybrid LE. (3) Mileage: The 2008 Prius delivers what is promised on the Houston roads. I have not put the Camry to that test yet. But on the RT from Houston to Austin, the 2008 Prius offers 46-47 MPG. I started with a full tank on the 2018 Camry Hybrid, and after 352 miles, refuelled - it took 7.81 gallons. This works out to 45.12 MPG - in the same range as the Prius. Verdict - somewhat disappointing to not hit the EPA rated 53 MPG. (4) Other features: on the 352-mile trip, these are the safety features that the 2018 Camry Hybrid LE alerted me: lane-departure signal several time; when traffic rolled to a sudden halt on the freeway a red alert showed up on the small screen, screaming "BRAKE NOW"; when the sun set, a message on the small screen prompted me to turn on the headlights (was not in the Auto setting). Verdict - Nice! (5) Ride comfort: in the 10+ years I had the 2008 Prius, I had to change the struts once, but never got a smooth enough ride. The 2018 Camry Hybrid LE has excellent shock absorbers. Verdict: you will love the Camry Hybrid. (6) Bluetooth: 2008 Prius easily pairs with my Android phone, but has only rudimentary call answering capability. The 2018 Camry Hybrid LE was not able to find my Bluetooth devices. Neither did it broadcast its Bluetooth name to be discovered by my phone. Verdict - holding off on this for now, till I try again. (7) Storage: The 2008 Prius hatchback has foldable seats and the trunk cover can be removed to have really good storage, constrained by the hatchback cover. The 2018 Camry Hybrid LE also has foldable-rear seats, but the frame of the seat restricts the amount of storage in addition to the trunk size. Verdict: you will be disappointed in the Camry Hybrid LE storage. (8) Dashboard display: The 2008 Prius has fully digital display which is intuitive and rapidly informative. The 2018 Camry Hybrid LE has analog dial-meters for RPM level (divided into EV, ECO, and normal quadrants), speedometer, gas level. Verdict: you will be disappointed in the 2018 Camry Hybrid LE.