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Cotton, 12/17/2019
LE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
68 of 70 people found this review helpful

Bought a 2020 camry hybrid le. After driving for a while now my wife and decided this is near perfect car. How to make it better I have no idea as it is smooth, quiet, intuitive, comfortable, roomy a d dependable. Recently drove my daughter to college 2.5 hours each way. She drove there a d is a bit of a lead foot still averaged almost 47 mpg this includes city a d highway combined. On drive home I drove and was very conscious of power usage and typically ran 4mph over speed limit. I averaged 53 8 mpg.

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My First Hybrid

Philip Allen, 11/29/2019
SE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
35 of 37 people found this review helpful

I Traded in My F-150 (luxury FX2 V-8) for the 2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid SE. This is my 1st Week of Driving it and my 2 Main Concerns Overall Feel and MPG have both exceeded expectations. This car actually Feels and Drives more Solid and Smooth (not to mention more nimble) than my F-150 and the MPG is Ridiculous in a Good Way! I like the apple car play that uses my iphone google maps for Nav much better than the Ford SYNC Navigation, I gave up Heated seats and Moonroof but not missing them. The Acceleration of the 2.5 lit engine when the Sport Option is used is more than adequate for Merging or Passing (will actually push you back in your seat a bit when engaged) and the intelligent cruise control is a great feature. The lane assist is ok, but I prefer to leave it off while driving. Overall I was hesitant on how I would like the Transition from my F-150 to this Hybrid but so far , I am loving it 👍. Yes, it was a big Transition but when we sold our RV, I no longer had a need to pull something and the gas guzzler lost its ego appeal 😉. Oh and I can't actually tell you what my MPG on my first tank is yet....because after driving it over a week, I STILL have'nt had to stop for Gas!! 😍

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Well built and drive like a dream

Tom in Chandler AZ, 12/31/2019
LE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
47 of 51 people found this review helpful

This is my fourth Camry and first hybrid, 2020 Camry hybrid LE. Driven up to 1000 miles, consistently got an average of 52MPG, at time achieving 61MPG and with full tank of gas getting up to 620 MPG or more. Drove in ECO mode not responsive but in regular mode drive well merging into highway traffic without issues. My Camry came with a package, moon roof, BSM and RCTA, and audio plus. A plus at this price point to include available safety option BSM and RCTA. Camry hybrid LE comes with lithium battery unlike SE and XLE with older battery nickel metal hydrides. First impression with hybrid LE, quiet cabin and luxurious interior. The only drawback is hybrid LE comes with 16 inch steel wheels, not that attractive but can be upgraded to alloy rims down the road but with extra cost. 2020 hybrids come with 10 years or 150K miles warranty on hybrid batteries which is a bonus compared to 2019. 2020 hybrid Camry also comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. So far it drives beautifully without complaints. Did consider 2020 Corolla Hybrid LE and 2020 RAV4 hybrid XLE, but went with the Camry because of MPG and plenty of standard features in the 2020 Camry hybrids. **** Updates **** After six months of ownership I still enjoy driving my Camry Hybrid. The e-CVT shifts smoothly and flawlessly. The safety assistance option (the BSM and the RCTA) is still an essential part of daily safe driving. Moonroof, HomeLink, Qi charging, Apple CarPlay, Entune and Toyota Safety Sense work well. In most mixed driving conditions my Camry Hybrid still delivers an impressive average of 52 mpg and still rides comfortably. As far for the Toyota Service Connect goes it’s a hit and miss. The remote start never worked. I ended up using the key fob instead of relying on the Service Connect. Wish Toyota do provide options for hands-free trunk opener especially when both hands are tied up with grocery bags. So far no safety recall affecting my particular Camry Hybrid and I have been very happy with it since day one.

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Exceeds Expectations-Still Loving It!

Obie, 08/04/2020
LE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
11 of 11 people found this review helpful

This car is driven primarily by my wife for work, which involves about 40 miles commute (two-way), mostly highway. One reviewer mentioned low gas mileage with the hybrid, that has not been our experience. We tend to get between 47 to 52 MPG, depending on who is driving (I tend to drive a bit faster so MPG does drop a few). Some have complained about the weird noise it makes in reverse and at slow speeds. For one, I kinda like it, sounds like a spaceship sound effect but more importantly, it is a safety device to let others know its presence at low speeds (where it is operating on battery and thus very quiet). We have had no issues with acceleration as it does well merging into freeway traffic even with a four cylinder. The extra boost provided by the battery works well for acceleration, and given the balance between power and MPG, I would say Toyota has engineered an excellent balance between power and fuel efficiency. The ride is nearly perfect, though /Edmunds' review noted a slow roll over bumps, and I would agree. Yet overall it is an exceptional quiet car, rides well, yet one has good feel of the road itself. In fact, it seems to mimic a more more expensive Lexus ride, w/o the price. The safety features are nice, especially the lane change warning and back-up system. The adaptative cruise control took some time to adjust, I prefer the minimum setting between cars. We don't use the steer assist, find it annoying overall, but a nice option to have for younger drivers who need the assistance. The seats are comfortable and provide support, though I am not a fan of the headrests as they seem to push my head forward. The trunk is spacious, though the trunk lid itself is not very wide as I would imagine placing a wide piece of luggage might pose a challenge or something similar in size. Overall my wife absolutely loves this car and as they say, happy wife makes for happy life!

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Almost perfect

Mike in Pasadena, 10/23/2019
XLE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
53 of 59 people found this review helpful

I recently took delivery on a 2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE. It is a beautiful vehicle, inside and out, with Wind Chill Pearl exterior. This generation of Camry Hybrids (introduced in 2018) is more powerful, more comfortable, more efficient, and quieter than any previous generation. I do, however, have a bone to pick with Toyota. Hankook tires? I expected Michelins. No seat memory? For a $39,847 MSRP vehicle, that's an outrage. Not to quibble, but Toyota charges $60 for a rear-bumper "appliqué" that you can barely see. Despite these "minor" disappointments, the 2020 Camry Hybrid XLE is superior, in many ways, to its Honda counterpart.

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