The Toyota Camry Hybrid has been around for more than a decade, unlike the Corolla, which just received a hybrid version for the first time in 2020. However, the Camry has benefited from Toyota’s regular updates of its signature and reliable hybrid system. It also benefited from a major redesign in 2018, which gave it a sportier look and up-to-date tech.
I drove the Camry Hybrid XLE, the highest trim level. Its MSRP starts at $32,730, and my test car had a few extras added, including the Driver Assist package, adaptive headlights, a moonroof, and the Navigation Package, which upgraded the audio system as well. All-in, including destination fee, my loaner Camry had a price of $39,766.
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