We had a 2007 Camry for 3
We had a 2007 Camry for 3 years, or about 80,000 miles. In the first couple of years I had no trouble getting 40 mpg on the long haul and about 35 mpg in mixed driving. But in the 3rd year, the mileage dropped a significant amount so that in winter a number below 30 mpg was not uncommon.
Now we have stepped up to a 2009 Camry but are very disappointed. It's difficult to get 38 or 39 mpg on the long haul and in mixed driving 32-33 is the norm while under 30 mpg is not unusual. Tire pressures are set to specification.
One difference I noted is the place of manufacture. The 2007 was Japan-made and the 2009 is Kentucky-made.
The Hyundai Sonata hybrid will be out in September.....
I have had my 2007 Toyota
I have had my 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid since July 2007 and have over 75,000 miles on it and have never reset the overall mileage on the info screen - to date it has averaged 39.1 mpg since it was built. A year and a half ago it was as high as 39.5 overall but a very hot Atlanta summer and a lot of clients will bring that down to 39.0 earlier this summer. Still averaging around 39 to 41 miles per gallon this fall It has been a very good car and only one minor warranty issue for a loose window motor inside the door during the 1st year.
'07 Camry Hybrid with 50,000
'07 Camry Hybrid with 50,000 miles. NO COMPLAINTS! Averaging 35-42 mpg, more on freeway in the summer. Thought about the Prius before buying the Camry, but hate the center dash with Nintendo-like displays. And it was tighter on comfort. The Camry has comfort, style, economy, reliability all in one. About the worst thing about it is the Nav system operability. (Not very intuitive.)
I am considering buying a second one!
i have a toyota camry hybrid
i have a toyota camry hybrid 2007 my car says 17.5 mpg on the moniotor and i dont get this at all , everyone is talking about 30 - 40 mpg and mines is less than 20, can someone help me out???? i have 44000 miles on my car .