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2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid

ushy66ushy66 Member Posts: 366
edited July 2016 in Toyota
The 2018 Camry Hybrid, the next generation, will most likely be introduced around Q3-Q4 2017. Expect it to be lighter and have more safety (including emergency automatic braking) and added convenience features + a 10%+ improvement of fuel efficiency (trickle down hybrid tech from the new 2016 Prius hybrid tech), so it may get 45-46 mpg without hypermiling.
It should be a very nice car in many ways; worth waiting for if you don't need to replace your current ride with a new hybrid now. Only 12-18 months away from hitting your local Toyota dealer's lot.


  • ushy66ushy66 Member Posts: 366
    2018 Camry (8th Gen) Reveal in 4-5 weeks at the 2017 Detroit IAS
  • FranksToy2FranksToy2 Member Posts: 1
    I bought a 2018 Camry XLE Hybrid. Very happy with the car but it does have minor problems that the dealer hasn't fixed. Cruise Control varies from set speed 1 to 2 mph. Dealer said that is okay. Driver's Blind-Side-Monitoring light in outside mirror stays on for up to 30 seconds when cold outside. Dealer "couldn't recreate condition". I even gave them a video of it doing it. Latest complaint: During stay-at-home, had not driven car for 2 weeks. Battery completely dead. Had to charge it to start it and then take to dealer to reset collision warning and Hybrid System Malfunction. Is this a common problem ... battery draining completely in 2 weeks?
  • kliford2kliford2 Member Posts: 2
    edited June 2020
    After decades of enduring the Euro suspensions, I'm ready for soft and sedate. Boring can be good. The only issue is that the Camry Hybrid is about $3K over a Honda Accord Hybrid.
    Kodi nox
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