Toyota’s eighth generation of the best-selling sedan wears more appealing sheetmetal, while chassis changes promise to deliver a more exciting drive character. To look the part, the new Camry is lower, wider and curvier, with a sleeker, more aerodynamic profile. The design change also warrants a new Camry logo.
The Toyota Camry is known for its comfortable and smooth ride and spacious interior. After driving this car over a variety of road types, it becomes obvious that Toyota’s first mission for the Camry is a smooth and refined ride. The Camry Hybrid isn’t slow either; it is actually quicker than the regular non-Hybrid four-cylinder Camry.
The Toyota Camry Hybrid that is on the market at the moment offer up 42mpg city driving and 38mpg when out on the highway. The Honda Accord Hybrid fives up 49mpg city driving and 48mpg combined.
At the launch of the 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid it was said that it would be 20% more efficient that the vehicle on the market at the moment and a rating that starts with 5 would be impressive. Even if the rating was only slightly better than that of the Honda Accord Hybrid it would be an achievement.