Review and Test Drive: 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid SE

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Toyota’s Entune infotainment system works well, although the automaker continues to ignore Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Camry Hybrid XLE comes with wireless charging (of no use to iPhone users, however) and the top-of-the-line model comes with Entune Audio Plus with Connected Navigation App, which will pair the car’s infotainment system to work with the Scout navigation system.

BOTTOM LINE

The Camry’s more traditional styling makes it an appealing alternative for those who don’t want the more radically styled Prius, while the combination of creature comforts and excellent fuel economy should make it a contender for most hybrid shoppers’ short lists.

THE DETAILS

  2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid SE
Base price/price-as-tested $29,500/$32,405
Drivetrain Front engine, front-wheel drive
Engine 2.5-liter inline 4
Electric Motor 105 kW Permanent Magnet AC Synchronous
Net Horsepower 200
Transmission CVT
Curb weight (lbs) 3,585
Wheelbase (inches) 109.3
Length x width x height (inches) 190.9 x 71.7 x 57.9
0-60 mph (seconds) (est.) 7.9
Fuel economy (mpg) (city/hwy) 40/37

 

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