Shopping for a new Toyota Camry Hybrid?
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QUALITY | 9 out of 10
Eerily quiet cabin at traffic lights
Super roomy and easy to climb into
Cloth seats are standard, but leather is optional
Good-to-great levels of comfort/convenience
While the 2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid and other hybrid cars have usually been reviewed more for their fuel mileage than their comfort, the Camry Hybrid brings a higher level of luxury and comfort to the class than is typically found.
The 2009 Toyota Camry model line continues to represent an accommodating and quality-built car. Cars.com notes that the Camry Hybrid can easily seat five occupants and that "cloth seats are standard, but leather is optional." Edmunds states that the 2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid's "general quality has gone downhill in terms of build quality and materials" but adds, "it's still better than what some other brands offer." Edmunds also remarks that "what it lacks in polish...the Camry Hybrid makes up for with space, quiet and comfort." Mother Proof agrees, reporting, "The backseat is super roomy and easy to climb into," and, "A/C vents on the back of the center console keep things cool and comfy, even in August."
TheCarConnection.com notes that trunk space has been reduced slightly to accommodate the battery pack unique to the Hybrid model. The 2009 Camry Hybrid contains 10.6 cubic feet of trunk space, compared to the 15 cubic feet found in other Camry models. Cars.com points out that the "backseat does fold forward" to allow trunk access from inside the vehicle. And Edmunds adds, "Oodles of cubbies and compartments make it a very family-friendly environment."
The 2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid lacks some of the cargo capacity of other 2009 Camry models, but is still comfortable and spacious enough for a whole family.