Shopping for a new Toyota Camry Hybrid?
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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
Eight-year/100,000-mile warranty for the hybrid system
Car and Driver
Six-speaker stereo with CD player and auxiliary input jack
Power seats adjust in every direction
Provides a serenely hushed environment
The 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid offers so many standard features that it's equivalent to the highest XLE trim level on a regular Camry, plus a smart-key system. Among them are dual-zone automatic climate control, a 440-Watt JBL audio system with Bluetooth, a power glass moonroof, leather interior with reclining rear seats, 16-inch aluminum wheels, and an ionizing system for interior air. Options include a navigation system, heated front seats, and heated outside mirrors.
Edmunds lists the standard features on the 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid as including "dual-zone automatic climate control" and "keyless ignition" plus much more. Motor Trend keeps the list going, saying the 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid also includes as standard "a six-speaker stereo with CD player and auxiliary input jack," along with air conditioning with a pollen and dust filter, "power windows, power locks, automatic halogen headlights, [and] vehicle immobilizer."
Mother Proof notes approvingly that, "Power seats adjust in every direction, and the steering wheel tilts and telescopes into the perfect piloting position," adding that the steering wheel contains "controls for the stereo and phone." Satellite radio and a DVD navigation system round out the list of feature.
The 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid offers relatively few options, largely because it starts out with such a long list of standard equipment.