The first look:
The Toyota Camry was first sold in Denver in mid 1983 and started as a compact car and was sold in the majority of automotive markets throughout the world. Today a wide range of models runs from the well-equipped base Camry to the near-luxury Camry XLE. In between is the popular Camry LE with the V-6, the SE with suspension, tires and sport trim, and the Hybrid offering exceptional…Read More
The 2011 Camry is not a pure luxury sedan, but it has an interior that is on the upper end for mid-priced, mid-size sedans. The Camry is a roomy sedan front and rear, with comfortable seats. Almost everything in this sixth generation Camry cabin is about function. Controls for the audio and climate control are easily manageable and accessible on the center stack. Up front, the upgraded leather heated seats feel …Read More.
Options and features:
The Camry Hybrid comes standard with dual-zone auto climate control, a multi-information display, AM/FM with CD changer and MP3/WMA compatibility, and 16-inch alloy wheels. Options include premium JBL audio ($1,010), Leather Package for Hybrid ($1,295), and DVD navigation ($2,960). Now with the Hybrid model, the Toyota Camry remains the benchmark by offering the latest in…Read More.
Every 2011 Toyota Camry comes with antilock brakes (ABS), with Brake Assist, and Traction Control. The 2011 Camry also gets Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD), which balances brake force front-to-rear for optimal stopping distance. Another feature, Standard Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) with traction control regulates engine output and brake application to help maintain…Read More.
The Toyota Camry Hybrid is a regular Camry sedan but comes with a special drivetrain. The Toyota hybrid system incorporates a four-cylinder gasoline engine along with a 45-hp electric motor. The Camry Hybrid can run on any combination of the two power sources. When the vehicle comes to a stop, its gasoline engine shuts off to conserve fuel and reduce…Read More.
While driving around Denver, the hybrid isn’t as quick as the V-6 Camry, but its still one of the strongest in its class. The hybrid is surprisingly quick and will make you wonder if it is the V-6. One of the biggest differences between the gas only Camry and the hybrid is the way it sounds. There is somewhat of a learning curve to master all of its idiosyncrasies. When the hybrid is first started, it’s hard to tell if the car is…Read More.
The 2011 Camry Hybrid takes the hybrid technology to a new level. If you take the hybrid part out of the equation, and just judge the vehicle on its merits as a mid-size sedan, it would score well. When you add in the hybrid’s stingy use of fuel, which is better than most compact cars, it begins to bring into focus the Camry Hybrids place in our changing world of automobiles. In the next five-ten years…Read More.