2013 Toyota Camry Sedan Totally Tested Review AutoTrader...


The XV40 is the first Camry series that has been available with a gasoline/electric hybrid drivetrain (see: below). Known as the “Toyota Camry Hybrid”, the gasoline–electric model premiered in January 2006—alongside the non-hybrid car. Camry Hybrids were initially built solely at the Tsutsumi plant in Toyota, Aichi, Japan, although the hybrid has never been available for purchase in its home market. Since October 2006, models for the North American market shifted production to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky in the United States. Toyota Australia began local manufacture of the hybrid on December 11, 2009 at its Altona, Victoria plant. In Australasia, the car is known as the “Toyota Hybrid Camry”, as opposed to “Camry Hybrid”. Since May 2009, the hybrid model has also been produced at Toyota Motor Thailand’s Gateway plant in Chachoengsao. Unlike the Camry Hybrid models produced elsewhere, the Thai models are based on the “prestige Camry” design. As of August 2009, worldwide sales of the Camry Hybrid represent percent of Toyota’s total hybrid sales, ranking second after the Toyota Prius, with more than 167,000 Camry Hybrids sold. As of December 2009 cumulative sales of the Camry Hybrid had reached 154,977 units in the US, placing it as the third best selling electric hybrid car in that market. Chevy Volt, Fisker Karma, Toyota Prius C, Toyota Prius V, Toyota Camry Hybrid, Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, Kia Optima Hybridm, Ford Focus Electric, Honda Civic Hybrid, Mitsubishi I-Miev, toyota camry 2013 ,2013 toyota, 2013 camry hybrid , toyota camry 2012, 2012 camry hybrid