The front door panels of the Camry LE get rid of the hard plastic and now use a soft-touch material.
The arm rests are now matched to the color scheme of the car’s interior while the models with leather seats make use of accent stitches. The hybrid version of the Camry LE now features a 6.1-inch screen for the entertainment system. The screen also doubles as a feedback display for the fuel consumption and energy usage of the car.
The new Toyota Camrys now feature a Blind Spot Monitor technology that alerts the driver when another vehicle crosses the blind spot of the car’s mirrors to avoid merging accidents. Designers also made Bluetooth connectivity as a standard feature. The multimedia system of the car also comes with HD and satellite radio.
The 2013 modely year of the Camry Hybrid still continues with the same mechanicals as the previous model. It depends on a 2.5L 4-cylinder gas engine that is tuned for low emission and maximum efficiency. The petrol powerplant is paired with an electric motor. The output of the whole system is 200 horses.
The Camry Hybrid can go from 0 to 60 miles an hour in just 7.6 seconds from a complete stop. This puts it just between the regular 4-cylinder Camrys and the more potent six-cylinder models.
Like other hybrid vehicles, the Camry can tap either power by using an electronic CVT gearset. Using pure electric power, the Camy Hybrid can just go for 1.6 miles at 25 mph.
EPA rating of the Camry Hybrid is 43/39 mpg city/highway. The combined rating is pegged at 41 mpg.
The 2013 Hybrid version of the Camry has a tag price of $26,140 exclusive of delivery charges.