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Should you Buy a Toyota Camry Hybrid Advice from a Toyota Mechanic

Here’s a report from a Toyota mechanic with his owner’s update and opinion about the things he liked and did not like about his Toyota Camry Hybrid after nearly one year and 5,000 miles. Plus, watch as he demonstrates how to inspect and maintain this model after the first 5,000 miles with recommended tips and tricks you will not find in the manual.

Hybrid Car Ownership

Earlier we’ve learned some of the in’s and out’s of Hybrid vehicle ownership: Whether you should consider buying one right now; models that you should ignore or avoid; models that will save you the most money on gas; and, the aftermarket Hybrid battery replacement question and warning.

To help new Hybrid owners learn more about what to expect with a Hybrid, here’s an informative video for the first-time or about to be first-time Toyota Hybrid vehicle owner from an experienced Toyota mechanic who took the time to share with his viewers some of the good things and bad things he found with this model.

Follow along as he goes over an inspection of his Hybrid showing owners what they should be looking for and the maintenance owners can (and should) do to ensure a good ownership experience with what could be a long-lasting Hybrid car.

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Please note: If you do not want to go through the inspection and servicing demonstration, skip ahead to timepoint 26:10 of the video to find out the host’s likes and dislikes of his Hybrid after one year and whether he recommends buying one today.

Should you buy a Toyota Camry Hybrid? 1 Year Ownership Update

And finally…

For additional articles about Hybrid cars, here are a few for your consideration:

Hydrogen Fuel Versus Lithium Ion Versus Solid State Batteries in Cars

Recommended Compact Hybrid Cars Per New Consumer Reports Survey

Roomiest and Comfiest Compact Hybrid Cars Tested by Consumer Reports

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Timothy Boyer is a Torque News automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily new and used vehicle news.

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Elly (not verified)    May 1, 2023 - 1:14AM

Which mid-size suv is cheaper to maintain and has an engine capacity of 1.8cc and its spare parts are cheaper or equivalent to the Toyota Corolla premio