The Toyota Camry is rather disappointing, whether you're after comfort or fun, but it's spacious and very cheap to run. If you're a company car driver, focused mainly on cheap tax bills, it is a worthy proposition, but if you can live with a petrol or diesel instead, there are far better executive cars out there.get the best price
Excel models get all the luxuries of lesser Camrys, plus extra safety tech, including LED fog lights, blindspot monitoring and lane-changing assistance. Given the small price premium, we reckon it's worth upgrading.
Engine: 2.5 VVT-i Hybrid
All Camrys come with a 2.5-litre petrol engine that's linked to an electric motor to boost efficiency, meaning 50mpg is realistic in the real world. However, you don't get the low-down torque of diesel rivals, and the engine becomes noisy when you put your foot down.
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