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2015 Prius is awesome in terms of mileage, driving 17 miles one way to work, mostly highway miles and have reached 52.3 MPG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nothing below 51 MPG yet. Plenty of leg room for our family of 5, and I can even sit in the back at 6'1" and still have plenty of leg room also. Ride is surprisingly smooth and steering is very well controlled, never thought that would be the case
This has been the most reliable car I have ever owned. I have followed the recommended service schedule and have been rewarded with excellent service from my car. As an elderly woman (71), I need a reliable, safe and economical vehicle. My little camry is great on the highway and still gets 28 mpg overall, city and highway. My next auto will be a Toyota.
The 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE feels luxurious. It also has surprising pick-up. It doesn't hurt that it gets 40 miles, or more, to the gallon of gas. The second best Hybrid that I found (but did not buy) is the Volkswagen Turbo DIESEL Hybrid Jetta.
This is an excellent overall family car. Watch out for the water pump as they have the tendency to fail right around warranty to expire. My car was replaced under warranty...
Sporty and comfortable sedan. One of first Toyota's with SS timing belt chain and exhaust. Just replaced muffler at 242,000 miles and 11 years. Interior fabric is only thing that wasn't ideal and quite comfortable. Peppy 5 speed manual and tinted power windows makes the newer Camry seem a bit boring and last made on the Lexus line. 17" rims with power sun/moon roof make it a daily joy and 2-3 days a year with it was AWD, however for other 362-363 love it. Starting to burn oil at 235K.
Bottom line up front - this is a competent family hauler that is comfortable and spacious. The V6 has great straight line acceleration and I have averaged 22/25/29 MPG. Where the vehicle lets you down is how it feels to drive, but that isn't the point of this vehicle. No matter what, you can't go wrong with it.
I have no doubt I would give the overall rating of this car 5 stars were it not for the arrogance of the manufacturer to own up to problems and provided quality customer service. But, Toyota, like most auto manufacturers is only interested in the bottom line and will ignore known problems, even try to hide them. This car is superb in so many ways, that it is disgusting the manufacturer would allow ill will to exist on peripheral issues. Our big issue is the abominable navigation system.