The 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE is one of the more premium mid-range midsize hybrid sedans on the market—if you go much nicer (or much more expensive) than a fully loaded Camry Hybrid XLE, you might as well start cross-shopping with entry-level luxury cars. That said, it isn’t a particularly interesting car to drive or to look at, and Toyota seems to be fine with that—it’s what makes the regular Camry such a steady and reliable best-seller, after all. It’s just that anyone who looks at the Camry Hybrid XLE and expects anything more exciting than, well, a Camry, is likely to be disappointed.
The Camry Hybrid was fully redesigned in 2012 and was last refreshed in 2015. For the 2017 model year, Toyota keeps things mostly the same, except for some minor tinkering with the options list. Now, let’s take a look at the 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE.