How Often Do You Service a Toyota 2008 Camry Hybrid?

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A Toyota 2008 Camry Hybrid requires an oil change, tire rotation and brake inspection every 5,000 miles. Consider purchasing a Toyota Camry Hybrid, which requires no more maintenance than the traditional Camry, with advice from a Toyota sales representative in this free video on Toyota cars.

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Hi I'm Dave Trachtenberg with Toyota of Tampa Bay and I'm here to tell you about the required maintenance on a 2008 Toyota Camry Hybrid. Great news folks. The Toyota Camry Hybrid requires no additional maintenance compared to a gasoline only vehicle. Even better news is that a Camry Hybrid requires even less maintenance than a traditional gasoline only sedan. Normal maintenance for a Camry Hybrid are 5,000 miles for oil changes, tire rotations and brake inspections. Because the vehicle has electric air condition, electric power steering, and several other advanced features like regenerative braking, the vehicle requires actually less maintenance than a standard camera and the Hybrid part of the vehicle the electric motor and battery array require no maintenance so good news, good news. A Camry Hybrid sedan requires routine maintenance, 100% of what you are used to servicing a traditional sedan and over the life of the vehicle you will find that the maintenance requirements are even less than what you would find under normal expectations. This is David Trachtenberg from Toyota of Tampa Bay. Thank you very much and you have a great day.


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