2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid Reviews

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The 2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid offers a four-cylinder engine with a Hybrid synergy motor, electric air conditioning, continuously variable transmission and regenerative braking. Consider reviews of the 2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid, which boast better gas mileage and less pollution, with tips from a Toyota sales representative in this free video on Toyota cars.

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Hi I'm Dave Trachtenberg from Toyota of Tampa Bay. I'm here to review the 2009 Toyota Camry Hybrid. About 10% of all Camrys sold are hybrid vehicles. They incorporate the best of all technologies in the Toyota Camry four cylinder sedan with the additional feature of having a Hybrid synergy drive which improves the fuel economy and performance of the vehicle. The Camry Hybrid has electric power steering. It has electric air conditioning. It has a continuously variable transmission so there is no ramp up and fall off as the vehicle moves through the speed ranges. The Camry is environmentally more sensible than most standard sedans. The Camry Hybrid pollutes at a far lesser rate because when it sits at a traffic light it shuts down and does not run wasting gas. The continuously variable transmission provides smoother acceleration, electric air conditioning, wastes no fuel powering the air conditioning and comfort of the occupants inside the car. The Camry incorporates all of the features and excellence of the standard four cylinder sedan but with the added power and efficiency of the hybrid's synergy drive. The vehicle also incorporates regenerative braking. The regenerative braking allows the brakes to stop the vehicle more efficiently, it shoots electricity back into the battery to recharge the entire system. The vehicle just makes sense for the consumer that wants to be environmental friendly and maximize their fuel economy. This has been the 2009 review of the Toyota Camry Hybrid. I'm David Trachtenberg, Toyota of Tampa Bay.


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