The 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid shows a great deal of innovation, taking one of the most popular sedans on the market, the Camry, and making it even more fuel efficient. The Camry Hybrid has many of the same features as the version with the standard powertrain, with the main difference being fuel efficiency. This means that you can expect many top features and abilities.
The 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid is available in 3 different trims: the LE, SE, and XLE. Each of these trims is similar to the corresponding ones on the non-hybrid Camry. The Hybrid LE offers ECO and EV modes, Smart Key System with Push Button Start, and Entune Audio with a 6.1-inch touchscreen. The SE adds sport fabric SofTex trim for the front seats and a sport suspension, while the XLE upgrades to leather-trimmed heated front seats and gives you the option of Entune Premium JBL Audio with App Suite and Navigation or the Technology Package.
Hybrid Performance and Efficiency
Most people choose to drive the Camry Hybrid because of its impressive performance and efficiency. When you combine the electric and gas motors, it generates 200 horsepower. The aerodynamic design and lightweight materials help give the Hybrid LE 43 mpg city and the Hybrid SE 40 mpg* city.
The Toyota Camry Hybrid also comes with an energy monitor, which is a display showing your hybrid battery, electric motor generator, and gas engine. This display gives you real-time information concerning power use, battery charging, and more.
The optional Qi wireless charging on the Camry Hybrid lets you easily charge your compatible smartphones or other devices without any wires. You only need to place the device on top of the system’s nonslip surface and let it do the rest.
With the top features of the regular Camry and the efficiency of a hybrid engine, the 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid has something to offer everyone. Configure your model at Toyota of Ardmore in Ardmore, Oklahoma, and start saving fuel while driving around town.
*EPA-estimated fuel economy for comparison purposes only. Actual mileage will vary based on personal driving habits, vehicle maintenance, and external conditions.