Notes: The Camry Hybrid's first year is a mixed bag of brake actuators failing and power issues. The hybrid version even shares the same excessive oil consumption as its non-hybrid counterpart. And it hardly gets enough fuel efficiency gains to warrant the extra costs up-front or during repairs.

Toyota seemed to get their act together with later model years, so if you're looking for a used Camry Hybrid I suggest looking there.


hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
52,083 miles

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2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid wheels / hubs problems

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2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid Owner Comments

problem #3

May 242012

Camry Hybrid

  • 75,000 miles


The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry hybrid with sumimoto htra/spo1 tires, size 215/60 R16 95V. The contact stated that all four tires exhibited bubbles and dents. The tires had not blown, but the contact was concerned about the safety of the tires. The manufacturer suggested having the contact take the tires to a tire specialist to be tested, but the contact had not taken the tires for the recommended service. The tire failure mileage was 5,000. The mileage on the vehicle at the time of the failure was 75,000. The VIN was not available.

- Annandale, NJ, USA

problem #2

Apr 022010

Camry Hybrid

  • 71,250 miles
I purchased 4 brand new tire's, Continental contiprocontact, P215/60 R 94 T, at mavis discount tire in January of 2010. After three months, and approximately 3,000 miles, one tire blew out due to a sidewall explosion. This tire was the rear passenger tire. This tire was replaced by the dealer at a nominal cost, since I had purchased insurance on the tires. Exactly one month later, the front driver tire blew out from the same cause, and this failure occurred while driving on the highway (the first tire failure was also a highway failure). This failure was also inside the side wall, and not due to debris or pothole. This makes two of four new tires experiencing dangerous highway failure within the first 4,000 miles of ownership. This 50% failure rate without explanation I feel is a sign of a manufacturers performance defect, given both failure occurring at highway speed, and when the tires where in new condition.

- Deer Park, NY, USA

problem #1

Apr 282008

Camry Hybrid 4-cyl

  • 10,000 miles
I have a new 2007 Toyota Camry hybrid. The car was purchased in July 2007 and I currently have just over 10,000 miles. I brought it in for an oil change (at Goodyear) and they informed me that my front tires are down to 3/32". when I took it to Toyota, they basically told me it was my fault.

- Ashburn, VA, USA

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