The 2007 Toyota Camry is and has been one of the best-selling cars in the United States for many years. It is a sedan renowned for its fuel efficiency, reliability and resale value. The 2007 models comes with an upgrade to the drivetrains and some other revisions. The 2007 model will also come in several hybrid versions. It is available in CE, LE, SE and XLE trims.
The 2007 Toyota Prius Hybrid is a gasoline and electric hybrid with a few additional safety features added for the new years plus an entirely new Touring trim. The Prius has always differed from other hybrids in that the electric engine dominates this car's drivetrain. The electric motor powers the car until it reaches about 12 miles per hour and then the gasoline engine takes over. The 2007 Toyota Prius Hybrid is available in the Base and Touring trims.
The 2007 Honda Accord Hybrid is a slightly more expensive hybrid when compared to the Toyota Prius and the Civic Hybrid. It is a sedan that seats four comfortably and is known for being harder to spot than other hybrids. Except for some differing grille work the Hybrid Accord is not much different than the standard Accord. There is little change between the 2006 and 2007 models.
The 2007 Honda Civic Hybrid was rolled out by the company in 2006 and was billed as a much more fuel efficient vehicle than previously available from Honda. The Civic Hybrid can get up to 49 miles to the gallon in city driving and 51 miles for highway driving. For the 2007 version the car now has XM Satellite radio standard when the navigation system option is purchased but is little changed from 2006.
The Civic is consistently named one of the best small sedans by Consumer Reports. This article provides background information, features, pricing, and specifications for the 2005 Honda Civic DX, Value, LX, and EX compact sedans.
Among the 2006 Subaru Baja's many unique qualities is the unlikeliness that one would lose track of its unique car-truck hybrid design in a parking lot. This article discusses the Baja Sport and Turbo models, touching upon performance, pricing, and features.