Should I consider ownership of a 2012 Toyota Hybrid Camry with just over 95,888 miles on it?

Asked by Apr 09, 2017 at 09:06 AM about the 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

I have a trade in offer for my older vehicle.

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50,735

I would move on to a vehicle with fewer miles.

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If the price is right and you get an extended warranty it might be a good buy IF you only drive a small amount each year. If you are a road warrior get a low mile car.

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Have a mechanic that knows hybrids check it out. Hybrids are expensive to repair, especially if they need a new battery.

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If you consider the price to replace that hybrid battery...and..deduct that price from the asking price...you might have a vehicle that will last another 100,000 miles.

Hell no!!! A car that is only five years old should not have any more than 60,000 at most on it. Andrew Elam

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Bloodhounder....did you ever purchase this vehicle?

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