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The Toyota Camry Hybrid adds excellent fuel economy to Toyota’s famed Camry model lineup. However, it isn’t alone in the hybrid sedan market and has to contend with competitors like the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Blue. So, how does the Camry Hybrid stack up against the Sonata Hybrid Blue? At the very least, the Toyota model has a higher potential lifespan than its direct Hyundai-made competition. 

How many miles can a Toyota Camry Hybrid last?

One of the Toyota Camry Hybrid’s redeeming features is its potential lifespan. The Camry Hybrid has a potential lifespan of around 230,547 miles. However, the Toyota model could last longer than 250,000 or 300,000 miles with proper care and maintenance. 

A Toyota Camry Hybrid shows off its silver paintwork while it cruises across a bridge in a city.
Toyota Camry | Toyota

According to iSeeCars’ longevity study, the Toyota Camry Hybrid is the 20th longest-lasting popular vehicle on the market. While that puts the Camry Hybrid in the last position on a list of 20, it’s one of only three hybrids to make it. Moreover, on the list of the longest-lasting hybrids, the Camry model took the number three spot, just ahead of the Lexus RX 450h and Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. 

Is the Toyota Camry Hybrid reliable?

The Toyota Camry Hybrid is reliable as well as long-lasting. Specifically, the Camry Hybrid is above average in the segment, coming in 3rd out of 24 midsize cars. 

According to RepairPal, the Toyota model gets a 4.0 out of 5.0 in terms of reliability. Also, with annual repair costs of just $388, it has excellent value in the segment. That means the Camry Hybrid is difficult to top among competitors like the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. 

How long do Hyundai Sonatas Hybrid last?

A Hyundai Sonata Hybrid has the potential to last well over 200,000 miles with proper preventative maintenance and care. Moreover, according to iSeeCars’ lifespan study, the Sonata Hybrid is the fifth longest-lasting hybrid on the market as of 2022. 

While the Hyundai Sonata’s potential lifespan of 184,887 miles in the study might not seem as impressive as the Toyota Camry Hybrid’s 230,547-mile figure, it’s enough to earn the Hyundai model a spot on the longest-lasting hybrids list. Moreover, the lifespan figures of the vehicles in the iSeeCars study doesn’t represent maximum potential mileages. Instead, the statistics indicate average odometer readings from some of the highest-mileage examples. 

A Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Blue shows off its rear styling.
Hyundai Sonata | Hyundai

Is the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid reliable?

The Hyundai Sonata has a 4.0 out of 5.0 in terms of reliability, ranking it fifth in RepairPal’s reliability index for midsize sedans. Moreover, the Sonata’s annual repair costs are around $458, which puts it at around $70 more per year than a comparable Camry Hybrid. 

What advantage does the Sonata Hybrid have over the Camry Hybrid?

While the Toyota Camry Hybrid has longevity and reliability as an advantage over the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid, the Hyundai model has its own advantages. For instance, the Sonata Hybrid Blue has a better basic warranty than the Toyota model. Specifically, Hyundai’s five-year, 60,000-mile warranty is longer than Toyota’s standard three-year, 36,000-mile coverage.


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