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I'd just go with the four. It's perfectly adequate. Sure it lacks the V6 punch, but it puts out what V6s did a generation ago. It gets better fuel economy and is most likely to be cheaper to maintain. The Camry isn't really a car to have fun with; it's a faithful tool where extra features (such as a V6) don't necessarily return a huge benefit. And I'll say it again: the four is perfectly adequate. You aren't hauling people or things around for a big percentage of your time, so the four makes sense.
If you're willing to pay the hybrid premium, it'll work well. Electric torque is intoxicating and despite my initial thoughts when the first Prius debuted, it's proven reliable. If you do a lot of highway driving, though, a hybrid isn't really worth it.
'00 Toyota Echo - dead 02/17
'67 Mustang Convertible - gone 01/17
'14 Chrysler T+C - Wifey's hauler!
'97 Civic DX 5-speed - DD
Last edited by jcp123; 02-18-2017 at 09:27 PM.