Then this happens and it means squat
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I was thinking the same thing... and was in no rush to replace my Camry with another car, especially another Camry... but then I had a 2019 Camry SE as a rental and it is just so much better than the 2015 that I started shopping again.ppl4golf wrote: ↑ You are supposed to drive you 2015 Camry to the ground.
That’s the whole point of getting Toyotas
Between the 2, Camry for sure.
The only warning I give is getting the same model back to back...I don’t know, seemed to be mistakes for me.
I have done it couple times and each time felt like a mistake in retrospect.
For one, there is no excitement factor. For two, I obvious did that because I liked the older one I own enough to consider the same model again. The newer one didn’t necessarily meet the higher expectations.
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A couple things: electric still needs A LOT more infrastructure to be viable...you have extra costs to set up power station at home, extra time to "re-fuel" and concerns about range limits on longer drives (though this is getting better). Here's my prediction, we are still 5-6 years away from full electrics being truly viable for most driver demographics, so hybrids will dominate the transition for a while still. I also believe that in 5-6 years there will be many more hydrogen fuel cell vehicles hitting the market from manufacturers. While Hydrogen will be in the early stages of building out that "re-fueling" infrastructure it will likely already be close to what electric was only 2-3 years ago (ie. the market will see the light at the end of the tunnel and there will be a viable market with many waiting to jump in as the infrastructure expands). The world is going to leapfrog electric in short order. My prediction is that electric will only be a "thing" for about 10 years before hydrogen fuel cell technology surpasses it in the market. Hydrogen fuel cells are truly zero emissions unlike electric, cost to refuel will drop dramatically and are already as cheap as regular gas, range is already near gas, no need for still limited, expensive and poor efficiency battery tech, etc. Bookmark my post for a decade if you want...lol...but I predict electric has a very limited window before it's overtaken by Hydrogen fuel cells. Similar to Blu-Ray vs. streaming...or CD's vs. Blu Ray. Electric is just a short-term stepping stone to the future of cars. Or, I could be wrong and oil is the future because it's only 30 days long since we'll blow the world up trying to kill off the covid virus.expresspotato wrote: ↑ For me buying a gas only car today is probably one of the stupidest things to do. Once electric is here no one will want to buy your used car and the oil companies will skyrocket the price at the pump in 2-3 years. GM is going fully electric by 2025. Ford same, BMW, Mercedes EQ getting there, Toyota has been on the fence so they're actually far behind.
Also me personally I could never go Korean for something like a car.
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Please take the L67 off that list. The 3800 is a gem.