How much does a Camry Hybrid battery replacement cost?

I have a 2010 Camry Hybrid and it’s been a super reliable ride until just a few days ago. After taking my car to the dealership, they told me that I’m going to need a new battery soon. How much will it cost to replace the battery?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Camry Hybrid
offers some of the best fuel economies in its class, just so long as the battery is performing. If the battery starts to fade, expect repair costs to run between $2,000 and $5,000 with parts and labor.
Unfortunately, your Camry Hybrid is out of warranty, so you won’t be able to use your warranty for a replacement either. You can shop for a used or refurbished battery, but these are risky purchases because they usually don’t come with any sort of guarantee. Because of this, buying a new one is always the best option.
Since your car is over a decade old, you may also want to weigh the pros and cons of buying a new Camry Hybrid. If the bill for replacing the battery is too high relative to a new or used vehicle, you may just want to opt for an upgrade.
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