The 2012 Chevrolet Volt and the 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid represent two family friendly cars that have a similar yet completely different way of saving fuel.
The Volt is both an electric car and a plug-in hybrid in that it can run on both electricity (about 40 miles) and gas.
The Camry is a more traditional hybrid in that cannot go a very long distance on just electricity but it use its electric motor in conjunction with the gas engine to go further on a gallon of gas.
So which is the better family car for the weekend triathlete?
Check out this video review (from our sister blog TFLcar.com) below to find out as they compare a two family friendly cars that both cost about 35K (after rebates) in another classic Mashup review.