Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Green: Toyota Camary Here To Disrupt Hybrid Market

I'll make this short. Toyota's new Camary will cost less than the 2011 model and less than competition.

Coming at 43 mpg, the 2012 hybrid version of the iconic sedan will cost $26,660 -making it more than $1,100 less than the 2011 model. A similar hybrid Fusion will cost $2700 more.

According to Car and Driver, this is a vast improvement over the 31/35 mpg you get with last year's model.

The Focus Hybrid has a 41/36 mpg estimate.

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