By Jon LeSage The 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid will start showing up at dealerships in late summer with a revised hybrid system offering substantial fuel efficiency gains.
The Camry Hybrid’s LE option comes with a 52 mpg combined highway estimated-EPA rating, the same as the 2017 Prius hatchback gets in EPA combined rating.
The new Total Hybrid System (THS II) gets much of its mpg improvement through a more-efficient transmission system. The new Sequential Shiftmatic works with a continuously-variable transmission while continuously finding a balance between high power output and the best possible energy efficiency.
Toyota engineers simulated a quick-shifting six-speed automatic transmission in the new
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