By Jeff Cobb When Toyota releases its next-generation 2018 Camry Hybrid this summer, eyes will be on how it does in taking back sales in the competitive midsized hybrid sedan segment.
To come in three trim levels, the most-efficient and base-level 52-mpg LE will match the fuel economy of the 52-mpg Prius – a remarkable 30-percent better than the outgoing Camry Hybrid which relied on a powertrain dating back to 2012.
Toyota’s introduction of the 46-52 mpg sedan lineup is expected to help project its nameplate and hybrid expertise in global markets, says Michigan-based analyst Alan Baum, and this of course includes the
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