TORRANCE, Calif. – As drivers endure the steady ascent of fuel prices nationally, Toyota, the most fuel-efficient full-line auto manufacturer in the United States, has strengthened its portfolio of efficient cars with five recently introduced vehicles that offer an average combined fuel economy of 44 mpg.
These five new models arrive to market with Toyota already enjoying a 12-percent improvement in Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) and a 10-percent improvement in U.S. truck CAFE over the past five years. Toyota remains committed to a long-term plan to bring a portfolio of advanced technologies to market, including hybrid, battery electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles.
- 2012 Prius c (ranked 1st, 53 city, 46 hwy)
- 2012 Prius (ranked 2nd, 51 city, 48 hwy)
- 2012 Prius v (ranked 4th, 44 city, 40 hwy)
- Toyota Camry Hybrid LE (ranked 7th, 43 city, 39 hwy)
- Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE (ranked 8th, 40 city, 38 hwy)
- 2012 Scion iQ (ranked 10th, 36 city, 37 hwy)