Toyota has announced the price of its 2012 Camry Hybrid, along with some performance details about the new vehicle. We noted earlier this year that the manufacturer was having a strong year of Camry sales in relation to other green cars.
The base model 2012 Camry Hybrid is set to be priced at $25,900, roughly $1,000 less than the 2011 model. For those looking to spend a little more, the premium model has been priced at $27,400, a decrease of $800 from last year’s model.
Equipped with the company’s Hybrid Synergy Drive powertrain, the new Camry features a four-cylinder, 2.5 liter engine that can produce 200 horsepower along with the V6 engine, and has a combined fuel economy of 41 miles per gallon.
Toyota’s luxury brand Lexus has started releasing its hybrid pricing as well, including the CT 200h and the HS 250h. All in all, news about hybrids has been decent this year, especially with a new study that we covered that concluded new cars have an average fuel economy of over 30 miles per gallon on average.