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2016 New Cars

From the sporty Yaris, Corolla to the iconic Prius, legendary Camry and luxurious Avalon, you'll find a new Toyota car that’s a perfect fit. The Yaris is a new car that has an EPA-estimated 37 highway mpg rating . The all new Corolla has a stylish exterior, premium interior with upgraded features, not to mention enough technology to satisfy your entire network. Or get to know, Prius, a hybrid car. If you want legendary efficiency, reliability and power, Toyota Camry is a new vehicle that delivers. Or travel Avalon class and get a quiet, spacious interior, and a smooth, responsive ride.

$37,050 as shown1
Avalon
$32,650 starting msrp1
$37,050 as shown
21/31 est. mpg2
The new Avalon, available in 7 models, combines technology with luxury and comfort with spaciousness. Travel Avalon Class.
$33,820 as shown1
Camry
$23,070 starting msrp1
$33,820 as shown
25/35 est. mpg2
Camry has been the best-selling car in America for 11 of the last 12 years, with seating for five, and available 4-cylinder, V6, and hybrid engines.
$19,365 as shown1
Corolla
$17,300 starting msrp1
$19,365 as shown
28/37 est. mpg2
Corolla is known for Toyota quality and real value. All five trim levels offer a smooth, quiet ride.
$17,370 as shown1
Yaris
$14,895 starting msrp1
$17,370 as shown
30/37 est. mpg2
Yaris is Toyota's most affordable car. It's offered in a 3-door or 5-door Liftback with room for all of your friends.
$32,100 as shown1
Prius
$24,200 starting msrp1
$32,100 as shown
54/50 est. mpg2
The hybrid that started it all. Now available in four amazing models – the Toyota Prius combines stylish design with innovative features and true fuel efficiency for a car that’s unlike any other.
$24,495 as shown1
Prius c
$19,560 starting msrp1
$24,495 as shown
53/46 est. mpg2
With its city-friendly size and an EPA-estimated 53 city mpg rating, the Toyota Prius c offers the highest city mpg of any vehicle without a plug.
$34,270 as shown1
Prius v
$26,675 starting msrp1
$34,270 as shown
44/40 est. mpg2
The Prius v combines remarkable versatility with exceptional gas mileage and super-low emissions.
$27,995 as shown1
Camry Hybrid
$26,790 starting msrp1
$27,995 as shown
43/39 est. mpg2
Camry has been the best-selling car in America for 11 of the last 12 years, with seating for five, and available 4-cylinder, V6, and hybrid engines.
$41,950 as shown1
Avalon Hybrid
$36,650 starting msrp1
$41,950 as shown
40/39 est. mpg2
The new Avalon, offered in two trim levels that combine technology with luxury and comfort with spaciousness. Travel Avalon Class.