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Toyota’s Fuel & Gas Efficient Cars

When it comes to fuel efficient cars, Toyota has many to choose from– all featuring over 30 MPG Highway Estimate. Camry features an estimated 35 highway MPG and also comes equipped with a best-in-class ten standard airbag system and more. Another new gas efficient car from Toyota is the legendary Corolla, with its estimated 37 highway MPG, an interior that begs to be admired and an ideal blend of comfort, value and safety. Yaris offers an impressive 37 highway MPG, not to mention a spirited performance and fresh new lines. Last but not least, Prius is a fuel efficient hybrid that comes in trim levels and has an EPA-estimated combined 50 MPG rating. Be sure to browse our fuel efficient SUVs and crossovers.

$33,820 as shown1
$23,070 starting msrp1
$33,820 as shown
25/35 est. mpg2
Camry is available with a fuel-efficient 4-cylinder engine that gets an EPA-estimated 25 city / 35 highway MPG rating, or as a hybrid, which gets an EPA-estimated 43/39 MPG rating.
$17,370 as shown1
$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.
$19,365 as shown1
$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 along with excellent fuel economy.
$34,720 as shown1
$24,200 starting msrp1
$34,720 as shown
51/48 est. mpg2
With the hybrid that started it all, you’ll get a mid-size car with great gas mileage, innovative technology and room for everyone.
$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
43/39 est. mpg2
Roomy and versatile, the Prius v gives you more of what you want, including space for everyone and the latest technology – plus the incredible fuel economy of the world’s most iconic hybrid.
$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.