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2016 & 2017 New Toyota Hybrid Cars

From the harmonious Prius Family of vehicles, to the Camry Hybrid with its 43 MPG highway rating, to the intelligent elegance of the Avalon Hybrid– our hybrid cars are changing the way you drive. Take a look inside Avalon, featuring a Smart Key System with Push Button Start, 17-inch alloy wheels and leather-trimmed multi-stage heated front seats. Or take the new Camry Hybrid for a spin and discover features like the noise-reducing front windshield, dual zone automatic climate control. Of course the Prius is available in four different models and is a new hybrid car - one reason for its EPA-estimated combined 50 MPG rating.

$41,950 as shown1
Avalon Hybrid
$36,650 starting msrp1
$41,950 as shown
40/39 est. mpg2
The new Avalon Hybrid, offered in two trim levels that combine technology with luxury and comfort with spaciousness. Travel Avalon Hybrid Class.
$27,995 as shown1
Camry Hybrid
$26,790 starting msrp1
$27,995 as shown
43/39 est. mpg2
Camry Hybrid 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.
$32,100 as shown1
$24,200 starting msrp1
$32,100 as shown
54/50 est. mpg2
Drive more. Fill up less. With the hybrid that started it all, you’ll get a compact car with great gas mileage, innovative technology and room for everyone.
$34,270 as shown1
Prius v
$26,675 starting msrp1
$34,270 as shown
43/39 est. mpg2
More room for everyone – and everything. The Prius v gives you seating for 5 and a full 34.3 cu. ft. of cargo space 8 – more cargo space than that of most small SUVs.
$24,495 as shown1
Prius c
$19,560 starting msrp1
$24,495 as shown
53/46 est. mpg2
Tooling around town has never been so fun. 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.