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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.

$42,600 as shown1
Avalon Hybrid
$37,300 starting msrp1
$42,600 as shown
40/39 est. mpg2
The new Avalon Hybrid full-size sedan, offered in three models that combine technology with luxury and comfort with spaciousness.
$27,995 as shown1
Camry Hybrid
$26,790 starting msrp1
$27,995 as shown
42/38 est. mpg2
Discover all the features of the new Toyota Camry Hybrid and find your ideal mid-size car at a Toyota dealership near you.
$32,115 as shown1
$23,475 starting msrp1
$32,115 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
Roomy and versatile, the eco-friendly Prius v gives you more of what you want, including space for everyone and the latest technology.
$25,265 as shown1
Prius c
$20,150 starting msrp1
$25,265 as shown
48/43 est. mpg2
Tooling around town has never been so fun. With its city-friendly size and an EPA-estimated 53 city mpg rating, the hybrid hatchback car offers the highest city mpg of any vehicle without a plug.
$27,100 as shown1
Prius Prime
$27,100 starting msrp1
$27,100 as shown
54/133 est. mpg2
Prius Prime helps you maximize your efficiency. With more battery capacity and a more powerful electric motor, you won't have to worry about going out of range.