2018 Camry Hybrid Cost of Ownership

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2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid

America’s premiere midsize family sedan is a perennial classic. But that doesn’t mean Camry has been resting on its laurels. While it may be hard to imagine improving on this consumer-favorite car, Camry Hybrid does just that. We’ve taken everything you love about Camry, and make it bolder, better—and more fuel efficient.

From a sleek, seductive new exterior, to a lower, more athletic stance that doesn’t sacrifice on interior headroom, Toyota Camry Hybrid gets your heart pumping before you ever push the ignition button. And that’s just the beginning. On the road, new double wishbone suspension makes for even better handling and a smoother ride. And thanks to our proven Hybrid Synergy Drive®, Toyota Camry Hybrid manages to improve on apparent perfection by boosting gas mileage into the stratosphere.

For example, the 2018 Camry Hybrid LE gives you the best fuel economy of any Camry to date, with a remarkable EPA-estimated 52 mpg combined. Of course, you also get Toyota Safety Sense-P; a sophisticated suite of features designed to enhance driver, passenger, and pedestrian safety using advanced, active safety technologies. Let’s go places!

2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid Cost of Ownership

The true cost of owning Camry Hybrid—or any of its competitors, for that matter—is not necessarily reflected in the vehicle’s sticker price. Cost of ownership is a more practical assessment of the actual projected costs associated with owning—as well as driving and maintaining—a new vehicle.

Depreciation, taxes, fuel costs, repair and maintenance costs, and other factors all play a role in determining how much you’ll really pay over five years to own, insure and operate your vehicle. According to independent projections, the true cost of Camry Hybrid is relatively modest.

2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid Cost

2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid LE: $27,800 MSRP.
2018 Camry Hybrid SE: $29,500 MSRP.
2018 Camry Hybrid XLE: $32,250.