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2007 Camry Hybrid Avoids Camry Price Increase

December 26, 2006

TORRANCE, CA – Toyota announced a $200 or 0.9-percent price hike for the Camry mid-size sedan. However, Toyota has decided not to carry over the Camry price increase to the Camry Hybrid, according to the Web site The Camry Hybrid, Toyota’s second best-selling hybrid vehicle after the Prius, will maintain a base MSRP of $25,900 into 2007. Since its arrival in showrooms this past May, Camry Hybrid has sold 27,336 units as of the end of November. The Camry Hybrid currently qualifies for a federal tax credit of $1,300.
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