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2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid vs. Its Competition

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For the first time, the Camry Hybrid faces serious competition.

It comes from the Ford Fusion Hybrid, new in 2010, which achieves higher mileage ratings and offers all-electric running up to 47 mph, not to mention tighter handling.

The Fusion Hybrid receives rave reviews, and sells well enough to make it a neck-and-neck battle.

The Altima Hybrid, available only in certain states, is also a full hybrid; its mileage and performance are similar to the Camry Hybrid, but its better handling is offset by a little less interior space.

Buyers who do lots of high-speed mileage may want to consider the clean-diesel Mercedes-Benz E320 BlueTEC, which delivers 32 mpg highway-albeit at a much higher price.

Finally, the Toyota Prius was completely redesigned for 2010 as well, with a nicer interior and more optional features.

If you're OK with a hatchback and the Prius appearance, it's worth considering for its combined EPA rating of 50 mpg.

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The 2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid offers all the benefits of the well-known Camry sedan with Toyota's proven, reliable hybrid system to hit the market's sweet spot.
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The 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan swings to the masculine side of the pendulum and sharpens its driving appeal in the process.
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The 2011 Nissan Altima isn't quite as roomy as some mid-size rivals, but it's one of the sportiest-driving choices.
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51 mpg city! The 2011 Toyota Prius remains the highest-mileage hybrid on the market, but that doesn't get in the way of practicality or comfort.
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$26,150Browse Used ListingsN/ABrowse Used Listings$48,850Browse Used Listings$20,270Browse Used Listings$22,120Browse Used Listings
Gas Mileage    
33 MPG City / 34 MPG Hwy13 MPG City / 33 MPG Hwy18 MPG City / 33 MPG Hwy51 MPG City / 48 MPG Hwy
Gas/Electric I4N/AGas V6Gas I4Gas/Electric I4
EPA Class    
MidsizeN/ASubcompact CarsMidsizeMid-size
Style Name    
4-Door Sedan (SE)N/A2-Door Coupe E350 RWD4-Door Sedan I4 CVT 2.55-Door HB I (GS)
Front Wheel DriveN/ARear Wheel DriveFront Wheel DriveFront Wheel Drive
Passenger Capacity    
Passenger Doors    
Body Style    
4 Door SedanN/A2 Door Coupe4 Door Sedan5 Door Liftback
Continuously VariableN/AAutomatic w/ODContinuously VariableCVT
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