June 10, 2008 - Torrance, CA - Through advances in engine design and hybrid technology, Toyota has a wide selection of fuel-sipping cars and the best overall average fuel economy of any full-line manufacturer.*

With gas prices at an all-time high, Toyota has seven models with EPA-rated highway fuel economy of 30 miles per gallon (mpg) or higher such as the four-cylinder Camry, Camry Hybrid (counted as separate model), Solara, Corolla, Matrix, Yaris and Prius. America's favorite hybrid, the Toyota Prius, is the company's highest-mileage vehicle with an EPA highway rating of 45 mpg.

With the addition of the fuel-efficient Scion xD model, the total number increases to eight models.

Among the technological advances contributing to Toyota's fuel economy numbers are Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive®, variable valve timing with intelligence (VVT-i), improvements in fuel injection technology, Toyota's drive by wire system, transmission enhancements and lighter weight vehicle materials.


4-CYL. CAMRY 31 mpg
SOLARA 31 mpg
COROLLA 35 to 37 mpg
MATRIX 31 to 33 mpg
YARIS 35 to 36 mpg
PRIUS 45 mpg
SCION xD 32 to 33 mpg