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.


MODEL EPA HWY RATING

4-CYL. CAMRY 31 mpg
CAMRY HYBRID 34 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