Ch-Ch-Changes: Toyota Knocks $1,000 Off 2008 Camry Hybrid

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The best-selling car in America remains vastly unchanged for 2008, but hybrid buyers will save $1,000 over the 2007 model. The Toyota Camry underwent a complete redesign for the 2007 model year, and the car has continued to dominate the midsize sedan market. A hybrid version will continue to be available for 2008 and will start $1,000 less than the ’07 model. The 2008 MSRP will be $25,200, not including a $620 destination charge. The 2008 gasoline-powered version sees a $100 price increase, which is a normal adjustment for year to year model changes that aren’t significant.

The 2008 Camry and Camry Hybrid will arrive at dealers later this month.

Source: Toyota

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