While practically every irritable commuter complains about the price of fuel, most are not willing to pay an up-front premium for the fuel-efficiency and peace-of-mind that come standard with Hybrid ownership. That is slowly changing as the technology is constantly improving and the initial price of ownership is decreasing.
Within the Hybrid market, perhaps the most competitive class is that of the family sedan. They may not be as powerful and/or enticing for some as, say, a premium SUV, but they are far more common. While hardly the most exciting vehicle in the parking lot, the Camry has found a home in hearts and driveways of millions of Americans over the years, thanks to it's reputation for quality and reliability.
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