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Toyota has priced its new Camry hybrid nearly $5000 less than the Honda Accord hybrid, leading some (ahem, Reuters) to indicate that Toyota has undercut its closest rival. The Camry will start at $25,900, or around $5,000 cheaper than the Accord hybrid. Reuters notes that it's not a direct comparison, considering the Accord has a 253-hp V6 with a mild hybrid system, while the Camry will get a far less powerful 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and full-hybrid system. Still, the comparison is important, says Mr. Reuters, because they're both competing in the same segment, though for totally different buyers. That's so interesting, we just read the exact same story in the Completely Irrelevant Post. [Thanks to Denis for the tip.]

Toyota prices Camry hybrid below Honda model [Reuters]

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