The Camry hybrid isn’t exactly good value when you consider the fact that it’s over Rs 5 lakh more than the regular Toyota Camry. However, the hybrid model still accounts for majority of the Camry sales here in India.
Toyota India has made it official that as much as 90 per cent of the demand for the Camry is for the eco-friendly hybrid model. Between January and April 2016, the brand sold 419 units of the Camry hybrid. As for the regular petrol-powered model, the brand sold just 44 units during the same period.
The Camry hybrid is being assembled in India since August 2013. Now although the market for hybrid cars in India is currently pretty bleak, the Camry hybrid would see some competition with the impending launch of a few other hybrid models like the Honda Accord hybrid, the Nissan X-trail hybrid and the VW Passat GTE.