The good news for Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. is its new Camry Hybrid has been awarded the maximum five stars by the Australian government's green-vehicle guide. It is the first domestically built vehicle to garner the top score from the guide, designed to help consumers by rating new Australian vehicles based on greenhouse-gas and air-pollution emissions. The hybrid boasts carbon-dioxide emissions of 142 g/km and fuel economy of 39.2 mpg (6 L/100 km). The bad news is Toyota ...
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