TOKYO, March 28 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. has priced its new Camry hybrid -- a gasoline-electric version of America's most popular car -- at $25,900, around $5,000 cheaper than rival Honda Motor Co.'s Accord hybrid. A direct comparison is difficult because the cars have different engine sizes and standard features, but the gasoline version of the Camry and Accord sedans compete in the same segment. Both Japanese auto makers, which lead the industry in the advanced fuel-efficient ...
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