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Sales hopes as Camry hits top operating costs slot

CLASS-leading operating costs are expected to help Toyota's new Camry achieve a dramatic improvement in fleet sales next year. Top placing in an independent audit of wholelife costs has boosted the company's hope that its totally reworked executive model will make significant gains.

According to David Henley Systems, the 2.2-litre Camry's pence per mile figure gives it leadership in its market segment. At 28.02p over three years, the £18,989 car is placed comfortably ahead of the Mercedes E200 2.0i Classic and the Honda Accord ES 2.0. And at 36.55 pence per mile, the £23,999 V6 powered automatic version is also listed as overtaking the prestige German firm's E289 2.8i Classic Auto and the Vauxhall Omega 2.5i V6 24v CD Auto.

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