Benefits of Hybrid Vehicles

Why Choose a Toyota Hybrid Model?

Benefits of Hybrid Vehicles in Bradenton, FL

There’s no denying that Toyota vehicles are a work of art. With this brand’s commitment to craftsmanship, technology and safety, it has earned a strong reputation and continues to uphold that reputation with its 2023 (and 2024) lineup.

Are you looking to reduce your carbon footprint? Toyota offers a great selection of hybrid, plug-in hybrid and all-electric vehicles for you to choose from. To make it easy, the team at Gettel Toyota of Bradenton has put together a guide to help our customers learn about the benefits of choosing a hybrid or plug-in hybrid vehicle. We’re also excited to share our extensive lineup — including models that will be released soon.

Get to Know Our Diverse Toyota Hybrid Lineup

What are the benefits of driving a Toyota hybrid vehicle?

Fuel Efficiency

Toyota has a great selection of Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEVs) and Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (SULEVs). The 2023 Toyota Camry LE Hybrid, considered a SULEV, offers an exceptional EPA-estimated rating of up to 52 mpg combined.1 This means that drivers can enjoy a smooth, efficient ride while also helping the environment with reduced emissions. By opting for fuel-efficient vehicles like the Toyota Camry LE Hybrid, drivers can save money on gas while doing their part for the planet.

Tax Incentives

Choosing a hybrid or an all-electric Toyota vehicle may lead to extra perks you wouldn’t get with a traditional gas-powered car. The government provides tax incentives on certain models to encourage drivers to make the switch to an electrified vehicle. By upgrading to a qualifying hybrid, plug-in hybrid or all-electric vehicle, drivers can save even more!

Thinking about switching to a hybrid? Learn more about the incentives available in your state by visiting the Alternative Fuels Data Center .

Long-Term Savings

Hybrid vehicles come equipped with one or more electric motors and a gas-powered engine. These components work together to ensure your Toyota runs efficiently. This helps drivers save money on fuel in the long run.

Toyota Hybrid and All-Electric FAQs

Is a hybrid vehicle more expensive than a gas-powered vehicle?

When considering whether to purchase a hybrid, plug-in hybrid or an all-electric Toyota model, it’s important to look beyond the MSRP and evaluate all costs associated with ownership. For example, when comparing a completely gas-powered car to a hybrid, you’re sure to benefit from reduced fuel costs with a hybrid vehicle.

What is regenerative braking?

Toyota hybrid and all-electric cars feature regenerative braking. This helps to keep energy from being wasted. When the brakes are applied, the kinetic energy created from braking is turned into electricity and sent to the battery. Regenerative braking helps keep your vehicle’s battery charged and improves range and efficiency.

How and where do I charge my car?

You’ll need to charge your car if you drive a plug-in hybrid or an all-electric vehicle. You can charge your electrified Toyota at home or on the go. You can have an at-home charging station installed in your garage. Plus, many public EV charging stations are already available all over the country. To charge your vehicle at a public station, you just need to swipe your card (unless it’s a free charging station) and plug in.

How long does it take to charge my car’s battery?

There are a few factors that can influence your vehicle’s charge time. We suggest you revisit your vehicle’s technical specifications for estimated charge times.

What’s the warranty on my new 2023 Toyota hybrid or all-electric vehicle?

There are several warranties that come with your new Toyota model. Each Toyota has a Basic Warranty (36 months/36,000 miles) and a Powertrain Warranty (60 months/60,000 miles).2 Toyota hybrid and plug-in hybrid models come with a Hybrid Systems warranty (96 months/100,000 miles)3 and a Hybrid Battery warranty (120 months/150,000 miles).4

As for all-electric models, drivers are covered by the Toyota Electric Vehicle Drive Components Warranty (96 months/100,000 miles).5

Explore the Toyota Hybrid and All-Electric Lineup

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Highlander Hybrid

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Prius Prime

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Corolla Cross Hybrid

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RAV4 Hybrid

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Tundra i-FORCE MAX

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Grand Highlander Hybrid

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There are many benefits to choosing a new Toyota hybrid or plug-in hybrid vehicle. If you’d like to learn more about our hybrid inventory or would like to take a test drive, feel free to contact us directly or stop by Gettel Toyota of Bradenton, located at 6323 14th St. W., Bradenton, FL 34207 . We look forward to serving customers from Sarasota and Venice.

1EPA-estimated 28 city/39 hwy/32 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry LE, SE and SE Nightshade Edition; 27 city/38 hwy/31 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry XLE 4-Cylinder and XSE 4-Cylinder; 22 city/33 hwy/26 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry XLE V6; 22 city/32 hwy/26 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry XSE V6; 21 city/31 hwy/25 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry TRD; 51 city/53 hwy/52 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry LE Hybrid; and 44 city/47 hwy/46 combined mpg rating for 2023 Camry SE Hybrid, XLE Hybrid and XSE Hybrid. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See As of 9/13/2023.

2For information regarding the Federal and California Emission Control Warranties, and Tire Limited Warranties, please see the applicable Warranty and Maintenance Guide. Emission coverages vary under Federal and California regulations.

3Date and mileage limitations refer to whichever occurs first from the date of purchase. Warranty coverage is subject to other terms and conditions. Refer to applicable Warranty and Maintenance Guide for full details.

4For Toyota hybrid, plug-in hybrid, fuel cell and battery electric vehicles beginning model year 2020, the hybrid (HV) battery is covered for 10 years from date of first use or 150,000 miles, whichever comes first. Coverage is subject to the terms and conditions of your New Vehicle Limited Warranty. See Owner’s Warranty and Maintenance Guide for details.

5The Electric Vehicle Drive Components Warranty (transaxle, traction battery, inverter with converter) is in effect for 8 years or 100,000 miles from the new vehicle purchase/lease date, whichever comes first. Warranty coverage is subject to other terms and conditions. Refer to applicable Warranty and Maintenance Guide for full details.