35 MPG Hwy! 42 MPG hwy !! (that's the TV commercial numbers) No, more like 27 MPG combined, 32 MPG combined respectively (for conventionals) Far as I'm concerned, the EPA can just put one fuel economy figure - combined FE and drop the city and hwy FE figures off new car window stickers, charts. People see a Camry LE, cheaper than a Prius, 33 MPG hwy ... maybe 'we'll' get that. Wrong, you're going to see the 26 combined at the pump, unless you're on the highway all day. Do they really need to know highway fuel economy? No. Just figure it will be better than the combined and city driving only will be worse. Simple.