2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid
It's worth noting though that most estimates predict that the hybrid versions of each vehicle depreciate heavier than the non-hybrids--a sign of consumers lacking confidence in battery life, perhaps?
As ever, we'd stress that these are only guideline figures--it's impossible to take into account all ownership costs, individual driving styles, and whether you have a special handshake that gets you money off the MSRP at your local dealer.
Still, the writing is on the wall: if you pick the right hybrid, it's not only the greener choice, but could save you a lot of money over five years. And if gas prices keep rising the way they have been, then expect that hybrid to be even more valuable over the next few years...