2016 Toyota Cars Avalon Hybrid

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Luxury and environmental friendliness. Two things that Seattle-area residents can get enthusiastic about. So, we should all be getting enthusiastic about the 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid.

Every bit as luxurious and sleek as the gasoline-powered 2013 Toyota Avalon, the hybrid version is perfect for the sophisticated lover of nature, those who want to make a statement without stopping at the gas station every other day, and roomy sedan that doesn’t require a huge deposits at the gas station all the time.

Find out more about the 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid HERE.

According to this article, “Recently revamped with a stylish body and new features, the five-door Avalon now also has an impressive, fuel-sipping, gasoline-electric hybrid model. Not only does the Avalon Hybrid provide comfortable seating for five, with a roomy back seat, the new hybrid is rated by the federal government at 40 miles per gallon in city driving and 39 mpg on the highway — the best of any Avalon ever.”

While people may expect the hybrid Avalon to cost much more than the standard model, it is actually only about $3,500 more. Depending on your driving habits up and down I-5, upgrading to the hybrid could save you that much in gas in a very short amount of time!

Not only that, but it also comes standard with an impressive array of technology:

  • power moonroof,
  • leather-trimmed seats,
  • heated and power-adjustable front seats,
  • rearview camera,
  • dual-zone automatic climate control,
  • eight-speaker audio system,
  • 6.1-inch display screen,
  • Bluetooth hands-free phone controls,
  • push-button start,
  • keyless remote entry and
  • leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • 10 airbags

The 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid keeps true to what Avalons may be most known for: space. It provides more than 42 inches in legroom for the front passenger and 39 inches for backseat passengers. The trunk may be smaller than the gasoline-powered Avalon (to make room for the battery), but the Avalon Hybrid’s trunk is by in large much bigger than the trunks of most other hybrids.

All of this space may make the 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid a great choice for families who are looking for a sedan with lots of space and want to save money at the gas pump (or at least not go to the gas pump as often due to its 600 mile range).

Stop by Burien Toyota today to take the 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid for a test drive!

From The Detroit News.

*Prices shown are Toyota Cars suggested retail prices only, and do not include taxes or license. Actual vehicle/accessory costs, labor and installation vary. Dealers set their own prices. Please consult your selected dealer.
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