Hybrids are pretty common now and it is safe to say that nearly every automaker has some sort of hybrid out on the market. Toyota has been and still continues to be the leader in hybrid vehicles, with the ever popular Prius and now expanding to the 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid. The hybrid model delivers two-thirds more fuel economy that the standard Avalon, as the 2016 Avalon Hybrid is rated at an estimated 40 city mpg and 39 highway mpg. The Avalon Hybrid has true cruising capability, with its 17-gallon tank it gives the Avalon an estimated 700 mile cruising range.
Just like the standard Avalon, the Avalon Hybrid features an attractive design that can be compared to luxury sedans. The interior features high-quality materials, a large variety of features and a comfortable and spacious interior. As standard, the Avalon Hybrid comes with keyless ignition and entry, leather upholstery and a power driver seat. The 2016 Avalon Hybrid has three available trims, XLE Plus, XLE Premium and Limited.
2016 Avalon Hybrid Engine and Performance Features
The 2016 Avalon Hybrid is powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that is paired with an electric motor that is fed by a trunk-mounted battery pack. Combined, the two are good for 200 horsepower and give the Avalon Hybrid its estimated 40 combined mpg. The 2016 Avalon Hybrid seems to be in a class of its own, as it seems that not many hybrid sedans can compete with the Avalon Hybrid. Give us a call at Heritage Toyota for more information on the 2016 Avalon Hybrid we are located in South Burlington, just 10 minutes from Burlington and over an hour from Plattsburgh, NY.