Much has changed this year for the Toyota Avalon lineup, and the model that sums up that change the best is the 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid. By fitting its Hybrid Synergy Drive system that's already used throughout the Toyota Prius models, as well as on the Camry Hybrid and others, Toyota has enabled a very impressive 40 miles per gallon EPA Combined fuel economy rating for this spacious, comfortable, and quiet sedan.
The standard Avalon is somewhat better-than-average in fuel-efficiency among large V-6 sedans, at 21 mpg city, 31 highway, but those wanting top fuel economy should skip right to the Avalon Hybrid and its phenomenally good EPA ratings of 40 mpg city and 39 highway. To the point, the 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid, 40 miles per gallon has never been so serene.
The comfort and quiet, and the hints of luxury throughout, of the previous Avalon have been carried over to the 2013 Avalon lineup, but nearly everything else has changed. Design-wise, the new Avalon is hardly extroverted,...
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