If you want more class with your efficiency and the Prius just isn’t your cup of tea, consider switching your green drive to the 2014 Toyota Avalon hybrid. Keeping up with other vehicles in its class, the 2014 Toyota Avalon hybrid fuel economy shows that it’s possible to possess sophistication and fuel consciousness in one car.
2014 Toyota Avalon hybrid fuel economy
Meticulous detail went into the design of the 2014 Toyota Avalon. Handcrafted to perfection, the vehicle boasts standard leather-trimmed seats, French stitching, and a suite of impressive tech features made to add ease to each driver’s time on the road. The Avalon hybrid’s exterior is also designed to leave a lasting impression on other drivers and passersby, but it is also specially sculpted to reduce wind resistance for a more efficient performance.
Running on Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive and the Electronically controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (ECVT), the Avalon hybrid surpasses the fuel economy of most compact cars. Earning an EPA-estimated 40 combined mpg and a 39 mpg highway fuel economy, the Avalon hybrid proves that efficiency and style aren’t mutually exclusive.
Drivers are able to monitor their performances with the vehicle’s Multi-Information Display. With access to the vehicle’s average fuel economy and energy usage, drivers become more conscious of their performance to increase efficiency and shed wasteful driving practices.