/2015 Toyota Avalon vs 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid
2015 Toyota Avalon vs 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid
Drivers craving a luxurious vehicle that keeps in mind its impact on the environment are in luck with the vehicles offered at Hesser Toyota. The dealership is comparing the 2015 Toyota Avalon vs 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid to give drivers an idea of how the vehicles compare in amenities and performance offerings.
The 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid is the Avalon’s greener sibling. Earning an estimated 40 mpg city and 39 mpg highway, the Avalon Hybrid is able to deliver exceptional sophistication inside its cabin while creating a performance that keeps the environment in mind. Offering 102.3 cubic feet of passenger space for travelers and 14.0 cubic feet of cargo volume in its trunk for storage, the Avalon Hybrid is able to keep the cabin reserved for passenger comfort. Starting at $36,470 MSRP, the Avalon Hybrid’s price reflects the vehicle’s dedication to luxury.
When Toyota introduced the Avalon to its lineup, drivers knew the automaker was planning some major upgrades. The vehicle is now offered in standard and hybrid models to bring efficiency, power and sophistication to Toyota drivers.
The 2015 Toyota Avalon may not be equipped with the Toyota Hybrid Synergy Drive system, but it still manages an impressive performance resulting in an estimated 31 mpg highway fuel economy. Starting at an MSRP of $32,285, the Avalon is slightly more affordable than its hybrid counterpart. The vehicle also offers 103.6 cubic feet of passenger space and 16.0 cubic feet of cargo volume, which is slightly more than the hybrid model’s offerings. Either Avalon model delivers efficiency and luxury, however, which means drivers won’t have to make any sacrifices to get the balanced ride they desire. To schedule a test drive, contact the team at Hesser Toyota today.