2013 Toyota Avalon HybridDoug Ryan - Wickenburg, AZ04/07/2017
I've put on 15,000 miles on my Avalon Hybrid in 4 months doing both urban driving and highway driving between LA and Phoenix. I'm averaging 44 mpg all-around, and the car has abundant passing power when the Eco button is released. The cabin is quiet, and I drive in comfort and safety. My only negative comment is the front seats could be better; I've seen better front seats in a 2004 Camry. At first I experienced seat discomfort and fatigue but my body got used to it. I drive from Phoenix to LA in 6 hours, and I can handle the drive after getting used to the seats. I love the car and I plan on staying with Avalon as long as they deliver a package with power, mileage, comfort, and reliability like the one I have now.
2013 Toyota Avalon HybridRoland Moore - Garden Grove, CA07/14/2016
It has all the accesories you could want and they all work!
Lots of goodies, but not nice ride of older Avalon
2015 Toyota Avalon Hybridbob johnson - Denver, NC06/16/2016
Recommend if you like bells and whistles. Not if you want a cushy ride.
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