Avalon Hybrid Cost of Ownership

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Toyota Avalon Hybrid 2017

Driving Avalon Hybrid is a refined, rewarding experience. Classic lines signal understated elegance and uncompromising luxury. But Avalon Hybrid gives you more than just an attractive exterior and a roomy, comfortable cabin loaded with technology. Most sedans sacrifice gas mileage for space. Avalon Hybrid makes no such compromises.

You might be surprised, for instance, to learn that our proven Hybrid Synergy Drive® System delivers an EPA-estimated 40 mpg combined, whether Avalon Hybrid is whisking you around town—or across the country. Avalon Hybrid’s Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (SULEV) rating means you can rest assured you’re doing your part for the environment even as you’re revving the engine.

Unlike some close competitors, Toyota Avalon Hybrid gives you sun/moonroof standard. You also get the advanced safety features drivers have come to expect from Toyota. Toyota Safety Sense™ P, for example, is a suite of sophisticated features designed around the premise that crash protection begins with crash prevention. The system harnesses cutting-edge technologies to enhance driver, passenger, and pedestrian safety, and includes pre-collision warning, active braking, and steering assist under certain emergency conditions. Together, these features help enhance safety on the road, so you can spend more time enjoying the journey in comfort and style.

Toyota Avalon Hybrid Cost of Ownership

When it comes to assessing the cost of a new vehicle, sticker price is a mere starting point. Actual cost of ownership is something altogether different. Cost of ownership takes into account the real-world expenses associated with actually operating and maintaining your beautiful new vehicle for at least five years. It accounts for inevitable costs, such as depreciation, maintenance and repair costs, state taxes, and even factors such as gas mileage and cost of insurance.

When these “hidden” costs have all been tallied, some vehicles emerge as far better bargains than initial sticker price might appear to suggest. Independent estimates vary, but in the long run, Toyota Avalon Hybrid is expected to cost less to own and operate than several of its closest competitors.

Toyota Avalon Hybrid Cost

2018 Toyota Avalon Hybrid XLE Plus: $37,500.
2018 Toyota Avalon Hybrid XLE Premium: $38,950.
2018 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited: $42,800 MSRP.