What Is the 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid?
The 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid is a five-seat, full-size sedan that competes with the Chevrolet Impala, Ford Taurus and Hyundai Azera. Trim levels include the XLE Premium, XLE Touring and Limited. A gas-only version of the Avalon is covered separately.
What's New on the 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid?
The most notable update for the 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid is the addition of standard blind spot monitor on the XLE Touring trim level.
How Does the 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Compare to Other Sedans?
The Avalon is the only full-size sedan in its class to come in a hybrid version, and it's smooth, comfortable and easy to drive.
What Features in the 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Are Most Important?
The front-wheel-drive Avalon Hybrid comes powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine paired with an electric drive system for a total of 200 horsepower and a continuously variable automatic transmission. Significant standard features include heated side mirrors with turn-signal indicators, heated front seats, push-button start, leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, LED taillights and touch-screen CD stereo with MP3 jack, USB port and Bluetooth streaming audio.
Significant available features include automatic high-beam headlights, rain-sensing windshield wipers, power rear sunshade, high-intensity-discharge headlights with LED daytime running lights, perforated leather, heated rear seats, navigation system, Entune entertainment apps, power moonroof, ventilated front seats and tri-zone climate control.
As required in all new cars, all Avalons have front airbags, antilock brakes and an electronic stability system. The Avalon Hybrid comes with a standard backup camera. Available safety features include adaptive cruise control, a blind spot warning system with rear cross-traffic alert and a Pre-Collision System that cinches seat belts and optimizes braking force.
Should I Buy the 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid?
For shoppers looking for good ride quality with a quiet cabin and a luxurious interior, the Avalon Hybrid is for you. However, if you need less touchy controls and foldable rear seats for more space, you might look elsewhere.
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