All-New Toyota Avalon Hybrid Design Upgrades Power, Performance and MPG Specs

By Product Expert | Posted in New Toyota Models, Toyota Avalon on Friday, May 18th, 2018 at 3:21 pm
White and Amber 2019 Toyota Avalon Models Parked in a Parking Structure

What Are the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Fuel-Economy Ratings?

Luxury and fuel-efficient performance come together in the perfect marriage when you opt for the all-new 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid. A highlight of the next-generation 2019 Toyota Avalon lineup, the hybrid variant has many car shoppers asking – what are the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid fuel-economy ratings? With a new-and-improved Toyota Hybrid System II powertrain under the hood, the Avalon Hybrid will improve power and performance and still earn 44 mpg combined. Learn more about the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid at Downeast Toyota!


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Toyota Avalon Hybrid Power and Performance Specs

Expected to arrive at Downeast Toyota in May 2018, the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid promises the perfect combination of power and fuel economy in a large luxury sedan. All-new hybrid variants feature a Toyota Hybrid System II powertrain that marries a 2.5-liter Dynamic Force four-cylinder engine with Toyota D-4S fuel injection to dual high-torque electric motors to make 215 horsepower. Equipped with a Continuously Variable Transmission that features Sequential Shiftmatic technology and Sport Mode, the Toyota Avalon Hybrid will achieve 43 mpg in the city and 44 mpg on the highway.

Opulent Amber 2019 Toyota Avalon Limited Hybrid Front Grille Parked in a Driveway
2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Steering Wheel, Dashboard and Toyota Entune 3.0 Touchscreen

What Are the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Trim Levels and Prices?

When the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid arrives at dealerships, it will be available in three premium trim levels – XLE, XSE and Limited – that will start at just $36,500. Armed with Toyota New Global Architecture, the hybrid Toyota Avalon puts an emphasis on athleticism with a bold style that will endear the Toyota sedan to automotive connoisseurs. Take a closer look at Toyota Avalon Hybrid trim levels below.

Toyota Avalon XLE Hybrid – $36,500 

Drivers who opt for the entry-level Toyota Avalon XLE Hybrid will enjoy a wealth of impressive features. Highlights include 17-inch alloy wheels, chrome exterior accents, LED reflector headlights, Toyota SofTex® luxury interior, heated front seats, Toyota Safety Sense™ and a 9-inch Toyota Entune™ 3.0 touchscreen display with Apple CarPlay and onboard Wi-Fi.

Toyota Avalon XSE Hybrid – $39,000 

Amp up your drive and style when you slide into the driver’s seat of the Toyota Avalon XSE Hybrid. The sport-tuned Avalon Hybrid features dark gray 18-inch alloy wheels, a Piano Black sport mesh grille, a Piano Black rear spoiler, Piano Black exterior accents, a power moonroof, aluminum interior accents, Toyota SofTex® and Ultrasuede® interior, heated seats and Toyota Entune™ 3.0. 

Toyota Avalon Limited Hybrid – $42,800 

The Toyota Avalon Limited Hybrid promises opulent luxury and head-turning style everywhere you look with a smorgasbord of standard fixtures. Features you will enjoy include 18-inch chrome alloy wheels, chrome exterior accents, dynamic LED taillights, genuine wood trim, a 10-inch Head-Up Display, Nappa leather interior, heated front and rear seats and a 14-speaker JBL® sound system. 


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Are you interested in a luxurious, fuel-efficient sedan? Look no further than the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid at Downeast Toyota – set to arrive this summer. If you are drawn to world-class performance, you may have asked – what are the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid fuel-economy ratings? Visit the Downeast Toyota inventory this summer and find out firsthand!

One Response to “All-New Toyota Avalon Hybrid Design Upgrades Power, Performance and MPG Specs”

  1. Robert Riley says:

    I have a 2019 toyota avalon hybrid limited, at first I was disappointed to find it had only a 13 gallon tank but the gas mpg that I was getting made up the dif. The gas mpg was ranging from 40 mpg in the winter to 47 mpg or better during the summer. With the 17.5 gallon tank my 2016 hybrid had I ranged well over 700 miles on a tank! The kicker is, that it takes less time to fill the tank because it’s construction is slightly different where it was hard to fill the 17.5 gallon tank for some reason?

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