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The best car ever!! and i have owned a bunch

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Vehicle: 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

I absolutely love driving this car. It is my sporty, luxury and best of all economical ride. I own 3 other Toyota products, a 2007 Lexus, 1999 4-Runner, and a 2011 Camry. But the Avalon is my favorite. Smooth quiet ride that holds the road while getting in and out of traffic without drinking gallons of gas. My Touring class has all the bells and whistles which makes a distraction-free and safe ride. The feature that has me wondering how I drove without it all these years is the Blind Spot Monitoring system. It is the absolute best technology ever. Thanks Toyota for the 2013 Avalon Hybrid. A great solid piece of machinery that's fun to operate and easy on the purse strings. Bravo!!




Great car and priced right

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Vehicle: 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

hybrids trade-in value not as good as expected but i enjoyed the car.




Luxury gas saver

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Vehicle: 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

I've had many toyotas. They are ultra reliable. Love the looks of the avalon hybrid and averages 39 MPG. The only drawback is the rough ride. This is supposed to be corrected on the 2016's



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Great car....great fuel economy

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Vehicle: 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

Owed our Avalon Hybrid for a little over 2 years. Quiet, comfortable, and great road manners. Acceleration could be better, but our last car was a Mercedes E class. It was fast, but got about half the miles per gallon that the Avalon gets. No problems in two years and I don't expect any. We owned a 2000 Avalon and drove it 140,000 miles with one $250 repair. Our new Avalon averages 38 mpg in local driving in the summer. About 4 less in the winter. Highway driving averages about 42 mpg. Couldn't be happier with our Avalon.




Great car ! minor concerns

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Vehicle: 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

Purchased my 2013 Limited Hybrid in December. Now have a little over 9k miles. The mpg is definitely as advertised. It gets better after the break in period. Just did a round trip from New Jersey to Boston and averaged 40.5 mpg. The controls on the dashboard are extremely sensitive. It takes some getting used to. Over a period of time I learned to adapt.As others have stated, the ride can be a little harsh. However, this does not diminish my overall satisfaction with the vehicle. I would highly recommend it. Going into my third year I feel it is still a great car. Nearing 30k miles. MPG is diminished by the cold weather gas mix here in New Jersey by about 8 to 10%. However, it is still very good. No issues mechanically.



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Fantastic car - one year update

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Vehicle: 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

After owning this car for one year and 16,000 miles I I must say it is the best car I have owned. I have owned many cars. Among them Corvette, Lexus, Mercedes, and several BMW's and although each has their own claim to fame the Avalon hybrid Limited overall is the best. Comfort, quietness, interior and exterior styling and quality, handling, power and features, and best of all mileage put this in its own league. I consistently meet or beat EPA mileage estimates even at freeway speeds of 80 mph plus. I can easily travel for several hours without stopping and in complete comfort. My next car in three or four years will likely either be another Avalon hybrid or the Lexus variant.



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02-04-2013
2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Road Test...


paulevy
paulevy
06-28-2013
I want to eliminate he blue color on the front and rear emblems of my new 2013 Avalon Hybrid Limited (it has adaptive cruise control and rear camera). Toyota will not give me a straight answer--can I...


jtindfw
jtindfw
07-11-2013
I have read other threads about recent model Avalons having an issue with a hard lump in the center of the driver's seat, and I really didn't test drive this model extensively before I bought it sinc…...



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