2014 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Values

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2014 model year changes

The Toyota Avalon carries over essentially unchanged from last year, when it arrived completely redesigned. A rear-view camera has been made standard to the base 2014 Toyota Avalon XLE, while on XLE Hybrid Touring and the XLE Touring model the blind-spot monitoring system has been made optional, allowing prices to be dropped on those models slightly.

Competitive comparison

Smooth powertrains; 40-mpg hybrid model; excellent ride and handling; quiet, spacious interior; stunning touchscreen-style dash controls; active-safety features

Special features for 2014

Last year the Avalon was given a transformation, when Toyota changed its personality from a model that was comfort-oriented and conservative, to one that emulated modern luxury sedans, with a more sophisticated, well-detailed look and feel. This included much-improved handling, some noteworthy in-cabin technology and a fuel-efficient Avalon Hybrid model. The result 2014 Avalon is a standout, and when compared against comfort-oriented mainstream large sedans or even against luxury-brand models, the Avalon has a competitive look, feel and feature set. Plus, the Avalon Hybrid's smooth hybrid powertrain and its 40-mpg city rating make it a package that's hard to beat.


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