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The 2015 Toyota Av...

June 22, 2015 12:31

The 2015 Toyota Avalon hybrid re-defines the rolling-couch philosophy that has been out of scene since Buick stopped building large cars. But despite its extended dimension, the Toyota car offers a very satisfying driving experience. It wouldn’t be preposterous to call it one of the most cushiony, comfortable, and luxuriest cars in the world. The hybrid presents a stiff challenge to position of Chevy Impala, Hyundai Azera, Kia Cadenza, Ford Taurus, and few others. In terms of looks and style it bears a very interesting out front backed by slightly dramatic interiors. These features are dynamically secured by a lieu of hi-tech features. The 2013 version of Avalon was a stereotype with limited appeal, keeping this fact in view; the company redesigned its hybrid version that appealed to a wider consumer group.

The 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid, thus, focuses over several other things than refined built and powerful accessories. You can drive it home with pride knowing you are riding over a bunch of most advanced interfaces ever bored by a car. With respect to design, Avalon steals the best from luxurious Lexus and ubiquitous Camry. Despite being inspired from two of the best Toyota cars, it leaves its own mark with a swoopy roofline and carved out rear fenders. On the inner front, it surprises with an ultra-modern instrument panel, capacitive switches, and commanding ergonomics. Quality of materials is top-notch with matching surfaces and grains.

The power train of this green car is embellished with 2 engine options. A 3.5-lite engine churns 268hp in its V-6 trims. The hybrid version, on the other hand, comes with a 4-pot engine that produces 200hp along with some nickel metal hydride batteries.  The car leaps from 0-100kmph in just 8.2 seconds. The fuel efficiency gets tuned at a higher level with 39mpg over freeways and 40mpg over city roads. The drivability and handling is exceptional and seems a step ahead from its regular model. Both power trains are very responsive and supremely capable.

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