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2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid First Drive

Even though some have left the full-sized sedan market in America, Toyota is committed and for 2019 they have given us an all-new Avalon with more of everything. More legroom, more cargo room, more power, and even better fuel economy in the Avalon Hybrid. The one thing that hasn’t increased? The Hybrid model’s price tag which is nearly $2,000 less than the 2018 model. More impressive of course is that the upsell from the non-hybrid has shrunk to just $1,000 meaning the average owner will save money overall by buying the hybrid over the V6.

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