2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid User Reviews
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- $35,555 - $41,400
- No trim specified for this review
- Great gas mileage. Best I got 48 mpg I average 40 mpg
- Chrome sun glare yes, Car does not absorb bumps on road.
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I really like this car. Responsive; fast; economical; very attractive; luxurious; very smooth on good roads; mpg 37 to 42;
mileage depends on terrain. I wish that it had a easier way to dim to dashboard lights down during the night time on the fly, instead of going into the computer. The stereo sound systems is one of the best. I have never seen any car for any price have a better designed dashboard. Toyota hit a home run on this car. But Toyota the car is a stiff. I DOES NOT damped the bumps on the road. You are riding very smooth and then bam bam on the road. All and all I like it. One more thing. Tall guys getting in and out of the car, it is a little effort. Toyota is make the car a little smaller for economy. Once you are in the car it is fine.
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