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Vehicle Comparison

See how Toyota vehicles compare against the competition. Start by choosing your Toyota vehicle and a competitor to learn more on how they stack up.
  • 2020 86
  • 2021 Tundra
  • 2019 86
  • 2022 4Runner
  • 2021 4Runner
  • 2022 Avalon
  • 2021 Avalon
  • 2022 Avalon Hybrid
  • 2021 Avalon Hybrid
  • 2022 Camry
  • 2021 Camry
  • 2021 C-HR
  • 2020 C-HR
  • 2022 Corolla
  • 2021 Corolla
  • 2022 Corolla Hybrid
  • 2021 Corolla Hybrid
  • 2022 Camry Hybrid
  • 2021 Camry Hybrid
  • 2022 Corolla Hatchback
  • 2021 Corolla Hatchback
  • 2022 GR Supra
  • 2021 GR Supra
  • 2022 Highlander
  • 2021 Highlander
  • 2022 Highlander Hybrid
  • 2021 Highlander Hybrid
  • 2022 Prius
  • 2021 Prius
  • 2022 Prius Prime
  • 2021 Prius Prime
  • 2021 RAV4
  • 2020 RAV4
  • 2021 RAV4 Hybrid
  • 2020 RAV4 Hybrid
  • 2021 RAV4 Prime
  • 2022 Sequoia
  • 2021 Sequoia
  • 2022 Sienna
  • 2021 Sienna
  • 2022 Tacoma
  • 2021 Tacoma
  • 2020 Tundra
  • 2021 Venza
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    You’ll be surprised how far you can go. Avalon Hybrid helps maximize fuel efficiency in ECO Mode, or can run entirely on the electric motors, under certain conditions, to help reduce noise and emissions when switched to EV Mode., From its compact battery and lightweight power control unit to its auto-glide control that promotes efficient coasting, Avalon Hybrid has up to an impressive estimated 44 hwy mpg and amplified fun.

    The 2019 Avalon also comes with Toyota Safety Sense standard.
    Learn more about TSS.

    See how the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited compares against the 2019 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Reserve II FWD. For starters, the Avalon Hybrid has a fuel economy of 43 mpg city and 43 mpg highway whereas the MKZ Hybrid has a fuel economy of 42 mpg city and 39 mpg highway. If you're interested in power, the Avalon Hybrid has a horsepower of 215 while the MKZ Hybrid has a horsepower of 188.

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