Avalon Limited makes a statement wherever you go. Whether it’s equipped with the powerful 301-hp 3.5-liter V6 or the 2.5-liter Dynamic Force Engine and hybrid system, 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. 18, 19 From its compact battery and lightweight power control unit to its auto-glide control that promotes efficient coasting, Avalon Hybrid has an EPA-estimated mpg of up to 44 combined 20 — and amplified fun.
See how the 2020 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited compares against the 2020 Honda Accord Hybrid Touring. The Avalon Hybrid Limited has a horsepower of 215 whereas the Accord Hybrid Touring has a horsepower of 188. Additionally, the Avalon Hybrid Limited comes standard one-touch power windows for driver, passenger, and rear windows while these the Accord Hybrid comes standard with one-touch power windows for driver and passenger but not rear windows. The Avalon Hybrid Limited also comes with memorized steering wheel position while the Accord Hybrid Touring does not.