Decide to drive a Toyota hybrid, and you will have a lot of decisions ahead of you. After all, there are seven Toyota hybrids to choose from, spanning all sizes and multiple body styles. Some are based on non-hybrid models. Others, like the Prius, have always been hybrids.
2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid
Louisiana drivers looking for hybrid efficiency and a near-luxury sedan will love the Avalon Hybrid. There are three trim levels available for this elegant model that delivers 40 mpg* in the city and 39 mpg* on the highway. The Avalon Hybrid builds on the regular Avalon with luxury features like the Smart Key System and three-zone automatic climate control.
2016 Toyota Camry Hybrid
The Camry Hybrid is nearly identical to the Camry with the exception of its powertrain. This model can give you 42 mpg* in the city and 38 mpg* on the highway. It has great features, like JBL GreenEdge Audio, wireless charging, and an energy monitor.
2016 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
Pick the Highlander Hybrid if you need three rows of seats to fit your family and would like to enjoy 27 mpg* in the city and 28 mpg* on the highway. You can fit up to eight passengers and enjoy a panoramic sunroof, turn-by-turn navigation, and advanced safety features.
2016 Toyota Prius
The Prius has come a long way since it first hit the market. In addition to delivering 54 mpg* in the city and 50 mpg*on the highway, it is fun to drive and stylish. This hatchback has innovative features, like Qi wireless charging and Entune Premium Audio.
2016 Toyota Prius c
If you don’t need all the room that the Prius has to offer, consider the Prius c, which is smaller and more affordable. Expect 53 mpg* in the city and 46 mpg*on the highway along with the ability to always find a parking spot. You still get great technology features, the EV and ECO modes, and eco-monitoring features, like an ECO Score.
2016 Toyota Prius v
Those who want a larger version of the Prius love the Prius v with its 43 mpg* city and 39 mpg* highway rating. You can enjoy a panoramic view moonroof; power seat adjustment; and advanced safety; like the pre-collision system, lane departure alert, and dynamic radar cruise control.
2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid
The RAV4 Hybrid is the newest Toyota hybrid and fits seamlessly into the lineup. This hybrid version of everyone’s favorite small crossover SUV gets 34 city*/31 highway* and actually has more power and better acceleration than the non-hybrid RAV4. It is just as versatile as the traditional version. Like all Toyotas, it has excellent technology features as standard.
*Based on 2016 EPA ratings. Use for comparison purposes only.
Whether you want to find out more about one of these Toyota hybrid models or a non-hybrid Toyota, the team at Ray Brandt Toyota in Kenner, Louisiana, can assist you.