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A chat about Toyota Avalon Hybrid 2015

On a pleasant afternoon, as you idly browse the internet for something that can just get your attention for a second, what could be better than a chat about Toyota Avalon Hybrid 2015? This is a car with a beautiful name, pretty curved lines, elegance and a nice story to tell. Let’s go!

Have you ever heard of the original Avalon? It was a legendary island that first appeared mentioned in the legends of King Arthur. With such name, this Toyota promises a fairy-tale story and an elegant and romantic ride. First produced in the United States of America in the year 1994, the Avalon is today regarded as being part of a rare breed of full-size sedan cars.

Its elegant exterior, refined and at the same time comfortable interior and spacious frame point to the special capabilities of the vehicle, which is fitted with a powerful engine. The Avalon XLE Hybrid is a model that functions of both gasoline and electricity. It combines a 2.5 l inline 4 engine with an electric motor with a total output of 200 bhp. The traction battery is nickel and metal hydride, 1.6 kWh, which makes it the equal of the (perhaps more known) Toyota Camry Hybrid.

The innovation is that, using barely any fuel, the car is very powerful, autonomous for quite some time and makes for one of the most enjoyable drives.

Its price tag places the vehicle between 32.000 and 40.000 dollars, so for its capacity, class and refinement, the Toyota Avalon Hybrid is the luxury car of the “poor” (or rather, the sensible) person. Not to mention, through the electric engine it is fitted with, this model is also the ecological and morally responsible choice for a dream of world with less pollution and more hope.

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