Sideview of a blue 2021 Toyota Avalon. What is the fuel economy rating?

What is the Fuel Economy Rating of the 2021 Toyota Avalon?

2021 Toyota Avalon Fuel Economy Rating

Positioned above Camry and Corolla, the Avalon is Toyota’s most premium vehicle in its sedan lineup. When we say premium, we mean near-luxury interior elements, sufficient space for passengers, a powerful engine, good driving manners, and a wide range of standard safety features. In terms of performance, the Avalon has done well and carved a niche for itself in a segment that includes vehicles such as the Nissan Maxima, Kia Stinger, Chrysler 300, and Dodge Charger. Head to J. Pauley Toyota in Fort Smith, AR, and check out the 2021 Toyota Avalon. To get your hands behind the Avalon’s steering wheels, schedule a test drive. Scroll down to learn about the fuel economy rating of the 2021 Toyota Avalon.

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Frontview of a Black 2021 Toyota Avalon

The 2021 Avalon is available in eight different trims – XLE, XLE Hybrid, XSE Nightshade, XSE Hybrid, TRD, Touring, Limited, and Limited Hybrid. While the non-hybrid versions of the 2021 Avalon feature a 3.5-Liter V6 DOHC 16-Valve engine with Dual VVT-i, the hybrid version boasts a 2.5-Liter Dynamic Force 4-Cylinder DOHC 16-Valve engine with VVT-iE. The non-hybrid powertrain can generate 301 horsepower and 267 lb-ft torque, and the hybrid engine can make 215 net horsepower and has a torque rating of 163 lb-ft.

Interior of a 2021 Toyota Avalon

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How Much is the Gas Mileage? 

When it comes to fuel economy rating, the 2021 Toyota Avalon has a great score. The non-hybrid Avalon trims offer a gas mileage of 22 MPG within city limits, 32 MPG on the highway, and 26 MPG combined. On the other hand, the hybrid Avalon trims can offer a high gas mileage of 43 MPG within the city, 44 MPG on freeways, and 44 MPG combined. These are not good fuel economy ratings, aren’t they?