The 2021 Toyota Avalon enters the new model year with Android Auto compatibility as standard. For Android users that have been waiting years for smartphone compatibility, it finally arrives. Additionally, the hybrid ditches its nickel-metal hydride battery for a lithium-ion pack.
With the death of a few large sedans, the Avalon Hybrid practically sits in a class of its own. Efficient, spacious, and luxurious, it provides consumers with the complete package without having to reach too far into their savings account. While not an athlete, like its design would indicate, the Avalon Hybrid is a comfortable cruiser, which also matches the hybrid powertrain’s personality.