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2. Toyota Avalon Hybrid
Just because you want a full-size sedan with a comfortable ride quality and plenty of amenities doesn’t mean you have to give up fuel economy. The Toyota Avalon Hybrid achieves an estimated 40 mpg in the city and 39 mpg on the highway, seriously reducing the number of gas station visits you make each month. Toyota still provides a plush interior that is exceptionally quiet, even at freeway speeds, with plenty of room for tall adults on both rows of seating. Features like Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity and keyless entry/ignition make the Avalon Hybrid a compelling option for anyone who is looking for the latest features. The sedan is great for taking on long road trips, especially considering its 14 cubic feet of trunk space that outclasses what you find in most hybrids.