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Toyota Avalon Hybrid Image
  • MSRP: $35,555 - $41,400
  • MPG: 40 (Est) City / 39 (Est) Hwy

Toyota Avalon Hybrid

#8 in Affordable Large Cars

It’s not the most fun-to-drive car in the class, but test drivers say the all-new 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid offers great fuel economy and a comfortable, well-equipped interior. Read full review»

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Overall:7.9
Critics' Rating:7.5
Performance:6.5
Interior:8.5
Safety:9.3
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Toyota Camry Hybrid

#1 in Affordable Midsize Cars

Test drivers say the 2014 Toyota Camry Hybrid has a spacious cabin, a refined powertrain and drives much like a gas-only car, which is high praise for a hybrid. Read full review»

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U.S.News Scores
Overall:8.6
Critics' Rating:9.0
Performance:7.9
Interior:7.2
Safety:8.5
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Toyota Prius c

#11 in Affordable Small Cars

The 2013 Toyota Prius c has impressive gas mileage and easy-to-use tech features, makeing it an excellent commuter car. Read full review»

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U.S.News Scores
Overall:8.1
Critics' Rating:8.9
Performance:6.5
Interior:7.0
Safety:8.3
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Toyota Prius Plug-in Image
  • MSRP: $32,000 - $39,525
  • MPG: 51 City / 49 Hwy

Toyota Prius Plug-in

#19 in Affordable Midsize Cars

Critics like that the Prius Plug-in can drive in electric-only mode and has great fuel economy, but they’re disappointed with its subpar cabin materials and lackluster performance. Read full review»

U.S.News Scores
Overall:7.4
Critics' Rating:7.2
Performance:6.6
Interior:7.2
Safety:9.3
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