The test drivers say it offers great fuel economy and a comfortable, well-equipped interior.It’s powered by a four-cylinder engine and an electric motor, which most test drivers say provides adequate power. According to the EPA, the Avalon Hybrid gets 40/39 mpg city/highway, which is better than large cars like the Buick LaCrosse eAssist. Some test drivers say that the Avalon Hybrid handles similarly to the gas-only Avalon. In general, test drivers are floored by the 2013 Avalon Hybrid’s spacious, upscale interior. They love the it’s exceptional build quality and premium materials, and note that its back seat is extremely spacious and comfortable. The all-new Avalon Hybrid is priced higher than many cars in the class, but it also comes with more standard features.