|MPG:||39 City / 40 Highway|
|Miles Per Year:||TBD|
The Toyota Avalon has been serving upscale accommodations since the 1995 model year. Twenty-two years and three redesigns later, the Avalon is still one of the best choices in this class, if you like your cars as comfortable as an old pair of shoes. Its optional—and segment-exclusive—hybrid powertrain sips fuel, its cabin is well-built and spacious, and a suite of active safety features is standard. The driving experience won’t pique the interest of an enthusiast, though, and there are quibbles that hold the Avalon back from platinum status.