2021 Toyota Hybrids and Electric Vehicle Lineup



More consumers are looking at ways to save money on fuel and also be environmentally friendly. To meet this demand, auto manufacturers are offering a range of hybrid and electric vehicles. Here is a look at the 2021 Toyota lineup.

2021 Toyota Eco-Efficient Lineup

Toyota hybrids help drivers get more out of their driving with very few emissions. Here is a look at some of the hybrid range of Toyota vehicles.

The Corolla hybrid offers a 53/52 est. mpg. This 5-seater was awarded the Green Car of the Year title in 2020. Battery warranty lasts 10 years from starting date of use.

The Prius is the vehicle that started the trend for Toyota – great gas mileage and innovative technology define this vehicle. This vehicle offers 54/50 mpg per EPA estimates.

The Prius Prime is available in a fully electric or hybrid power engine. A powerful electric motor makes for a comfortable ride and offers 54/133 est. mpg. 

The other hybrid vehicles to choose from are the Camry hybrid and the Avalon. The Camry is the ideal mid-size sedan. It is a recognizable name in the Toyota brand for reliability and durability.

The Avalon hybrid is a full-size sedan and its advanced XSE model offers 43 mpg city and highway driving.

As for the RAV4 Prime and Highlander hybrids, these vehicles meet every criterion for mileage, comfortable driving, safety, and reliability. The RAV plugin offers great mileage at 38/94 mpg per EPA estimates. 

The 2021 Toyota Sienna minivan, the Highlander Hybrid, and Venza crossover are new vehicles added to an already impressive lineup. Known as a pioneer in alternative fuels technology, Toyota introduced its first hydrogen fuel vehicle in 1996 and a completely electric RAV4 in 1997. 

As far as Toyota electric vehicles go, the bZ4X is a concept vehicle that is expected the hit the market by 2022. This vehicle has a new AWD system and is a sleek SUV. This complete electric vehicle was developed as a joint venture with Subaru on a TNGA-BEV platform. This vehicle has the best of both – Toyota quality and durability with Subaru’s AWD technology. This makes for a comfortable vehicle that is easy to drive. Every detail has been thoughtfully included to offer roomy interiors and increased visibility for safe driving. Toyota is committed to offering an expanded portfolio of 70 vehicles by 2025. Of these, 15 will be battery electric-powered vehicles. Expect to see electric trucks in this lineup.

To Conclude

If the 2021 Toyota lineup sounds exciting, visit the Deacon Jones Toyota dealership in Clinton, NC. Our sales representatives would be happy to show you our vehicle inventory and the features of each vehicle. Scheduling a test drive is easy too — drive the vehicles you are interested in before deciding. We serve surrounding communities in Fayetteville, Benson, and Goldsboro, NC.

Source: Toyota