Toyota has been the world’s leader in alternative fuel vehicles for decades, and it continues that leadership today with one of the most diverse lineups on the market. For 2020, Toyota offers seven amazing hybrid vehicles and one innovative hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, which means you have more choices when it comes to going green.
The winner of Green Car Journal’s 2020 Green Car of the Year®,1 the Toyota Corolla Hybrid is a critically acclaimed, eco-friendly take on the iconic small car. The new and improved Corolla Hybrid is the most fuel-efficient Toyota has ever made, returning an EPA-estimated 52 mpg combined2 to enable miles and miles of enjoyment. Speaking of enjoyment, the Corolla Hybrid features a Power Mode button that lets you get your kicks even more, taking full advantage of its low stance and balanced suspension for a truly fun drive.
The one that started it all, the Toyota Prius remains the first name in hybrids 20 years after it debuted in America. Today’s Prius isn’t just known for its incredible efficiency — it’s spacious enough to accommodate active lifestyles with up to 65.5 cubic feet of cargo volume and it’s available with an incredibly futuristic and easy-to-use 11.6-inch multimedia display. If you want a car that can handle rough Pennsylvania winters, the Prius is available with AWD-e that provides superior traction even in deep snow.
The ultra-advanced 2020 Toyota Prius Prime takes the template of America’s first hybrid and makes it even more incredible. The plug-in hybrid take on the Prius ramps up the potential even more with an amazing 640-mile EPA-estimated total driving range,3 giving you all the confidence you need to handle long road trips without worrying about frequent stops. When you do need to charge up, there are more than 16,500 electric charging stations across the United States to accommodate you, including several thousand fast-charging 240-volt outlets.
Take the raw, rugged power and potential of the legendary RAV4 and make it eco-friendly. That’s how you get the 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid, which delivers all the same power and personality of the iconic SUV with better fuel economy. The 2.5-liter Toyota Hybrid System II engine puts out 219 combined net horsepower, which goes to all four wheels when you need it thanks to standard Electronic On-Demand All-Wheel Drive. Better still, you get 41 mpg in the city with the RAV4 Hybrid,4 which means you’re doing your part for the environment and looking strong in the process.
Sleek, sporty, and stylish, the 2020 Toyota Camry Hybrid is everything you’d want in a sedan and a hybrid. With an independent MacPherson strut front suspension and multi-link rear suspension, the Camry Hyrbid is an impeccably smooth and balanced performance machine. It’s every bit as great on gas as it is fun to drive, leveraging its Dynamic Force Engine and buttery smooth ECVT to deliver up to 52 mpg combined.5 It’s also an incredibly innovative car with available features like a Bird’s Eye View Camera with Perimeter Scan, Intelligent Clearance Sonar with Rear Cross-Traffic Braking, and Wi-Fi Connect hotspot capabilities.
The 2020 Toyota Avalon Hybrid looks and feels like a high-end premium sedan, but you wouldn’t know that from the price alone. This affordable full-size sedan looks the part of a luxury ride, and it delivers with a well-appointed, modern interior. Because it’s a hybrid, its 2.5-liter Dynamic Ford Engine delivers impressive efficiency in all driving situations. Because it’s a Toyota, it’s a pleasure to drive thanks to Sequential Shiftmatic™ shifting and an aerodynamic body that can reduce the coefficient of drag to 0.27.
The all-new 2020 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is more fun, more functional, and more efficient. In fact, the new Highlander Hybrid delivers more efficiency than any other SUV in the segment with 35 mpg across the board with available Electronic On-Demand All-Wheel Drive.6 True to form, the Highlander is also a top-shelf, adventure-ready ride perfect for exploring new roads and bringing the family along for the ride. Add innovative tech like standard Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0 into the mix, and the 2020 Toyota Highlander Hybrid is as close to a sure thing as it gets.
The most unique member of the Toyota family is the 2020 Mirai, one of the world’s few fuel cell electric vehicles. Currently only available in California and Hawaii, the Toyota Mirai takes just five minutes to refuel and emits only water, making it one of the cleanest vehicles on the road anywhere. Not only does the Mirai offer an EPA-estimated max range of 312 miles,7 but your lease or purchase comes with up to three years of complimentary fuel.8
Looking at its lineup of 2020 alternative fuel vehicles, it’s clear why Toyota is the world’s leader in making our planet cleaner. You can begin your personal journey toward helping heal our world by checking out our great selection of Toyota hybrid vehicles and stopping into Krause Toyota in Breinigsville for a test drive.
1Named Green Car Journal’s 2020 Green Car of the Year®, greencarjournal.com, November 21, 2019.
22020 EPA-estimated 53 city/52 highway/52 combined mpg for Corolla LE Hybrid. Actual mileage will vary.
32020 Prius Prime EPA-estimated 55 city/53 hwy/54 combined mpg estimates and 133 combined MPGe estimate when fully charged and with a full tank of gas. Excludes driving conditions. Actual mileage will vary.
42020 RAV4 EPA-estimated 27 city/35 hwy/30 combined mpg for LE FWD and Limited FWD; 27 city/34 hwy/30 combined mpg for LE AWD; 28 city/35 hwy/30 combined mpg for XLE FWD and XLE Premium FWD; 27 city/33 hwy/29 combined mpg for XLE AWD and XLE Premium; 25 city/33 hwy28 combined mpg for Adventure; 25 city/32 hwy/27 combined mpg for TRD Off-Road; 25 city/33 hwy/28 combined mpg for Limited AWD; and 41 city/38 hwy/40 combined mpg for LE Hybrid, XLE Hybrid, XSE Hybrid, and Limited Hybrid. Actual mileage will vary.
52020 EPA-estimated 51 city/53 highway/52 combined mpg for Camry Hybrid LE. Actual mileage will vary.
62020 Highlander Hybrid AWD EPA 35 city/35 hwy/35 combined mpg estimates. Actual mileage will vary. 2020 Highlander Hybrid vs. 2020 competitors based on manufacturers’ data as of 9/19/19.
7EPA-estimated 67 city/67 hwy/67 comb MPGe for 2020 Mirai. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric-mode operation. EPA-estimated 67 city/ 67 hwy/ 67 combined miles per kilogram. Use for comparison purposes only. Your MPGe/miles per kilogram will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.
8Complimentary fuel for three years or $15,000 maximum, whichever comes first. The three year period starts on the date of card activation or 90 days after vehicle sale or lease commencement date, whichever is earlier. Fuel card is nontransferable. The Mirai is a hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicle that must be fueled at hydrogen stations conforming to the latest Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) hydrogen fueling interface protocol standards or laws that may supersede such SAE standards. Refer to the Mirai Hydrogen Stations Locator in the Fuel Station Function on the multimedia display, www.toyota.com, or call Toyota customer service at 1-800-331-4331 for information on hydrogen fueling stations available to Mirai.