Toyota Hybrid Fuel Economy: All 2021 Toyota Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrids Compared
Hybrids are great. And with more and more vehicles getting hybrid versions, more and more people are enjoying the enjoying the benefits that they provide. Perhaps the most recognizable of which is increased fuel economy.
But which 2021 Toyota Hybrid has the best fuel economy numbers? Take a look below to find out.
2021 Toyota Hybrid MPG Comparison
|Model||Highest MPG Trims||Fuel Economy||MPGe|
|Highlander Hybrid FWD||LE, XLE, Limited, Platinum||36/35/36||–|
|Prius Prime||LE, XLE, Limited||55/53/54||133|
|RAV4 Hybrid||LE, XLE, XLE Premium, XSE, Limited||41/38/40||–|
|RAV4 Prime||SE, XSE||40/36/38||94|
|Sienna FWD||LE, XLE, XSE, Limited, Platinum||36/36/36||–|
|Venza||LE, XLE, Limited||40/37/39||–|
What is MPGe?
MPGe is how many miles a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) or electric vehicle (EV) can go using solely electricity or a combination of electricity and gas that a combustion vehicle could go on the equivalent amount of fuel. The RAV4 Prime and the Prius Prime are plug-in hybrids, which gives them the ability to operate without using any fuel for a limited time. The 2021 RAV4 Prime can operate on electricity without using any gas for 42 miles, while the 2021 Prius Prime can do the same for up to 25 miles. After the electricity is used up, both vehicles operate exactly the same as a traditional hybrid.
Interested in a 2021 Toyota Hybrid?
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