In 1992, Toyota introduced a much larger Camry to the U.S. market, and the company discontinued its upscale Cressida model. People still wanted a big, plush Toyota sedan, though, and the company responded with the Avalon. Since it debuted for the 1995 model year, the Avalon has focused on delivering comfort, refinement, and dependability, if not style. Compelling design was largely absent from the Avalon until a 2013 redesign. That same year, a hybrid model debuted, giving the Avalon a rating of 40 mpg in combined driving.
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