Coverage on Engine, Turbo Components, Transmission, Drive Axle, and Transfer Case could save you significant repair costs over the lifetime of your vehicle!*
As our lineup of electrified vehicles continues to grow, discover an impressive balance of efficiency and power—whichever powertrain you choose. (bZ4X and Tundra i-FORCE MAX shown. Available by mid-2022.)
Hybrid vehicles are becoming increasingly advanced, but how exactly do they work? Learn about the different ways an electrified Toyota makes every day happen.
Toyota Hybrids may be designed for efficiency, but they also offer remarkable performance. You may be surprised to find that hybrids can deliver peppy acceleration, impressive horsepower ratings and consistent power.
This all-new hybrid system pairs a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 engine with an electric motor to generate an amazing 437 horsepower and 583 lb.-ft. of torque. And because the electric motor is placed between the engine and transmission, you get instantaneous power to keep your adventures going.View Inventory
The Corolla Hybrid has all the efficiencies of a hybrid paired with Corolla's stunning design. With an EPA-estimated 52 combined mpg, you can go farther in everything you do.View Inventory
Camry Hybrid is always dressed to impress with its captivating style, and excels when it comes to responsive performance. Camry Hybrid’s Dynamic Force Engine has both power and premium fuel economy ratings to help optimize efficiency.View Inventory
Striking in every detail, Avalon Hybrid will inspire you to see how far your ambition will take you.View Inventory
The hybrid for larger crews, Highlander Hybrid has the power and efficiency you want, with the space you need. It seats up to eight and has a manufacturer-estimated mpg of up to 36 combined and 243 combined net horsepower, to take everyone the distance.View Inventory
Take your adventures farther with RAV4 Hybrid’s advanced engine that produces an ample 219 combined net horsepower and has an EPA-estimated 41 mpg city. A hybrid-exclusive XSE grade pushes it further, with its sport-tuned suspension and styling.View Inventory
Toyota hybrids may be designed for efficiency, but they also offer remarkable performance. You may be surprised to find that hybrids can deliver peppy acceleration, impressive horsepower ratings, and consistent power.
Have it all with the 2022 Prius. It’s geared up to take on your every whim with its style, tech and capability features that’ll leave you inspired. With ample cargo space and available AWD-e, Prius continues to set the standard for the modern-day hybrid.View Inventory
Whether you're checking out a new boutique in the city or making your weekend escape, Venza's all-hybrid powertrain, with a class-leading EPA-estimated 39 combined mpg, helps you enjoy the extra miles. Its standard AWD capability, driver-focused tech and refined style position Venza in a league of its own.View Inventory
Plug-in hybrids, like the Prius Prime and RAV4 Prime operate differently than a typical hybrid or electric vehicle while offering the best of both worlds. They have the impressive fuel economy* of a hybrid with added EV charging capabilities for even more efficiency.
With the power to run in either EV or hybrid electric driving modes, Prius Prime has an EPA-estimated 25 miles of driving range in EV Mode. So if you can't plug it in, don't worry—Prius Prime has an EPA-estimated combined 54 miles to the gallon.View Inventory
City trips. Road trips. No problem. When fully charged, RAV4 Prime has up to an EPA-estimated 42-mile EV-only rating. This powerful SUV is our quickest RAV4 yet, with an impressive 302 combined net horsepower and an EPA-estimated 94 MPGe. Thanks to the ability to seamlessly select between EV and hybrid modes, RAV4 Prime is ready to go wherever your mind takes you.View Inventory
* EPA-estimated 42-mile all-electric driving range when fully charged for 2022 RAV4 Prime. Use for comparison purposes only. Your MPGe/MPG will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov
Maintaining a hybrid can be easy. Plus, the vehicles may even put less strain on the engine and brakes over time. Let’s look at how a hybrid’s design affects regular maintenance.