Hybrids And Alternative Fuel Vehicles

Hybrid | Plug-In Hybrid | Fuel Cell Electric

Our lineup of alternative fuel vehicles has expanded over the years. Model year 2020 hybrids and newer now come with an enhanced hybrid battery warranty covering 10 years or 150,000 miles, whichever comes first.


If you're looking for a Toyota hybrid for sale in the Phoenix area, you have come to the right place. Our dealership offers a quality selection of Toyota hybrid vehicles to meet your needs, whether you're planning to do some off-road exploring and need a durable SUV, or you want to save fuel driving around the city. If you want to learn more about Toyota's hybrid technology and the hybrid models on our lot, read on for more details.

How Do Toyota Hybrid Engines Work?

Toyota's hybrid mechanical systems combine gasoline engines and electric motors to provide power and efficiency. Additionally, Toyota uses a special technology called Hybrid Synergy Drive. This technology instructs the hybrid on when to use regular gasoline, electric power, or both. The intuitive system provides maximum power, fuel economy, and performance as needed. Furthermore, Toyota uses an advanced system that charges the battery while the car is using the engine. Heat-based energy generated by the brakes is stored as electricity.

Do Toyota Hybrid Batteries Need To Be Replaced?

Toyota hybrid batteries are designed to last a very long time. Most will last for the entire lifespan of your vehicle, which means that they will not have to be replaced. It's not unheard of for a Toyota hybrid battery to last 250,000 miles on the road or more. However, if you need to replace your battery, it will likely be covered by a warranty. An eight-year, 100,000-mile guarantee backs Toyota's hybrid batteries. If the battery does need to be replaced while you own the car, you can bring it to our dealership or another authorized Toyota dealership if you're out of the Phoenix area for repairs.

Do Toyota Hybrids Need More Maintenance?

Toyota hybrid vehicles might sound more complex, and therefore more maintenance-intensive than their conventional gasoline-powered peers. However, Toyota's hybrid cars do not require any more maintenance than cars that use regular gasoline. Your hybrid will follow approximately the same maintenance schedule as a gasoline-driven Toyota. Additionally, you won't have to deal with transmission fluid, alternators, belts, and other significant parts that can wear out.

What Hybrid Vehicles Does Toyota Offer?

From sedans to SUVs, we have many Toyota hybrid models to choose from at our dealership in Phoenix, Arizona. Keep in mind that our inventory is continuously updated, which means more hybrid vehicles arrive regularly. The Toyota Camry, Avalon, and of course, the Prius are just a few options, with prices starting under $18,000 for premium pre-owned versions. Starting around $40,000, you can also get a capable hybrid SUV for your off-road and towing needs, such as the Highlander Hybrid.

Just Get Up And Go.
Hybrid Performance

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.

2021 Corolla Hybrid

The Corolla Hybrid has all the efficiencies of a hybrid paired with Corolla's stunning design. With an EPA-estimated 52 combined mpg, the highest ever for Corolla, you can go farther in everything you do.

2021 Camry Hybrid

Camry Hybrid is always dressed to impress with its captivating style, and excels when it comes to responsive performance. Camry's Dynamic Force Engine offers both power and premium fuel economy to optimize efficiency.

2021 Avalon Hybrid

Underneath Avalon Hybrid's uncompromised, striking design is an impressive hybrid drivetrain and a wealth of technology that's ready to give you the most out of every ride.

2021 Highlander Hybrid

The hybrid for families, Highlander Hybrid has the efficiency you want with the space you need. It seats up to eight and has an EPA-estimated mpg of up to 36 combined and 243 combined net horsepower.

2021 RAV4 Hybrid

RAV4 Hybrid stand out from the pack with a hybrid-exclusive XSE grade and an EPA-estimated 40 combined mgp.

Hybrid Fuel? Just Start Pumping.
Hybrid Fueling

Hybrids offer a more efficient alternative to gaspowered vehicles, but they still require fuel. Here's how to gas up a hybrid and save money along the way.

2021 Prius

The one that started it all lives up to its impressive legacy year after year. The available AWD-e feature on Prius gives you up to an EPA-estimated combined 49 mpg. Paired with expansive cargo space, Prius encourages you to expand your horizons.

2021 Venza

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. And its standard AWD capability, driver-focused tech and refined style position Venza in a league of its own.

Hybrids That Take Charge
Plug-in Hybrids Explained

Plug-in hybrids, like the Prius Prime and RAV 4 Prime operate differently than a typical hybrid or electric vehicle while offering the best of both worlds. They have impressive fuel economy* of a hybrid with added EV charging capabilities for even more efficiency.

2021 Prius Prime

With the power to run in either EV or hybrid driving modes, Prius Prime has an EPA-estimated 25 miles of driving range in EV Mode and 640 miles of total driving range. So if you can't plug it in, don't worry - Prius Prime has an EPA-estimated combined 54 miles to the gallon.

2021 RAV4 Prime

City trips. Road trips. No problem. When fully charged, RAV4 Prime has up to an EPA-estimated 42 miles of thrilling, EV-only driving. And this sporty SUV also has an impressive EPA-estimated94 MPGe. Thanks to the ability to seamlessly select between EV and hybrid modes, RAV4 Prime is ready to go wherever your mind takes you.

*Preliminary EPA-estimated 94 MPGe for 2021 RAV4 Prime. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric operation. 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.

Hard To Maintain? Not At All.
Hybrid Maintenance

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.