2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid vs 2019 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

As you shop for a new hybrid, consider how well the vehicle runs as well as how far it can go before needing a fill. These vehicles are specifically designed to be more fuel efficient while still feeling and looking modern. We will check the similarities and differences between two sedan hybrids, the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid and the 2019 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid!

If you would like to reference any information we give, we researched the standard XLE trim for the Avalon Hybrid and the Standard trim from the MKZ Hybrid. Check out what we found in the table below!

2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid


2019 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

2.5-Liter, 176-hp

Engine 2.0-Liter, 141-hp

163 lb-ft

Torque 129 lb-ft
2-speed CVT w/ auto-manual Transmission 2-speed CVT
43 city mpg, 44 highway mpg Fuel Economy 42 city mpg, 39 highway mpg
16.1 cu.ft. Maximum Interior Cargo Volume 11.1 cu.ft.


Benefits of the Avalon Hybrid

As we researched these two hybrids, we have found that the Toyota Avalon Hybrid stands better than the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid. As you can see from the table, the Avalon Hybrid generates 176 horsepower and 163 pound-feet of torque compared to the MKZ Hybrid’s 141 horsepower and 129 pound-feet. The transmissions between the two vehicles are similar yet different enough to note. The Avalon Hybrid offers the auto-manual feature that blends the automatic and manual transmissions together. As you compare the efficiency of these two hybrids, the Avalon Hybrid uses less fuel in both the city and highway. This will cost you less and save the environment more than what the MKZ Hybrid is capable of. Finally, the Avalon Hybrid has 5 more cubic feet of space for you to store your things.

If you need more information on the 2019 Toyota Avalon Hybrid or would like to take one home, contact us on our website or visit our location in Palatine, Illinois! Our staff will answer any questions you need to help you finalize your decision.