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Review: Toyota Avalon

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  • Expansive seats
  • A number of driver aid qualities
  • Cushioned experience
  • Upscale inside
  • Fantastic basic safety scores

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Description and Review

Avalon may be the champ among nonluxury large automobiles. The redesigned 2019 product can provide a prosperous assortment of safety benefits, as well as automatic braking, in the Toyota Safety Sense suite which is typical even about the foundation variation.

Engine and Fuel Efficiency

Toyota’s flagship Avalon is roomy, rides easily, and has easy-to-use controls, that makes it a nice  vehicle. The 3.5-liter V6 engine acquired 300+ horsepower and is also joined to an eight-speed automated transmission. The V6 is amazingly productive, it is nonetheless rated at 22 mpg inside of the metropolis and 26 mpg about the freeway.

The hybrid version incorporates a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. The hybrid model blows this outside of the water with scores of forty-three mpg in the city and forty-four mpg for the freeway. It’s quite a feat of engineering along with a mixture of luxury and fuel effectiveness.

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Comfort and Ease

Journey comfort and ease are excellent and it is plusher than most Lexus models. The cabin is silent and lavishly furnished, mainly along with the Limited trim.

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Trim Levels

The Avalon comes in four different trim levels: XLE, XSE, Touring and Limited. All but the Touring is available with the hybrid drivetrain, which adds just $1,000 to the price of the car.

Being a fairly luxurious vehicle, the base XLE still comes very nicely equipped. Standard items include a 9-inch touchscreen, a blind spot monitoring system, a rear cross-traffic alert system, Apple CarPlay connectivity, Toyota’s Entune App Suite, LED headlights and taillights, heated power exterior mirrors, 17-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, a 7-inch multi-information display for the driver, radar controlled dynamic cruise control and a smart key.

The XSE adds smoked headlights, a piano black grille, a moonroof, 19-inch black painted wheels, heated front seats, paddle shifters, a multifunction steering wheel, aluminum interior trim and pedal covers and an auto dimming rearview mirror.

The Touring trim concentrates on driver comfort and entertainment for those long road trips. It has nicer headlights and taillights, a memory function for the mirrors, a 14-speaker sound system with a 1,200W amplifier, ventilation in the front seats, heated rear seats, a heated steering wheel and a 10-inch color Head-Up Display.

The top-of-the-line Limited is equipped somewhat similarly to the Touring, though it rides a little better on slightly smaller 18-inch wheels. It also gets genuine leather seating surfaces and a woodgrain trimmed interior.

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Apple CarPlay

The Toyota Avalon is the 1st Toyota to provide Apple CarPlay — a typical protection products featured forward-collision warning and automated crisis braking.

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Near-luxury

The Toyota Avalon could very well be thought of a “near-luxury” automotive. Although it carries the traditional Toyota marque as an alternative to a higher-conclusion badge, the Avalon even now functionality equivalent, if not increased levels of luxury than cars from other upscale, would make.

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Our Score

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Best Nonluxury Large Car

Beginning at about $35,000, the Toyota Avalon could pretty clearly be considered a "near-luxury" automotive. The Avalon even now features equivalent, otherwise improved levels of luxurious than cars and trucks from other upscale, would make. Also, a hybrid version belonging with the Avalon begins at around $1,000 which is a good deal compared to the other models on the market, while providing approximately forty-four mpg in the city and freeway driving.

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PROS
  • Expansive seats
  • A number of driver aid qualities
  • Cushioned experience
  • Upscale inside
  • Fantastic basic safety scores
CONS
  • Make sure you purchase one of the higher trim levels that is priced over $37,000 cap to have the top-rated headlights
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    Michael Shamailov 2018-07-27 at 12:00 AM
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    100

    I own the 2019 Avalon for the past month and I drove about 1600 miles so far. I saw the gas station 3 times total and each time it was never over 40 $I am a Lexus owner for many years and like how they redisgned the Avalon. I am happy with my purchase

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    100

    We own a 2019 white pearl, hybrid xle. My wife and I have never owned a Toyota before and I must say me especially, are very impressed with the ride quality, the new styling, and the features it comes with. I fill up with gas once every two weeks and drive about 80 miles per day. It’s a great looking car that will forsure surprise you!

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    100

    I got rid of my 2014 MB S-550 and all of the troubles associated with it. Drove Lexus LS models for over 12 years (400-430-460) before trying the MB but got tired of driving 120+ miles to the nearest Lexus Dealer to get service. Local Toyota dealer in my home town area makes moving to this Avalon Limited Hybrid probably the best auto decision I have ever made. I love the Cognac Leather Trim with the Wind Chill Pearl Exterior. Yes, I got every option available and would give more than 5 stars if I could.

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