2016 Toyota Avalon Review, Changes

2016 Toyota Avalon Review, Changes…One after another fair come and go and the company Toyota has decided to prepare for next year’s Toyota Avalon Hybrid 2016 that should invocations in full light.

What is interesting for this company is that it listens to what its customers want, what their needs are when it comes to vehicles. For that, this time, rolled up his sleeves and went to work that will just bring such results where we have a satisfied customer. For now there is no more information about this vehicle, but we are ready to share with you some of the information available.

2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid side

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2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Review

In North America, this label refers to cars that are large, comfortable and tromni and their customers are the ones who have long since retired. Buick has established this class during the 1970s have, therefore it was named after the division of General Motors. However, ten years ago Buick started with an ambitious plan to completely replace their offer and, in collaboration with another General Motors division Opel, they saw the light of day and something sporty premium cars, such as Verano, Regal and Encore. That left Avalon as the sole representative of the class, but even Toyota is not sitting idly by.

Thus, in 2012, debuted a brand new 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid in order to get out of the Buick class and to take a step closer to the luxury Lexus. This plan has failed and sales exploded from less than 30,000 vehicles in 2012 to 70,000 copies in the last two years, including 17,000 hybrids.


2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid grill

2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid rear side

Design Exterior and Interior of 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

For the 2016 Japanese automaker has decided to refresh its biggest car as a location for the presentation was chosen this year’s Motor Show in Chicago. On the design side, the changes are minimal, but big enough that customers notice that the new car in question. For starters, there is a significantly larger and wider grille with the aim of Avalon and the design looks more like a Lexus automobile. They disappeared fog lights, and instead there are now vertical blinkers.

LED headlights are now optional on all versions, but they are standard on Touring the highest grade. The last part of something got changed lights and a chrome strips on the bumpers. Another big news for 2016 is the new 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid XLE trim levels, which will be the most basic and least expensive, and as in the past there are Premium, Touring and Limited and standard on the Limited models.


2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid rear

2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid light

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Engine of 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid

On the mechanical side, the only change is a modified suspension, with the aim of Avalon is even more comfortable to ride for longer, and touring envy and much more expensive automobile.It comes to the engine, as the only engine option is still 3.5L V6 with 268 hp and 336 Nm of torque, the engine power is transmitted to the front wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission. Somewhat later, the offer will be extended with sports TRD model, which will be to provide an identical engine with compressor and 320 hp and accelerates to 100 km/h in 6.5 seconds. What is the conclusion of Toyota Avalon Hybrid?

2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid engine

Although he still belongs to the Buick class, it seems to us that the world’s largest vehicle manufacturer does not matter what their customers are mostly pensioners, and an additional bonus if they can attract and which younger customers with TRD model.

2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid wheel

2016 Toyota Avalon Price and Release date

When it comes to prices and the Cenni segu he is different depending on what is available and what level of equipment.

STYLE                                                         INVOICE                                   MSRP

4-Door Sedan Limited                               $ 36,406                                       $ 40,450
Regular Unleaded V-6, 3.5 L
Front Wheel Drive

4-Door Sedan XLE                                     $ 29,385                                        $ 32,650
Regular Unleaded V-6, 3.5 L
Front Wheel Drive

4-Door Sedan XLE Plus                             $ 30,960                                       $ 34,400
Regular Unleaded V-6, 3.5 L
Front Wheel Drive

4-Door Sedan XLE Premium                    $ 32,266                                       $ 35,850
Regular Unleaded V-6, 3.5 L
Front Wheel Drive

4-Door Sedan XLE Touring                      $ 33,346                                        $ 37,050
Regular Unleaded V-6, 3.5 L
Front Wheel Drive

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