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Toyota Avalon Model Years


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When the Avalon bowed in 1995, it was the first full-size Toyota available in the U.S. Many observers compared it to Buick in terms of room and ride, especially when equipped with a bench seat and column shifter. That configuration disappeared two generations ago, and for 2013 the Avalon is all-new.

Designed and built completely in the U.S., the Avalon caters to America's appetite for spacious and comfortable sedans. While the base model is aimed at families, the plush Limited pokes into luxury territory. As part of this year's redesign, the Avalon offers a hybrid powerplant on most trim levels—the Camry-sourced engine makes an even 200 horsepower and boosts gas mileage to 40 mpg.

Toyota Avalon Generations

2013 - 2014 Toyota Avalon

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Major changes included:

Fully redesigned for 2013, the new and improved Toyota Avalon is sleeker and sportier, with a wide front grille. A completely refreshed suspension improves handling and ride quality. Inside, the Avalon has updated its seat adjustment options, making it easier for passengers to stretch out. A wide array of luxury features bring the Avalon up to the level of its competitors. Especially appealing amenities include blind-spot monitoring, heated seats, and a primo sound system.

See Year: 2013 - 2014

2005 - 2012 Toyota Avalon

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Major changes included:

Toyota's full-size sedan grew larger in its third generation, and featured more unconventional styling. It was propelled by a 3.5-liter V6. Standard features included dual-zone automatic temperature control, steering wheel-mounted audio and climate controls, cruise control, and a 6 in-dash CD stereo system.

See Year: 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012

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