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  • Matthew Pilgrim
    Automotive Editor - June 7, 2018

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    22 City / 31 Highway

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    2019 Toyota Avalon OVERVIEW

    The all-new 2019 Toyota Avalon debuts when the demand for cars has been waning and customers continue to turn to crossovers. If anything, this monumental market shift only seems to have encouraged Toyota to push its own traditional boundaries for its flagship sedan.

    What's New for 2019

    The Toyota Avalon is all new for 2019.

    Toyota Avalon

    Choosing Your Toyota Avalon

    The Avalon is available in four trim levels, XLE, XSE, Limited, Touring. For those looking for maximum efficiency, the all-new Avalon Hybrid is available as well.

    Toyota’s newest global platform, which also underpins the Camry, allows the engineers better control over the ride and handling while the stylists also took bold measures with sharp edges and complex surfaces. The XSE and Touring trims have a sporty attitude, while the XLE and Limited trims focus more on comfort.

    The gas-powered Avalon is offered with a 3.5-liter V6 delivering 301 horsepower and 267 foot-pound of torque. The front wheels are driven via an eight-speed automatic transmission. The base XLE achieves an EPA-estimated 22 miles per gallon city, 32 mpg highway, and 26 combined. On higher trims with larger wheels and added features, the highway and combined mpg figures are reduced by one. Toyota claims improved aerodynamics over the previous model.


    The base XLE trim starts at $36,420 (all prices include the $920 destination charge) and features 17-inch wheels, LED front and rear lighting, and the Toyota Safety Sense P suite of active safety features, which includes forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert. Furthermore, automatic high beams and a three-year subscription to Safety Connect, featuring automatic collision notification, are also standard safety tech.

    The interior includes heated eight-way power front seats, a seven-inch screen in the gauge cluster, automatic dual-zone climate control, and proximity entry with push button start. Toyota’s latest Entune 3.0 connected services is operated through a nine-inch touchscreen display with satellite and HD radio, Apple CarPlay, and a six-month trial of WiFi through Verizon. Remote connectivity works with certain Android and Apple devices to remotely unlock and lock the doors and start the engine, while Amazon Alexa compatibility enables car-home device communication.

    There are three option packages offered. The JBL Audio Upgrade ($680) adds a 14-speaker audio system that features Toyota’s first application of its 7.1-channel audio experience, while Clari-Fi software rebuilds lost fidelity. The Moonroof Package ($1,000) includes a power tilt and sliding moonroof and wireless charging. The Moonroof Package with options ($1,680) combines the features of both equipment groups.


    Starting at $38,920, the XSE is visually differentiated from the XLE by its 19-inch black wheels, standard moonroof, darkened inner-headlights, quad-tipped exhaust, and gloss-black painted door mirrors, grille, and rear spoiler. Suede seat inserts, real aluminum trim, and a premium leather-covered steering wheel with paddle shifters that feature rev-matching downshifts bring the dynamic spirit to the interior, while the sport-tuned suspension sharpens the ride. The $680 JBL Audio Upgrade package returns, and mechanical bits and software programming enhance the intake and exhaust sounds with it ordered.


    Positioned above the XLE, the Limited is priced from $42,720 and rides on unique 18-inch wheels, features the JBL Audio system, and includes premium leather surfaces. The exterior of the Avalon Limited gains a detailed front headlight design and front and rear turn signals that light sequentially. A 10-inch color head-up display, ambient lighting, genuine wood trim, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, and a heating steering wheel are among the additional luxury features included as standard.

    The Advanced Safety Package ($1,150) adds a surround-view camera with perimeter scan, an intelligent clearance sonar system with rear cross-traffic detection and automatic braking.


    The Touring trim starts at $43,120 and takes the sporty nature of the XSE and includes an adaptive variable suspension and two additional dynamic chassis settings. There are 650 individual steps where the dampers can change their stiffness, promising improved handling dynamics while still offering the comfortable ride expected of an Avalon. The seating gains the same heating and cooling features of the Limited, but feature the grippier suede inserts. The headlights also blend the advanced lighting systems with the dark inner housing of the XSE. The Advanced Safety Package is again available for $1,150.

    CarsDirect Tip

    The 2019 Toyota Avalon presents a solid value out of the gate with its new platform, design elements, and attention to detail. The XLE with the JBL Audio Upgrade package will make the most of the quiet and comfort-focused ride while the largest rear space in the class will be sure to impress.

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