2019 Toyota Avalon

When is the Release Date of the 2019 Toyota Avalon?

The newest 2019 Toyota Avalon is basically a large sedan model. It could be compared with the Lexus ES sedan as it basically has the same treats and features. But what sets these two apart. The price of the upper trim Avalon even goes beyond the luxury Lexus models. So why should you go for the updated Avalon? Well one thing is for sure and that is that the 2019 Toyota Avalon is a big car. Its dimensions are enormous and the vehicle is pretty big when you look at it. This gives us the comfort on the interior that we need to feel even more comfortable and also makes the ride a lot better and balanced. Secondly, Toyota has added an array of features which are much easier to use and are more appropriate during rides.

So when are we going to see this model in action? According to the latest information, the 2019 Avalon is set to appear for sale by the end of 2018, and it is still being released as a 2019 model. The vehicle is also going to make an appearance in the US right about the same time. It is actually pretty exciting to see the changes and the updates the car received. This is undoubtedly the most handsome Toyota model ever designed. By all means, it is also one of the leading sedan vehicles on the market viewing it as a whole.

How much is the price of the 2019 Toyota Avalon Going to be?

If we look at the base price of the 2019 Toyota Avalon, it is pretty suitable. If we look at what the vehicle presents and has, the price speaks for its self. You will need to pay around $32,285 to get your hands on one of these. But, when it comes to higher trim levels of the car, it is where things get a bit more interesting. For instance, the Limited trim costs $42,195 which is a price which exceeds the Lexus ES one by a mile. So is this car worth it? Well of course it is. Even though you can get a luxury Lexus car for a smaller price, the Avalon is meant to look good, feel good and give you everything that a luxury vehicle could. The price is not something that should put you off from this car as it is very much worth the amount specified.

Some Rumors for the Future

With the release of the 2019 Toyota Avalon, we also learned that this marks the end of the current generation of models. The next vehicle which they are planning to make will be a next-gen model. But details about this one are still in the making and it will take quite a long time for this vehicle to be made. But the initial rumor is that they have decided to utilize a new platform for the future Avalon vehicles. This is not something to think about too much as the Toyota Camry has already started using it. The new Toyota Global Architecture (TNGA) platform should update the model very nicely and it is a perfect way to start the next generation vehicles. Until we wait for the future, we can enjoy the 2019 Toyota Avalon update. It may be the last model of its generation, but it also makes it one of the best ones that have been designed.

2019 Toyota Avalon and its Exterior Changes

With the newest awaited 2019 Toyota Avalon, come some plentiful changes for the exterior. The updates are going to help with the revision of the car and will keep it competitive until the next generation comes. The changes made include a revised front and rear fascia that adds a new front grille. Actually the lower grille is wider and the upper grille is narrower. The turn signals are also completely new. The back end of the car adds some refined new lights. You can also notice the chrome accents on the bumper as well. The Touring trim will now add dark-grey-painted 18-inch wheels. There are also new LED lights and LED daytime running lights as well. New for the XLE and XLE Plus trims are the 17-inch wheels. The changes are not that extensive as you would hope, but it keeps the model modern and handsome.

What About the Colors?

When it comes to updating the 2019 Toyota Avalon, colors are a big deal. Unfortunately, we are not going to get a special change here. It is pretty disappointing when you see that they did not add any new colors. But what they did is to offer the optional ones available as a standard choice. Although not getting any new color options is not a welcoming thing when you get a new model, it is still nice that there are some newer options attainable to you. Some drivers will be thrilled with the fact that there are some that they can use now.

Will the Size of the 2019 Toyota Avalon Change?

The newest 2019 Toyota Avalon car is going to keep the dimensions. Actually, the Avalon is one of the biggest sedans on the market. Its dimensions are something that make the vehicle unique. The established dimensions have been made a while back and they are kept that way for a reason. It would be unnecessary to change the size this time and they may even keep them for the next-generation vehicle. At this point the size of the car is good and the full length of 195.3 in and a wheelbase of 111.0 in is a standard for all trims. The height is 57.5 in and the width is 72.2 in. This keeps the interior volume at 102-104 cu ft, which is perhaps the best out of all sedans on the market. The cargo is pretty roomy as well and offers a payload of 14-16 cu ft.

What did They do with the Interior of the 2019 Toyota Avalon?

If you liked the previous Avalon, you will certainly enjoy the 2019 Toyota Avalon model. This is a kind of a staple to all of the Avalon vehicles. They are known for being packed with great feat use and fabulous comfort. This one is not going to be an exception, but the only thing is that there are not many innovations made. The Avalon got light grey interior color with grey accent stitching across the lineup. The higher trims, like the XLE and XLE Plus trim levels, will offer 7-inch Entune Audio Plus screen as standard and it will also add woodgrain accents. The latter feature is also available as standard and can be seen in any of the cars. Unfortunately, everything else is pretty much the same. Some bigger changes will probably happen for the next generation models. But the 2019 Toyota Avalon is still at the very top of the market when it comes to the interior look.

Keeping the Engine Specs Similar for the 2019 Toyota Avalon

There was no mention about the engine changes for the 2019 Toyota Avalon car. In fact, there is no need to make them as well. Perhaps, and it probably will, the future models will get updated with a totally new powertrain. For now, the car is going to simply transfer the current lineup and keep the ones that it has. These of course include the 3.5-liter V-6 as a base model which makes 268 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque. The transmission choices remains the six-speed, paddle-shift transmission. This is pretty suitable for the vehicle now and it has even for years now. The output is also pretty decent if you look at it from the standpoint of the sedan model. There are probably many changes that await us under the hood of the car, but these are going to wait until the next-generation Avalon comes.

2019 Toyota Avalon Top Speed and 0-60 mph

With the same type of engines choice for the 2019 Toyota Avalon, the performance is going to remain the same. These are not going to hamper the vehicle’s development and keeping them the same is probably not going to affect sales. For the time being the car is able to speed up to 0-60 mph in 6.2 seconds and can reach a top speed of 130 mph. This is pretty standard for a sedan model and keeps the vehicle grounded and at the same time enables it to perform very well for a model of this kind.

What about the Fuel Economy of the 2019 Toyota Avalon

The 2019 Toyota Avalon transfers the fuel consumption specs of the previous model. With pretty much the same kind of a setup under the hood, there is no chance for the fuel usage to improve. It is still pretty decent when it comes to a sedan model. With the current setup the vehicle has an EPA rating of 21 mpg city and 31 mpg highway.

2017 Toyota Avalon Release Date, Specs and Review

With its combination of style, overall quality, comfort, and a willing performance, the new and refreshed Toyota Avalon 2017 comes with a myriad of changes. Some of its pros include a new XLE trim, upscale and quiet cabin, above average fuel economy rating, a spacious seating, and tones of standard equipment. Rumors allege that its release date is set for this fall.

2017 Toyota Avalon
2017 Toyota Avalon

Some of the leaked XLE’s details include a 7” screen, a new front grille, a standard Entune Audio Plus system, new turn signals, and Connected Navigation Scout GPS Link. However, the engine department remains unchanged and features the existing 3.5L V6 base engine.

We all know too well the conservative nature with which the Avalon has characterized its existence. But don’t get me the wrong way, the Avalon has rather shied away from fashion and style fads in favor of comfort and no-nonsense design. However, things seem to be moving in the opposite direction with the 2013 design which brought about subtle changes including sporty handling and a stylish exterior design.

2017 Toyota Avalon exterior

Despite Toyota undertaking such a massive risk, the vehicle still managed to keep things alive and gave it a modern appeal and a pleasant driving character. In addition it comes with a serene and comfortable interior in addition to offering plenty of space for its passengers. Plenty of top-notch features are available even for its base, for instance, the base comes with fitted with upscale features like leather upholstery, keyless entry and ignition, and smartphone app integration.

Still, the new 2017 Toyota Avalon comes with some few features worth lamenting over. Most notable one is the firm ride quality that might upset traditional Avalon buyers. Fortunately though, the segment comes with a plethora of choices. They include Kia Cadenza 2017, 2017 Chevrolet Impala, and 2017 Chrysler 300 sedan.

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Toyota Avalon – Available Trims

For the 2017 Toyota Avalon, buyers should expect up to six trims: XLE, XLE Plus, XLE Premium, XLE Touring, Limited and top-of-the-line Touring Sport. The 2017 Toyota Avalon Hybrid is reviewed separately.

Interior Colors & Exterior Pictures – 2017 Toyota Avalon

Starting off the trim lineup is the base XLE trim that should be expected to come equipped with heated exterior mirrors, a four-way power front passenger seat, automatic headlights, telescopic-and-tilt steering wheel, 17” alloy wheels, full power accessories, automatic climate control (dual zone), and adaptive cruise control. Electronic features include an eight-speaker sound system, satellite and HD radio, a rearview camera, an auxiliary audio jack, iPod/USB interface, a 6.1” touchscreen interface, and an auxiliary audio jack.

2017 Toyota Avalon front
2017 Toyota Avalon front

The new XLE Plus adds the base’s equipment feature list and adds Connected Navigation Scout GPS Link, standard Entune Audio Plus system, new front grille, and a 7” display. We will update the list once we get hold of more information.

2017 Toyota Avalon back
2017 Toyota Avalon back

Picking the XLE Premium trim gets you a power sunroof, keyless entry and ignition, auto-dimming aftview camera, and LED headlights.

Opting for the XLE Touring gets you a nine-speaker sound system, smartphone app integration, 18” wheels, 7” infotainment screen, foglights, a navigation system, rear-cross traffic alert, driver memory settings, and blind-spot monitoring.

Nearing the top of the lineup is the XLE Touring Sport that adds ventilated leather upholstery, xenon headlights, black-colored alloy wheels, and dark-blue-piping-embedment on the seats.

The Limited comes bundled with heated rear seats, upgraded leather upholstery, automatic climate control (tri-zone), xenon headlights, an eight-way adjustable power front passenger seat, JBL premium sound system, a rear power sunshade, ventilated front seats, automatic wipers, upgraded leather upholstery, and driver power lumbar.

Engine Specs – 2017 Toyota Avalon

A carryover 3.5L V6 engine rated at 270 horsepower and 248 lbs. of torque comes beneath the 2017 Toyota Avalon hood. The power is transmitted via the six-speed automatic transmission to the front wheels.

2017 Toyota Avalon engine

During our test drive, the XLE model was able to sprint from 0-60 mph in 6.3 seconds, which is impressive going by what other models in the same segment offer.

As per the EPA ratings, expect anything around the existing model’s fuel economy ratings which stand at 21/30/24 mpg in the city/highway/combined.

Price & 2017 Toyota Avalon Release Date

Rumors allege that the 2017 Toyota Avalon’s release date is set for this fall. As for the price, this is what Toyota has provided: the XLE V6 starts at 33,485USD inclusive of the destination charge, the fresh XLE Plus – $35,235 including shipping charges, and $37,484 for the Avalon Hybrid model.

2017 Toyota Avalon release date
2017 Toyota Avalon release date

You could also download the online 2016 Avalon eBroncure to check the availability of the new accessories.

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New 2020 Toyota Corolla – Release Date, Specs & Info 

The new 2020 Toyota Corolla is intended to offer a thrilling experience, but its sensible blend of impressive fuel economy, a generous list of standard equipment and features, user-friendly controls, versatility and value make it a top choice for most small sedan shoppers. Its release date should be anticipated early 2020, probably in March or April, according to various sources privy of latest Corolla developments.

2020 Toyota Corolla exterior, side view, alloy wheels

The new model is the freshest in a line of top-selling Toyota sedans first introduced in the United States almost seven decades ago. It’s a soulless appliance, they will tell you, and is one of the chief reasons why the Corolla has difficulty in commanding bountiful respect from most car reviewers.  Where is the flare and excitement? Where are the styling cues? Where is the spirited performance? Are some of the questions that you might encounter if you dare call yourself a Corolla fanatic.

2020 Toyota Corolla rear view, red color, taillights and tailpipe

The Corolla, now in its 12th generation, has been one of Toyota’s best-selling sedans and the trend seems to continue even in the future judging by what Toyota has done with the 2020 model. It comes with plenty of strengths inside and out. Dare we say, the overall style is new and brings a refreshing appeal to the classically staid small sedan class. The audio and climate controls are well laid out and are easy-to-use. We also like the way the cabin offers adequate head- and legroom and even 6-footers will be thrilled to drive one for a weekend getaway.

2020 Toyota Corolla side view, headlights and alloy wheels

EPA fuel economy ratings are amazing and very few vehicles in its class would dare pose any competition there. Throw in a high-resale value, and you my friend, have got yourself the ingredients needed to claim a bragging right trophy.

2020 Toyota Corolla LE exterior, rear view, taillights, tailpipe and alloy wheels

Woo unto you if you value driver engagement, though. The Corolla might prove just the opposite depending on your prior driving experience with other cars in the segment. With all fairness, it is hardly inspiring once you get behind the wheel. Hopefully, for those who can’t live without the thrilling aspect of a car, there are various alternatives in the segment that can offer you just that. These Corolla bogeys include the frugal 2020 Ford Focus, the fuel-efficient 2020 Mazda 3, and the sporty 2020 Hyundai Elantra. Others in the segment include the 2020 Volkswagen Jetta, and the 2020 Honda Civic.

Offered Trims – Toyota Corolla

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Four main trim levels are offered for the five-passenger 2020 Toyota Corolla: L, LE, LE Eco, and the top-of-the-line S model.

Exterior Changes & 2020 Toyota Corolla Interior Review

2020 Toyota Corolla exterior, front view, white color, headlights and grille

Standard features and technologies offered for the Corolla L model include a rear folding 60/40-split seat, a telescopic-and-tilt steering wheel, LED low-beam headlights, 15” wheels, a USB port, Bluetooth audio and phone connectivity, Siri Eyes Free connectivity, a CD player, a six-way adjustable driver seat, powered accessories, a 6.1” touchscreen display, and voice controls.

2020 Toyota Corolla auto show, side view, alloy wheels

Upgrading to the Corolla LE adds smartphone navigation, a rearview camera, cruise control, keyless ignition and entry, 16” wheels, automatic climate control, metallic cabin accents, heated mirrors, Scout GPS Link app, and the Entune Plus audio system.

2020 Toyota Corolla interior, steering wheel, gear shift knob, lcd screen

The Corolla LE Plus, in addition to what the LE offers, adds an Entune App Suite mobile-app integration, a navigation system, Entune Premium audio system, a roof-mounted antenna, keyless ignition and entry, an optional sunroof, and an integrated navigation system.

2020 Toyota Corolla interior, leather front seats

The Corolla LE Eco hatchback further adds a rear spoiler, low-rolling-resistance tires, transmission tuning, enhanced aerodynamics, 16” alloy wheels, and color-keyed mirrors.

2020 Toyota Corolla interior, trunk

Finally, the sport-themed S Premium trim model completes the trim lineup with a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a rear spoiler, a chrome grille frame, a Sport driving mode, a trip computer, sport instrumentation, sport front seats, unique wheel covers, and a chrome exhaust tip. Toyota hasn’t made any comment about the S w/special edition, but they’ll sure do before its release date.

2020 Toyota Corolla Engine Specs

Under the hood of the 2020 Toyota Corolla is a 1.8L four-cylinder engine rated at 138 hp and 129 lbs. ft. of torque. The second version of the same engine is rated at 145 hp and 125 pounds-feet of torque. All the other trims apart from the six-speed-manual-configured Corolla L mode, come with a CVT. The four-speed automatic is offered as an option for CVT-configured models.

2020 Toyota Corolla engine

The four speed automatic, as per EPA should return fuel economy ratings of 26/35/30 mpg on the highway/city/combined, and 27/36/30 mpg for the six-speed versions.

2020 Toyota Corolla Release Date & Price

2020 Toyota Corolla Release date

Its release should be expected sometime in March of 2020. As for its price, expect an MSRP of around $17,230 and $2,100 more for the Corolla Hybrid model.


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