2016 Toyota Avalon Changes
Toyota Avalon 2016 sedan has been first presented at the world-known Auto Show in Chicago in 2015. The sedan has been restyled, with improved handling, innovative LED headlights, and superior ergonomics.
The fourth-generation Toyota Avalon was first presented in 2012. At that time the car became a bestseller among midsize sedans. Without a doubt, Avalon became one of the most promising four-seater that Toyota has ever created. The Japanese manufacturer has managed to attract buyers who otherwise would have gone past the Toyota model and turned their attention to a more dynamic model.
In the updated version you can notice a distinctive change in the modernized model. In front of the emphasis there is the renewal of the grille. It is lower and wider having narrow strips for extra ventilation. Designers also have focused on the LED turn signals and headlights head. Such a decision can be seen on models in various price categories, including and not very expensive ones.
The interior also has not remained intact. Dark gray tones predominate stringent in the interiors, creating a lasting impression of business class car. All supplements actually come as standard.
The interior design of the renewed car has remained nearly the same as before the redesign. Nevertheless, all indications show that the Japanese have invested great effort in reconfiguring all other parts of the reorganized sedan. All Avalon dedicated owners appreciate the car for this very quality.
On more expensive 2016 Toyota Avalon specifications, such as XLE, XLE Premium, XLE, 17 “or 18” wheels, 7 “screen Entune Audio Plus, practical tire pressure checking system, a new sports front, LED daytime running lights, wireless charging will be installed. In addition, Toyota Avalon expensive modifications will have automatic-beam assistant, modernized adaptive cruise control, improved pre-collision safety system. The entire set of electronic assistants is available in top-end limited versions.
For the USA market the vehicle is only available in two engines. 3.5-liter V6 rated at 268 hp and 200 strong 2.5-liter hybrid. They have everything in order with engines, but Toyota have decided not to stop there and retuned suspension for modifications from the XLE Limited version. This will make a ride on a sedan more active.
Among the principal Toyota Avalon 2016 rivals are the Hyundai Azera and Buick LaCrosse.