Model Overview Toyota Avalon 2018
Following a total overhaul in 2013, Toyota Avalon is essentially repeated with only minor modifications. The main changes have been updated in 2016 and the addition of Toyota Safety Sense (TSS-P) as a standard feature in 2017. For 2018, we expect that the vehicle continues without major updates.
With the expectation of a delay, finding practically no change in or outside Avalon. It will maintain an elegant body but its aging and spacious interior is surprisingly luxurious for Toyota. For buyers looking for something new, complete redefinition is expected by 2019.
No expected changes to standard department features. Discover the basic XLE to continue with standard 17-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate, leather seats, heated front seats and electric front seats. More gift seeking buyers can opt for XLE Plus, XLE Premium Touring or Limited versions.
No major updates are available for the car powertrain, as we expect the same 3.5-liter V6 under the hood with 268 horsepower and 248 lb-ft of torque. Inside the car today, the engine is coupled with a six-speed automatic transmission that provides power to the front wheels.
No changes are expected in the security service, Avalon must continue to wear his IIHS Top Safety Select designation. The only thing that holds the car when the Top Safety Pick + appointment is the lamp, which has received the “marginal note”. And with TSS-P, which includes automatic emergency braking as a standard feature, it does not require the expensive option of additional packages for this excellent rating.
Expect complete close review to start.
Price and release date
2018 Toyota Avalon is expected to arrive in August 2017.
As a delay, we do not expect that the MSRP price deviates too much from the current model, which ranges from $ 34,181 to $ 41,985 (destination costs included).
In this range, Avalon battles against LaCrosse (32 990 $ for 44 $ 190) and Hyundai Azera (34 995 $ 40 195 $).