Elegance and reliable performance go hand in hand with the 2020 Toyota Avalon with its full slate of standard features for a comfortable ride.
The Avalon has helped Toyota penetrate the mid-size sedan market with its ample offerings and attractive price tag.
The popular Avalon by Toyota is mirrored by its impeccable reputation for reliability, coupled with its long list of standard features.
Toyota’s popular Avalon sedan boasts a roomy interior that can hold five, adorned with all the features that assure a comfortable transit, whether that’s into the office or out on a weekend getaway.
The Toyota Avalon is a well-equipped sedan that offers all the amenities that you’d ever dream of wanting, while being backed by one of the most reputable carmakers in the industry.
A passenger sedan, the 2014 Toyota Avalon is a full-size vehicle built with quality, reliability, and comfort in mind.
Completely re-designed, the 2013 Toyota Avalon is a full-size sedan powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 268 hp and 248 lb-ft of torque.
Fresh off of last year's redesign, the full-size 2012 Toyota Avalon sedan is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 268 hp and 248 lb-ft of torque.
Redesigned for this year, the 2011 Toyota Avalon is the brand's flagship sedan with increased comfort, technology, and safety.
A premium full-size sedan that serves as the flagship for Toyota, the 2010 Toyota Avalon seats five passengers, is slightly larger than the Camry, and is available in three well-equipped trims.
Full-size but fuel-efficient, the 2009 Toyota Avalon four-door sedan provides luxury, safety and performance with under-stated refinement.
The 2008 Toyota Avalon, a premium full-size sedan, has a new six-speed automatic transmission and light updates to the exterior styling.
The 2007 Toyota Avalon, a full-size sedan with seating for four, is the flagship vehicle and comes loaded with great standard safety features such as seat-mounted side-impact and side curtain airbags.
The 2006 Toyota Avalon is a full-size five-passenger sedan that sits as the flagship of the model lineup and is well-equipped across all trims.
A full-size premium sedan, the 2005 Toyota Avalon is nicely equipped and seats five passengers.
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The 1998 Avalon would receive new head and tail lamps, a new front grille and trunk lid, new pre-tensioner seatbelts and new side-impact airbags. For the 1999 Avalon, Toyota added daytime running lights and powered mirrors to the Avalon. A roomier and more powerful car was built for the 2000 Avalon, boasting new interior and exterior styling, updated safety features, improved engine power and a smoother drive. The only update for 2001 was the addition of an emergency trunk release handle.
No major updates were in store for 2002. But in 2003, a new grille was added alongside updated tail lamps, bumpers and new dual-stage airbags and child safety seat anchor points. No changes were made for 2004, with a completely redesigned model being issued in 2005. Trim level updates marked the only changes for 2006-2007. Updated front fascias, new headlamps, a new remote entry system and a more efficient braking system were the only changes for 2008. For 2009, the Avalon got stability control and active whiplash reducing features added as standard equipment. Rear express up/down windows were the big update for 2010.
A new front and rear style, a brand new dashboard and tweaks to standard features were the only updates for 2011. There were not any updates for 2012, with Toyota releasing a completely redesigned Avalon for 2013. It would enter 2014 relatively unchanged.