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Are you looking for a comfortable and classy large sedan? Look no further. The newly redesigned 2019 Toyota Avalon is vastly different in almost every measurable way. In fact, the Avalon is unique to most cars – and a great option if you appreciate the performance and perspective of sedans. And for those who may be looking to switch from traditional crossover choices, the 2019 Toyota Avalon includes advanced infotainment and technology features, a sporty design, luxurious amenities, interior room, and (of course) that whisper-quiet cabin. When it comes to the art of large sedans, the 2019 Toyota Avalon is simply one of the best in its class.
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The 2019 Toyota Avalon has been given a total makeover, featuring a more powerful engine, upgraded interior, and a new exterior design featuring a larger grille. That grille showcases the Avalon's more aggressive and modern personality. Inside, the 2019 Avalon upholds its reputation for quiet and spacious comfort, while also adding new technology like Apple CarPlay.
Two new powertrains are featured with the 2019 Toyota Avalon: a 3.5L V6 with eight-speed automatic transmission, and a four-cylinder hybrid alternative with CVT. The result is capable power from 301 hp (V6) and a more exciting driving experience most large-sedan shoppers will love!
While virtually everything about the 2019 Avalon has changed, one important feature hasn't: interior quiet and comfort. The cabin is lush and luxurious – a perfect midway experience between Toyota and Lexus. Materials are elegant with wood trim and seating surface options that span from leather trim to suede and Softex® material.
The 2019 Avalon offers a luxurious cabin with plenty of room to stretch out. The back row is especially roomy, featuring 57.1 inches of shoulder room, over 40 inches of leg room, and more than 37 inches of headroom (Hybrid and V6 models). For things to bring, the 2019 Avalon features a trunk that measures 16 cubic feet and comes with a 60/40 split rear seat.
Despite their popularity, for years Toyota skipped over Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration into its infotainment system. That has changed – at least partially – with the 2019 Avalon. All Avalons now come equipped with Apple CarPlay, but not Android Auto.The Avalon also features five USB ports. As with most Toyotas, the Avalon boasts a long list of advanced driving features such as adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking , lane departure warning, and lane keeping assist. Blind-spot monitoring has also been added as standard equipment on the 2019 Avalon.
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The 2019 Avalon and Toyota Camry may be from the same platform, but Toyota has created distinct differences between the two sedans. The exterior looks fun and sporty compared to the Avalon's more conservative styling (large grille notwithstanding). And while the 2019 Avalon is larger, with more features and a more luxurious cabin, the Camry offers almost as much room and competitive fuel economy. The base 2019 Avalon XLE comes with a 3.5L V6 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission that delivers an EPA-estimated 26 combined mpg.
Last updated in 2018, the Honda Accord is a fresh alternative to the Toyota Avalon. While it's a smaller midsize sedan (compared to the Avalon's large sedan designation) the Accord lives large with plenty of room inside the cabin for its class. The 2019 Honda Accord equipped with a four-cylinder 2.0L engine and automatic transmission gets an EPA-estimated 27 mpg combined.
As one of the few large sedans left to buy, the 2019 Avalon and Kia Cadenza often wind going head-to-head for purchase consideration. Both offer spacious and luxurious interiors, as well as long lists of features and technology. The 2019 Avalon, however, is actually more powerful, thanks to a new 3.5L V6 engine . The 2019 Cadenza is powered by a 3.3L V6 engine that gets an EPA-estimated 23 combined mpg.
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The base model features 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic LED headlights, dual-zone automatic climate control, power-adjustable front seats with heat, Bluetooth, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and a 9-inch touchscreen monitor with rearview camera. All Avalons also come with Toyota's Entune infotainment system, Apple CarPlay, and an eight-speaker audio system.
The Limited makes several performance, comfort and technology upgrades, including standard 18-inch wheels, exterior lighting, and a sunroof. Inside, the Limited features a head-up display, leather upholstery, ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, wood interior trim, a wireless charging pad, built-in navigation system and a 14-speaker premium JBL audio system.
As the sport trim in the lineup, the XSE gets 19-inch wheels, piano black exterior highlights, a rear spoiler, sport exhaust, paddle shifters, and more.
The top trim gets all the bells and whistles, including a synthetic leather upholstery with suede inserts, adaptive suspension, Sport+ drive mode, and sport exhaust.
Celestial Silver Metallic
Harbor Gray Metallic
Midnight Black Metallic
Parisian Night Pearl
Ruby Flare Pearl
Wind Chill Pearl
Black Softex + Ultrasuede
Gray Softex + Ultrasuede
Gray Leather Trim
Cognac Leather Trim
Beige Leather Trim