Auto Shows 2019 Toyota Avalon First Look: The Next Big Toyota

18:52  15 january  2018
18:52  15 january  2018 Source:   motortrend.com

2018 Toyota Avalon

  2018 Toyota Avalon A comfortable cruiser that could make you look forward to retirement.The Avalon looks and drives like a large sedan, and in its higher-spec trim levels such as the $42,195 Limited model sampled here, its price even overlaps that of the Lexus ES sedan. The Lexus starts at $39,895 and shares the Avalon’s powertrains (a 268-hp V-6 or a four-cylinder hybrid making 200 horsepower) as well as much of its underlying structure.

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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.

As more Americans flock to SUVs, the number of automakers still competing in traditional sedan segments has shrunk. But Toyota still sees a market of buyers for full-size sedans and thus is rolling out a fifth-generation Avalon.

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  New Toyota Avalon Sedan Will Debut In January At NAIAS The recast full-size sedan will seek to stem the sharp sales decline of the current model.No further details have been released on the new car save for the teaser photo above, which shows some sharper lines and slimmer headlights similar to the new mid-size Toyota Camry. It also suggests the front fascia will sport a much larger air intake – factors we've also seen in spy photos from earlier this summer. The overall result would be an Avalon that has a bit more aggression in its style, something which could help give the conservative sedan some much-needed attention.

However, it looks like Toyota thinks otherwise. Not that long ago we managed to see the prototype for the future 2019 Toyota Avalon . This is one of the biggest unknown factors about the upcoming 2019 Toyota Avalon .

The new 2019 Toyota Avalon is set to be released in 2019 , and it is believed to have similar looks and styling like the 2018 year model with a bit more luxury in the interior part. Let us delve deeper into more expectations from the “ big boy” sedan.

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Because it rides on the same TNGA platform as the 2018 Camry, the redesigned 2019 Avalon also benefits from many of the Camry's advances in powertrain and platform engineering.

But perhaps what will make the most buzz in the post-CES climate is Toyota's decision to offer Apple CarPlay. Toyota had been in a legal snarl with Apple and Google about their refusal to fully disclose the workings and security protocols of their back-end programming, so Toyota had been using its own proprietary Entune software—with mixed results.

By offering Avalon with CarPlay, it appears Toyota has smoothed things over with Apple. As for Google/Android devices, however, Toyota's press release says the Avalon will integrate smart watches with Alexa-enabled voice connectivity—which works with either Apple or Android devices. But the automaker won't offer Android Auto with the Avalon's 9.0-inch infotainment screen—which can be pinched and flicked like a smartphone.

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Toyota ’s big sedan, the Avalon , will soon receive a redesign. The current model was introduced for 2013 and we’re expecting this new one for 2019 . That means we’re likely to see a reveal early next year.

Toyota 's biggest sedan gains a full battery of tech features, including adaptive suspension Either way, it might not embarrass itself in the twisties thanks to Toyota 's Adaptive Variable Suspension, a first for the car. Toyota has told us that the 2019 Avalon will go on sale in late Spring of this year

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Toyota also refers to the Avalon's infotainment system as "Entune 3.0," so it might not be giving up on the proprietary-software game entirely. Entune will allow connected services for safety and vehicle service, and it features an available Wi-Fi hot spot powered by Verizon. Should you wish to crank the stereo, the standard audio system has 14 speakers, and the optional version boasts a 1,200-watt, 7.1-channel JBL system that uses Clari-Fi to fill in data lost by media compression software.

In addition to the central console's infotainment system, the Avalon has a 7.0-inch display in the instrument cluster to show vehicle information, navigation steps, and various vehicle and safety settings. In addition to the analog speedometer, the Avalon includes a digital speedometer in the central display menu.

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The 2019 Avalon's design features more creases and angularity—perhaps following the Nissan Maxima ever so slightly—and is longer, lower, and wider than before. Its new design features a slippery 0.27 Cd.

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Toyota engineers are currently out testing the next generation of the Avalon , with the 2019 model having recently been spotted by our spy shooters.

This big flagship sedan is now in its fifth generation and continues to be made in America. Here are five things you need to know about the 2019 Toyota Avalon The new Avalon will get a multi-link rear suspension and, for the first time ever on a Toyota , it will be available with an adaptive variable

Inside the Avalon's expected wood-and-leather ghetto, the center console includes an "e-bin" with a 12-volt plug, three USB power ports (the Avalon has five in total), and a standard Qi wireless device charger. Toyota also designed one of the Avalon's center-console cupholders to double as a device holder.

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On the driving front, the 2019 Avalon will offer an upgraded version of Toyota's 3.5-liter V-6 as well as the four-cylinder hybrid powertrain also offered in the Camry.

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The fifth generation Toyota Avalon has been unveiled for the public at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show. Acura might be calling the 2019 RDX that will premiere in Detroit next week a prototype, but as you can see for yourself in these first of

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Although Toyota did not give exact power figures for the engines, both are similar dimensionally and have identical compression ratios to the Camry's powerplants: 301 hp and 267 lb-ft for the 2GR-FKS V-6 and 203 hp and 184 lb-ft for the A25A-FXS four-banger hybrid.

The front-drive V-6 is mated to an eight-speed torque-converter automatic transmission; Touring and XSE models get steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters with rev-matching downshifts. The hybrid uses a CVT, and its batteries are now mounted under the back seat instead of the trunk.

The Avalon has never been a sporty sedan—especially given its typically geriatric buyer demographic—but that isn't stopping Toyota from trying to give the sedan a bit more snap. The 2019 model offers active variable suspension with adaptive damping, front and rear G sensors, and independent wheel control via shock-mounted solenoid control valves. Toyota says the system can choose from 650 damping steps in 20 milliseconds. The old rear suspension setup of a dual-link MacPherson strut has been replaced by a multilink setup, which has widened the track and lowered the Avalon's center of gravity.

To further crank up the fun, the Avalon has active noise control, an intake sound generator, and engine sound enhancement. All trims get Eco, Normal, and Sport modes, and Touring trims also get a Sport+ setting. We'll have to drive the Avalon to tell you if any of these make any difference to the driving experience.

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On the safety front, standard features include pedestrian detection, radar cruise control, lane departure alert with steering assist, automatic high-beams, 10 airbags, stability control, traction control, ABS with brake assist and electronic brake-force distribution, and a standard backup camera.

The 2019 Avalon will go on sale in late spring. Pricing was not announced.

Refreshing or Revolting: 2019 Toyota RAV4 .
Toyota took risks—did they pay off?Whether you like the new design, Toyota deserves credit for taking risks and going for a totally different look. We see some of the biggest design changes up front. The previous-generation RAV4 featured a rounded face, but the new model has a squared-off front end. New headlights complement the more aggressive, sharply defined grille. The look reminds us a lot of the Tacoma, especially the Adventure trim model. Toyota also positioned the foglights higher up on the front fascia. Overall, we'd say the RAV4's front end looks much more athletic than before.

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