The Toyota Avalon full-movie car produced by Toyota in the United States, and Sedan flagship of Toyota in the Canada, United States, Puerto Rico and Middle East. Toyota Avalon was and produced in Australia 2000 until July 2005, it was replaced in November 2006 by the Toyota Aurion. The first Toyota Avalon rolled off assembly line in Georgetown, Kentucky, on February 21, 1994, as in 1995. Liberated the second-generation model in United States and Japan in 1999.
Toyota marketing Avalon Toyota guns, discontinued model for the American market in 1992. Although the guns was an upper-level midsize rear-wheel drive car with a straight-six engine, Avalon is front-wheel -drive, powered by V6 engine. In recent years, there has been considerable overlapping and its platform mate, the Toyota Camry V6 and the Lexus ES, although third-generation Avalon distinguished by extra legroom. To its fourth generation, Avalon was introduced on a platform that related Lexus ES. As of 2013, Toyota Avalon is available in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and the Middle East.
Toyota Avalon First Generation (XX10, 1994-1999)
The Avalon was something new introduced in the 1994 model year of 1995. Built in the same plant as the Camry, Avalon was based on a stretched Camry platform featuring a 3.0 liter 1MZ-FE V6 engine making 192 hp (140 kW) and 210 lb · ft (285 N · m) of torque.
The Toyota Avalon was available with a front bench seat six passengers seats, and steering column shifter was such a first aspect of the American car Toyota since 1982 Corona. The models XL witnessed how the other Toyota vehicles, and XLS models were similar ways Axle of other Toyota vehicles. Traction Control is optional. For 1997 model ABS became standard, the power rating increased to 200 hp (150 kW), and torque increased to 214 lb · ft (290 N · m). In 1997 for model year 1998 a refresh mid-cycle introduced by small updates rear fascias. And for 1998, the building’s Avalon was modified to improve safety while before seat-mounted side airbag became standard.
The first generation of Avalon sold in Japan as the right drive model, and it was only Toyopet Store locations. In Japan, it was largest front-wheel drive sedan at Toyopet Store locations, and sold by the side of the front-engine, the rear-drive Toyota Celsior, and was available in 3.0 and 3.0G grade levels, and the “Edition Coach” is available as an option starting in late 1997.
In 1999, Toyota passed the old tooling for the Toyota Avalon to Australia, which launched the Avalon as the model “all-new” in June 2000. The new Avalon Australian body had identical to the original 1994 Avalon. The Australian model is made up of the Melbourne suburb of Altona, made both drive right and the left-hand drive for the Middle East. The Camry and this tree. The Avalon was conducted in Australia, critics called the car “boring”, humble and sales. The Avalon was a front-wheel drive and is available only as a sedan with a V6 3.0-liter and automatic transmission. In contrast, its rivals intended, the Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore, were the rear wheel drive and offered a wider range of body styles to choose the engine / transmission.
The Toyota Avalon was updated in 2001 as “Mark II”, the range of model slightly revised and new hubcaps / alloy wheels fitted. The “Mark III” designation refers to the facelift models 2003 to 2005. Many consumers prefer Camry V6-powered instead of Avalon, and facelift 2003 failed to recover from lower than expected sales, with many criticizing the new styling front. Because of these concerns sales, Toyota Australia marketed it towards taxi fleets, against the Ford Falcon, specially developed dual-fuel (LPG and petrol) engine -compatible. Avalon production ceased in mid 2005. In November 2006, Toyota introduced its replacement, Toyota Aurion.
Toyota Avalon Second Generation (XX20, 1999-2004)
The second-generation of Toyota Avalon grew larger in almost every aspect. It was still based on the Camry platform stretched and powered by 3.0 liter 1MZ-FE V6 engine equipped with VVT-i, and related to the Toyota Sienna, Lexus RX300, Lexus ES, and Toyota Highlander, which makes 210 hp (157 kW) and 220 lb · ft (298 N · m). of torque and paired a automatic 4-speed. The styling remained conservative to appeal to older consumers coefficient of drag reduced to 0.28 Cd. This second-generation Avalon include a built-in 115V AC power inverter, car first such feature. This dropped the third-generation Avalon, but, Toyota Matrix, Sienna, and Scion models now offer such an inverter.
The Toyota Avalon received a facelift in mid-cycle for model year 2003, with a new grille and lights modified and taillights. The minor changes included woodgrain interior-style trimmed steering wheel for the XLS, an estimate of slightly modified, and chrome sign steering wheel added onto the XL (standard only once XLS).
This second-generation Avalon and exported to the Japanese market as Toyota Pronard, instead of the first generation sold as Avalon. The Japanese Toyota Pronard assigned from the Toyopet Store and was now only Toyota Vista Store locations. Because of poor sales, Toyota did not export the third-generation Avalon in Japan, so, the Toyota Pronard has been discontinued. In the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IHS) frontal crash test the Avalon received a “Good” overall score and “Good” in all six categories measured.
Toyota Avalon Third Generation (XX30, 2004-2012)
The Toyota Avalon and the monument to the public January 2005 North American International Auto Show. Toyota Avalon went on sale in February 2005. Toyota is reportedly cutting production development Avalon down 29.5 months to 18 months. This generation is not sold in Europe or Japan. The Toyota Avalon new was larger than in previous versions, and Calty styling and the coefficient of drag figure 0.29 Cd, Toyota Avalon and became the first to use a single piece of Wiper blade design. The bottom of the front bench seat option, one common factor among large sedans American such as Buicks and Cadillacs, and featured the semi-flat rear floor to help increase rear passenger comfort.
The Toyota Avalon was the first Toyota to use the Dual VVT-i US market in an all-new 3.5-liter 2GR-FE V6 engine that met Lev certificate and required output power of 280 hp (209 kW) with a 0-60 time of 6.0 seconds. The engine was mated to shift 5-speed automatic sequential. Because of changes in the assessment process Sae, power drops to 268 hp (200 kW) and torque dropped to 248 lb · ft (336 N · m) for model year 2006. Real power output did not change. The Toyota Avalon came in four trims: the standard (base) XL, Touring, XLS, and Limited. The XL model included 16 “alloy wheels, and some trims came to the larger 17” wheels. Performance-oriented tires fitted to Touring and Limited trims.
The Toyota Avalon XL included a two-weather automatic temperature controls and steering wheel-mounted audio regulatory climate. Touring trim offers faux aluminum and all-black leather interior, suspension sport is organized, unique wheels powder-coated gray, but the trunk lip-mounted spoiler. The Toyota Avalon XLS launch of a standard cargo nets, six-disc CD Changer, power sliding glass moonroof, the electrochromic auto dimming rear-view and driver side-view mirrors, four-way power passenger seat and HomeLink transceivers. The high-end Limited trim offered seats in air-air seat cushion length adjuster driver power, Smart Key System Toyota has keyless push-button start and entry, a peaceful spirit acoustic, rain-sensing asthma, wipers, an upgraded 12-speaker JBL audio system, “in glass” LED turn signals on the mirrors across a wood-trimmed steering wheel and shift lever gear. An optional navigation system was every trim level without the Toyota Avalon XL version. The Avalon had a rear flat floor design and reclining rear seats. The Vehicle Stability Control is optional on all trim levels. The other options included a keyless Remote Engine Start, rear power window sunshade and Limited models, the Dynamic Laser Cruise Control. HID lighting with auto-leveling standard on Touring and Limited grades.
Toyota Avalon Fourth Generation (XX40, 2012-present)
The Toyota Avalon was revealed at the New York International Auto Show in April 2012, based on the same platform as the Lexus ES. A new grille was part of the facelift headlights were now similar to the Camry. The controls inside of the tap touch technology instead of buttons. In June 2012, Toyota announced Avalon would offer a hybrid powertrain. The Avalon went on sale in the US at the beginning of December 2012.
Toyota Avalon Hybrid: The hybrid gasoline-electric model of the 2013 model year Avalon uses the revised Hybrid Synergy Drive power train Toyota, similar to the one powering 2012 model year Camry Hybrid. The US Environmental Protection Agency of the Hybrid Avalon 40 mpg-US (5.9 L / 100 km, 48 mpg-imp) on the combined cycle, 40 mpg-US (5.9 L / 100 km, 48 mpg-imp) on the city, and 39 mpg -US (6.0 L / 100 km, 47 mpg-imp) on highway driving. The hybrid version went on sale in the United States in December 2012. Avalon Hybrid comes with a 2.5 L inline-4 engine. If combined with the electric motor system has a total output of 200 BHP (149 kW). The Avalon Hybrid uses a 1.6 kWh sealed nickel-metal hydride traction battery, the same as the Hybrid Camry.
Toyota Avalon 2012 Concepts: The 2013 model year TRD Edition is a concept car developed by Toyota Racing Development. It includes a supercharged 3.5-liter V6 engine with Eaton Gen 6 televisions rotor assembly, six-speed automatic transmission, six-piston front & four-piston rear calipers, burgundy color body, tinted taillights, color-keyed grille and dual exhaust with polished mufflers, 19-inch wheels and Michelin 225 / 40R19 tires, a red stitching touch on the instrument and door panels, seats red stitching and accent piping and the JBL GreenEdge surround-sound.
The 2013 model year HV Edition is based on the hybrid model. It includes 19-inch wheels and Michelin Pilot Sport Super 225 / 40R19 tires, JBL GreenEdge surround-sound system and 15 speakers, hybrid-blue lights, turn signals, bright white electric blue body color and the suspension and braking system from the 2013 model year TRD Edition.
The 2013 model year Dub Edition includes a 22-inch-deep concave custom made satin black TIS wheels and Pirelli tires, lower sport suspension, custom body kit, tinted windows, taillights, emblems plush diamond patterned suede seats. It is made up of Dub Magazine.
Toyota Avalon Safety
The Toyota Avalon came standard with anti-lock brakes, EBA electricity, brake assist, dual front airbags, front row side chest airbag, front and rear side curtain airbag, and a driver knee airbag. For 2009 model Vehicle Stability Control, traction control became standard while active head restraints were added. In 2010, the Star Safety System added for the model 2011. The Toyota Avalon was based on 2009-10 Toyota vehicle recalls. 2011 and later models come standard with a brake system of the program.
The Toyota Avalon received a “Good” overall score in both the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IHS) frontal offset and side impact tests. In 2009, a new head restraints the IHS awarded the Avalon its Top Safety Pick accolade. “Good” rating in IHS roof strength test IHS earned 2011 model of the organization “Top Safety Pick 2010” call. The model 2011 and received the “Top Safety Pick 2011” recommendations.