Although Toyota has chosen to remain calm the 2019 Toyota Avalon, it seems that the new model will eventually abandon the old platform K. On the contrary, the car will become the latest Toyota TNGA architecture. This is a totally modular style that was originally used in the Prius. Thanks to this, the new 2019 Toyota Avalon will lose north of 100 pounds and will be structurally stiffer than in the past. This should help make the car safer in case of an accident and drive much better. At that time, it also seems that the equipment in service will be modified with new dampers and springs. The car could also get bigger brakes, but this may be true for its main final variations. With the new platform, the new 2019 Toyota Avalon will also grow. The car will be a little wider than before, even if it will be lower. In addition, thanks to a longer wheelbase, it must appear more massive without endangering the interior area.
Exterior and Interior
The first thing that can be skipped is at the front of the car or rather at the front of the car. Of course, I’m talking about the grid, which is increasing in size compared to the fourth generation’s main contribution. And that says something, because the old grid was already big enough. In contrast, the grid of the model year 2019 Toyota Avalon is frankly astronomical in its scale, dominating the entire nose of the car with a single insertion of endless black mesh. Toyota says the front favors “aerodynamic efficiency, cooling and pedestrian protection,” but we can not see anything beyond this incredibly large grid. Of course, the style is always subjective, and we will take a striking design and get something annoying out of the wall any day of the week, so it’s up to the individual to decide whether it works or not. . Pass it through the grille without accidentally falling out or going astray, and you’ll find thin side entrances at the corners of the bumper, features that Toyota says are truly functional for aeronautical efficiency. The cantilevers are now shorter, while the headlamps are crisp and geometric, and offer three individual reflectors: one for daytime running lights, one for low beam and third for position lights. There are also curve fit lamps for better visibility around turns and LED elements available for high beam, in addition to dynamic turn signals for an extra touch of illumination. At the top, an aluminum hood weighs a little more on the nose. As we move towards the side of the car, we find a double set of character lines, one upper and one lower, both of which contribute to the visual strength of the car. The size of the wheel varies between 17 and 19 inches, with a selection of interesting designs to choose from. On the back, there is a continuous design style “aero end” for the taillights, again with LEDs for the lighting element. A subtle rear wing is also available, depending on the level of equipment. All in all, the updates give the 2019 Toyota Avalon a new and exclusive look, eliminating the rounded look of the previous model in favor of sharper outlines and elements that are a bit reminiscent of what the Toyota design team is doing in the Lexus estate. The improvements also make the 2019 Toyota Avalon more aerodynamically efficient, reducing the drag coefficient to 0.27 compared to the previous model of 0.28. And that’s always a good thing, and it should come from the same company that makes the highly aerodynamic Prius. Although most 2019 Toyota Avalon lines are identical, there are some small differences in color and style that differentiate the different trim levels. For example, with the XLE and Touring models, the grid is gray and chrome, while XSE and Touring become black like the piano. The new exterior colors for the 2019 model year include Opulent Amber and Harbor Gray Metallic, while the rest of the paint options include Celestial Silver Metallic, Midnight Black Metallic and Parisian Night Pearl. Toyota has also added two new colors outside the range of models, offering Wind Chill Pearl and Ruby Flare Pearl to complete. Finally, according to the tradition of a luxury model like the 2019 Toyota Avalon, the exterior dimensions are longer, wider and lower this time, measuring 113 inches for the wheelbase, 196 inches for the total length, 72.8 inches for the total width and 56.5 inches for the total height.
Of course, the larger dimensions outside the car also translate into larger dimensions. Toyota says the rear cockpit has been extended by 7 inches, and the 2019 Toyota Avalon now has a trio of internal measures to better segment, including the larger shoulder margin (57.1 inches), the more room for legs (up to 40.4 inches) and the largest free space (up to 37.5 inches). The design has also changed, and now it seems a lot more exclusive than before. The center console is now a single coherent unit that extends upward from the center tunnel and onto the board. In general, we do not like the appearance of a standalone infotainment screen because it is usually added (and sticky, too). This, however, is different. We like how the design looks vertically towards the central tunnel or the windshield, a good choice, Toyota. Of course, the larger dimensions outside the car also translate into larger dimensions. Toyota says the rear cockpit has been extended by 7 inches and the 2019 Toyota Avalon now has three better interior measurements, including the largest shoulder area (57.1 inches). up to 40.4 inches) and the largest free space (up to 37.5 inches). The design has also changed, and now it seems a lot more exclusive than before. The center console is now a single coherent unit that extends upward from the center tunnel and onto the board. In general, we do not like the appearance of a standalone infotainment screen because it is usually added (and sticky, too). This, however, is different. We love how the design looks vertically towards the central tunnel or towards the windshield, a good choice out there, Toyota.
Advancing in the 2019 Toyota Avalon is once again a 3.5 liter V-6 engine, but this time the engine is “new” gives more power and returns better mpg thanks to features such as refurbished direct D-4S . fuel injection system and an updated variable valve system. Exact numbers have not been released yet, but for now, we know the outgoing 2019 Toyota Avalon has 268 horsepower and 248 pounds of torque. That said, the new V-6 produces about 300 horsepower and 270 pounds of torque on the Camry. He therefore expects figures somewhere in this stage. A new eight speed transmission now directs the output to the front axle replacing the six speed unit of the previous model. Alternatively, buyers can get theirs with a hybrid motivation. If this discovery preferred more environmentally friendly solution, you the V-6 abandoned in favor of a 2.5 liter electric engine with four cylinders and 650 volts, which is connected to a continuously variable transmission for greater motivation on the front axle. Toyota says the 2019 Toyota Avalon is the only “hybrid” in the segment, and green buyers are also enjoying the hybrid sport mode, which adds an extra dose of electrical impulse to help you get the last parking spot at Whole Foods . There are even paddles mounted on the steering wheel for a more practical approach to challenging the CVT.
Price and Release Date
The 2019 Toyota Avalon sedan has been on the market since 2013. For a booming market, like this one, this time is certainly extended. The work has really started, but with the many changes underway, we will not see the new 2019 Toyota Avalon throughout the year. The Japanese producer will continue with tests that will extend to the winter season. The launch of 2019 Toyota Avalon will take place in the first months of next year and sales will begin during the summer season. The car will come as 2019 MY. Thinking that the new 2019 Toyota Avalon brand is being treated the same way as Camry a few months ago, a price increase is expected. Camry’s price has been increased by nearly $ 1,000 along the pads, and the price has gone up further with each better equipped trim. Most likely, we are more in the same situation with 2019 Toyota Avalon. He wants the MSRP for the 2019 Toyota Avalon entry level to be $ 34,000.