A couple of models are yet to be unveiled from the house of Toyota. The brand is busy at the moment revealing some of their 2016 line-ups. The latest entrant in the series is the Avalon and the XLE Plus Trim model.
In terms of innovation, the Avalon can hardly boast of any amazing features. It has received some minimalistic changes in its overall design, has a couple of new features to make it more technology friendly and safety features are upped to ensure a safe ride for the passengers.
For buyers looking forward to changing their Avalon, we can hardly recommend the same because for some minimal modifications there is a disproportionate price change. However, newbies who like to go for a Toyota car can comfortably opt for the 2016 edition.
Toyota has released official images of the Avalon and they announced that they have modified the front end. Ironically, the photos of the car had all been taken sideways and it doesn’t show anything of this so-called front exterior. If they are going to promote one of the components as the highlight of a model, probably the designers should consider taking the right pictures so that buyers and reviewers could get a clear idea of what to expect. Apart from the usual variants, a brand new trim line has been introduced.
The 2016 Avalon XLE Plus is available for the petrol version of the car and is upgradable from the standard trim level for people who opt for the hybrid version of the vehicle. With it, you get some amazing features like a 7-inch display to control the infotainment system, the Entune Audio Plus music system and the Connected Navigation Scout GPS link.
The last feature is aimed at frequent travellers and explorers who spend a lot of time driving the Avalon into unknown locations. If you need help, Toyota claims that their navigation link system will guide you back to a known location.
Safety Sense P is another brand new entrant into the world of Toyota which comes bundled with a bunch load of features including pre-collision system, dynamic radar cruise, high beams and lane departure warning with additional steering assist system. The new 2016 Toyota Avalon is powered by a 3.5 liter V6 engine which renders 268 horsepower and has a 248 pound feet of torque. It can move from 0 to 60 in seven seconds. The hybrid however doesn’t guarantee top speeds at the moment.