|Pricing||$36,275 - $43,550|
|Engines||2.5l I4 HEV, 3.5l V6|
|Fuel Economy||22-43 (city), 31-44 (highway)|
AWD models dropped. 2022 is the last model year for Avalon.
What would a premium midsize sedan look like if it covered an incredibly wide gamut of customer choices, from the silken yet spirited character of a 301-horsepower V6 to the manufacturer-projected EPA-estimated range rating of 44 miles per gallon fuel efficiency of a hybrid version, and from the traction of available new all-wheel drive to the track-tuned handling of a model developed by the motorsports division? It would look exactly like the 2021 Toyota Avalon. The...Read.
|Avalon XLE||2||3.5l V6 (301-bhp)||A8||FWD||22 / 32 / 26||63||$36,275|
|Avalon Hybrid XLE||2||2.5l I4 HEV (215-bhp)||CVT||FWD||43 / 44 / 44||53||$37,250|
|Avalon XSE Nightshade||2||3.5l V6 (301-bhp)||A8||FWD||22 / 31 / 25||68||$40,600|
|Avalon Hybrid XSE||2||2.5l I4 HEV (215-bhp)||CVT||FWD||43 / 43 / 43||54||$40,600|
|Avalon Touring||2||3.5l V6 (301-bhp)||A8||FWD||22 / 31 / 25||66||$42,975|
|Avalon Limited||4||3.5l V6 (301-bhp)||A8||FWD||22 / 31 / 25||64||$42,575|
|Avalon Hybrid Limited||4||2.5l I4 HEV (215-bhp)||CVT||FWD||43 / 43 / 43||54||$43,550|