Debuting today at the Chicago Auto Show, the 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid is a progression of the model we by now know. It features revise styling that is just a touch sportier than the model it replaces, and comes full with updated equipment.
2016 – Toyota Avalon Hybrid
Exterior and Interior
Change is limited to new front- as well as rear-ends styling with an extensive and lowers front grille, new turn signal and redesigned LED tail lights. The change join updated 17- and 18-inch wheel, depending upon which of five V-6 or else three Hybrid trim you choose for. The look is the similar for the XLE, XLE Premium XLE Plus, and Limited trim, only changing while you decide the Touring trim, while that front grille as well as bumper is replaced by a sportier edition. There is as well a new chrome back bumper accent that all models now wear.
2016 – Toyota Avalon Hybrid Interior
Inside, all 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid now obtain gray accent edging with the light gray interior, while the XLE plus XLE Plus trims get new wood grain dashboard tidy, the 7-inch Entune Audio Plus multimedia screen as well as a tire-specific tire-pressure monitor system. The XLE Premium score now adds Entune Premium audio with steering and Toyota’s application suite, as well as Qi wireless charge as standard.
The powertrains are unaffected from the preceding Avalon, with the similar 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 as normal, powering the front wheels throughout a six-speed automatic broadcast. For the fuel-economy mind, the Hybrid version use Toyota’s Synergy Drive, combination a 156-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with electric drive system. The only mechanical difference for the 2016 model are the switch to two accessible suspension tune — all models utilize a new tuned suspension intended at a more comfy ride
Price and Release Date of 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid
The refreshed 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid should hit dealership sometime this fall. Given this is just a easy refresh, I don’t anticipate to see a huge jump in cost from the 2015 model’s $32,285 base MSRP.
2016 – Toyota Avalon Hybrid Rear View
Toyota wowed crowd when it unveil the last edition of its Avalon large sedan at the New York worldwide Auto Show in 2012, turning the large sedan from something frumpy as well as boring into a classy, expressively styled cruiser. It’s time for an revise, so Toyota is trot out the invigorated 2016 Toyota Avalon Hybrid at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show, give the car a very, extremely mild makeover within and out — good thing the present model by now looks appealing.