2016 Toyota Avalon XLE
- 21 City
- 30 Hwy
- Fuel TypeGas
- Cargo453 L (16 cu.ft.)
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2016 Toyota Avalon Buyer's Guide
The 2016 Toyota Avalon is a large sedan with seating for five passengers that serves as the brand's flagship model. Its good looks and competitive power specs, along with Toyota's reputation for reliability, give the Avalon the potential to steal some sales from the entry-level luxury market without entering into direct competition with more upscale and expensive models from traditional luxury brands. The Avalon is thoughtfully equipped with five trim levels and a generous menu of upscale features. Its design remains typically conservative for the brand although a touch more stylish. This generation of the Toyota Avalon was introduced in 2013, and it has undergone some minor revisions for the 2016 model year. It has steadily been a solid performer for the Toyota brand.
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- Navigation system
- Blind spot monitoring system
- Upgraded audio system
- Tri-zone automatic climate control
- Upgraded leather upholstery
- Ventilated front seats
- Heated rear seats
- 17-inch wheels
- Dual automatic climate control
- Leather upholstery
- Heated seats
What makes it move?
For 2016, the Toyota Avalon features a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that provides the sedan with a peppy 268 horsepower and 248 lb-ft of torque, which offer plenty of power to accommodate the Avalon's size and compete with other vehicles in the segment. The Toyota Avalon is front-wheel drive, putting power to the ground by way of a six-speed automatic transmission. Its fuel economy ratings are competitive for a large sedan, checking in at 21 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway.
Why buy the 2016 Toyota Avalon?
Though the 2016 Toyota Avalon isn't classified as a luxury car, it was designed to provide many of the same benefits at a much more accessible price. For 2016, the Avalon was treated to a wider, more aggressive front grille, and updated lighting in the front and back. Toyota also added a new trim level, the XLE Plus, bringing the total to five. The suspension has also been updated. Most models now get a cushier ride, but the Touring model's been tuned for a sportier feel. The 2016 Toyota Avalon provides plenty of horsepower for solid and steady throttle response, and the interior is spacious, with comfortable seats and high-quality finishes. Buyers who want a near-luxury experience on a lower budget should consider the 2016 Toyota Avalon.