The 2014 Toyota Avalon certainly looks much better than any new Toyota we have seen so far, with unique styling elements that inspired the new 2015 Toyota Camry, a new radiator grill which looks similar to the Ford Fusion, and a more aggressive sporty appearance overall.
The fourth generation 2014 Toyota Avalon is Toyota’s flagship sedan which makes for the most luxurious Toyota on the market, similar to Lexus models. The 2014 Toyota Avalon will come in four trim levels: S, SE, SE Plus, and SE Limited. The Avalon was introduced at the New York Auto Show which was a huge shocker to people, since they have been used to seeing below par designs from Toyota for so long. This car is by no means another ugly car to go in the Toyota record book.
The 2014 Toyota Avalon was designed with these keywords as basis “Design and driving enthusiasm” which go a long way in telling the market, that Toyota is aiming for a younger more enthusiastic market to buy the Avalon. To remedy the performance issues, Toyota added a 3.5 liter V-6 engine that powers this luxury front-wheel Toyota delivers a good 268 hp.
The Avalon has been a really famous car in Saudi Arabia, attracting a lot of customers looking for Toyota luxury, but never got enough performance or looks out of the Toyota Avalon. 0-100 km/h well take 8.2 seconds and will get you 17 km/L in the Hybrid version and 21 city / 31 highway for the petrol engine. The steering wheel feel has been improved and refined to add a humanistic feel that was absent in older models, you will also get a lot of new features like the power rear sunshade and whole lot of rear legroom!
With Toyotas new Camry set to be released in 2015, we can definitely tell that they are trying to fix their design values and aim for something sleeker and smoother. The Interior of the 2014 Toyota Avalon is truly stunning, and not short of praise from its German competitors which really makes this package hard to resist in the books of anyone looking for a proper reliable sedan. You might want to check out a cheaper but just as good equivalent The 2015 Hyundai Sonata