Toyota Announces US Pricing for All-New Avalon

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Toyota Avalon Specs List
When launching a new model which specifically replaces another (one generation to another), the successor is the better car, and is usually slightly more expensive than the car it replaces. However, there are few exceptions to this rule, and one recent one is the new Toyota Avalon, redesigned for 2013.
While the old Avalon used to start at $33,195, this new model can be had for as low as $30,990, to which each buyer must add the processing and handling charge of $795. Prices rise to $41,400 for the top spec hybrid variant, powered by a 2.5-liter petrol engine, mated to a CVT gearbox which houses two electric motors, as well as a 244.8V battery, that boosts the total power output of the system to exactly 200 hp. Economy figures for the hybrid are respectable, with a combined rating of 40 MPG.

The other available engine for the Avalon is a 3.5-liter V6 unit, which puts out 268 hp. It is connected to a six-cog automatic gearbox and returns an average 25 MPG. Buyers can choose one of four trim levels, as well as a comprehensive list of extra kit.
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