Toyota gave their flagship sedan, the Avalon, a few touch ups for the 2016 model year. The retouched model debuted at the Chicago Auto Show. The current, fourth generation entered the market in 2012. Designers went mad over how good the model looked in 2012’s redesign and they’ve outdone themselves once again.
The most obvious change is the wider, lower grille and the far narrower upper grille. Turn signals replace the fog lights and the taillights are now LED. Just under that is a chrome rear bumper accent. A light gray interior meshes with gray accent stitching inside.
There are five trims available for 2016: XLE, XLE Plus, XLE Premium, Limited, and Touring. The hybrid comes in three trims: XLE Plus, Premium, and Limited. Dark gray, 18 inch alloy wheels, and advanced safety features, like the lane departure warning system and pre-collision system, come standard on the Touring model.
The standard models (XLE, XLE Plus) feature a premium wood-grain dash, tire pressure monitoring system, and redesigned 17 inch alloy wheels. Toyota has covered their bases on all models for the upcoming model year to ensure customers can ride in style. The 2016 Toyota Avalon hits lots this fall.