Toyota Avalon

Toyota Avalon


Toyota Avalon is a large E-Class car (according to the European classification). It was developed in 1994, and since then four generations has succeeded one another. For Avalon the platform Toyota K was used. It is also known on such cars as Camry, Venza, Sienna, Lexus ES/RX and others. In Toyota model range, Avalon is situated between Toyota Camry and large Toyota Crown. In the North America Avalon is the flagship car of Toyota. Its competitors are Ford Taurus/Falcon, Chrysler 300, Lincoln MKZ, Dodge Charger, Nissan Maxima, Hyundai Genesis, Acura TL, Kia Cadenza, Renault Latitude and other full-size cars.

Toyota Avalon engines are not that various. Mainly they are V6. The first versions of such engines were 3-liter 1MZ-FE, while the recent models were equipped with 3,5-liter 2GR-FE. Along with that, for the fourth generation 2.5L straight 4 cylinder engine 2AR was produced also. It was meant for Toyota Avalon Hybrid.
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List of Toyota Avalon models:

1 Generation, XX10 (1994 – 1999):
Toyota Avalon (192 HP) – 3.0 L

Toyota Avalon (200 HP) – 3.0 L

2 Generation, XX20 (1999 – 2004):
Toyota Avalon (213 HP) – 3.0 L

3 Generation, XX30 (2004 – 2012):
Toyota Avalon (268 HP) – 3.5 L

Toyota Avalon (284 HP) – 3.5 L

4 Generation, XX40 (2012 – present):
Toyota Avalon Hybrid (154 HP) – 2.5 L

Toyota Avalon (277 HP) – 3.5 L



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