2022 Toyota Avalon – A huge automobile A large sedan, the 2022 Avalon is atop Toyota’s four-door lineup for the last year of production before its retirement. It’s a contender to the Lexus ES — which could be the reason it was axed–as in addition to Chrysler 300, the Nissan Maxima, and Chrysler 300.
2022 Toyota Avalon Review
It’s an excellent cruiser, and a fantastic fuel-sipper the Hybrid. It’s better than half of the sedans that are on new-car dealerships. We rate the final Avalon the TCC Score that is 6.8 /10. (Read more about our rating system for cars.) Death, mostly. The final Avalon is missing a lot of trims: It’s available with an XLE or Limited in gasoline-only form and as a Hybrid, it’s available with XLE, XSE Nightshade, and Limited trim. All-wheel-drive has been removed from the list of options.
Looking to dress for a night out in the city of the medium size you prefer The Avalon’s softly arched roofline appears to us to be elegant, and its high grille stretches against the boundaries of proportionality. The interior’s sweep of controls and touchscreen rival those in a Lexus, especially in leather-and-wood-trimmed Limited editions.
The impressive V-6 engine with 301 horsepower Avalon takes a step forward from the beginning, but the 215-hp hybrid is our choice because of its incredibly smooth performance. In either case, the acceleration does not take precedence over it being one of the more calm and controlled rides on the other side of a Disney children’s coaster. It’s not an adamantly smooth ride, but it’s unalterable.
The interior is spacious and has the space that four adults require and a fifth person isn’t anything to be unhappy about it’s a rarity in the world of sedans. The comfortable seats are made of genuine or synthetic leather, comes with power controls as well as the option of cooling and heating. The trunk’s not slow either, with a capacity of 16 cubic feet.
Safety is an Avalon feature that has been a big selling point, however “Poor” headlights have cost it the IIHS top Safety Pick nod. The car is still equipped with auto emergency brakes as well as adaptive cruise control and blind-spot monitoring, as well as the possibility of the surround-view camera option on the list of options.
2022 Toyota Avalon Price
The 2022 Toyota Avalon starts at $38,225. It features a standard sunroof with power features, as well as a 9.0-inch touchscreen that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The top of the line leather-lined Avalon Limited Hybrid with JBL audio and front seats that are cooled costs $50,000.