Toyota is betting big on the 2019 Avalon, debuting controversial new styling, lashings of cabin tech, a frugal hybrid, and safety features you might otherwise expect to pay a considerable premium for. It’s a big improvement, but then again it needs to be. Read on for five things about the 2019 Toyota Avalon that you really need to know.
The 2019 Avalon is a car of two halves
It’s fair to say that, across all its previous four generations, the Avalon hasn’t exactly been a design icon. That’s even more odd when you consider the concept car that introduced the name back in 1991. For the 2019 Avalon, Toyota is trying something new.
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