This year, the Toyota Avalon has been completely overhauled, both the gas-only model and the Avalon Hybrid. The finished product is an absolutely stunning 2019 Toyota Avalon model on both fronts, and we’re extremely excited to be able to offer it to shoppers in the Palatine area. If you’re interested in an Avalon but aren’t quite sure which model to get, perhaps knowing a bit more about the trim levels it’s offer in, as well as the fuel economy ratings those trims get and the base MSRP for which they’re available will help. Check all of that out in the table below!
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|Model||Trim Level||City Fuel Efficiency||Highway Fuel Efficiency||MSRP|
|Avalon||XLE||22 mpg||32 mpg||$35,500|
|Avalon Hybrid||XLE||43 mpg||44 mpg||$36,500|
|Avalon||XSE||22 mpg||31 mpg||$38,000|
|Avalon Hybrid||XSE||43 mpg||43 mpg||$39,000|
|Avalon||Touring||22 mpg||31 mpg||$42,200|
|Avalon||Limited||22 mpg||31 mpg||$41,800|
|Avalon Hybrid||Limited||43 mpg||43 mpg||$42,800|
Outside of the differences between the gas-only Avalon and the hybrid powertrain Avalon models, fuel economy doesn’t fluctuate much between trim levels, outside of a single mpg variation on the highway. MSRP does change pretty drastically the higher up the food chain you go, as is natural. The Avalon’s status as a premium luxury sedan certainly lends itself to that end, adding more and more premium content as the trim level increases.
No matter which 2019 Toyota Avalon you’re interested, we’d be happy to get you behind the wheel right here at Arlington Toyota. Just give us a call, stop on in, or simply schedule a test drive right here on our website. We cannot wait to see you in the driver’s seat!