2016 Toyota Avalon San Bernardino
The 2013 model was a huge hit when it was released, and Toyota has added several upgrades to its 2016 Toyota Avalon that will surely increase the appeal of this beautiful car even further. The upgrades to Toyota's already popular full-size sedan include visual components as well as functionality, performance and comfort features, so here are just a few of the highlights.
If the beauty and functionality of the 2016 Toyota Avalon have convinced you, but you cannot find a good deal in Riverside, CA, contact Toyota of San Bernardino and schedule a test drive; you will see that the new Avalon is even better in "real life" than it is on paper, seducing you the second you get behind the steering wheel.
Trim Levels & Body Upgrades
The 2016 Toyota Avalon has the following trims and upgrades available:
- The 2016 Toyota Avalon comes in 5 trim versions, the XLE, the XLE Plus, a new addition to the line-up, the XLE Premium, the Touring and the Limited.
- Compared to the previous, 2013 models, all new Avalons get a wider grille, vertical turn signals, new, much sleeker tail lights and chrome additions on the grille.
- The cabin offers super-comfortable seating for 5 adults and the new Avalon also comes with a 16 cubic feet trunk, large enough to transport anything you can possibly need.
- All new Avalon models come with a 3.5-liter, V-6 engine able to put out an astonishing 268 HP
- Feature a six-speed, electronically controlled automatic transmission with sequential shift mode and ECTV. Front-wheel drive is standard for all models.
Interior Design and Overview
The 2016 Toyota Avalon excels when it comes to cabin comfort and driving safety, too. The base model comes with heated mirrors, a dual zone climate system, a tilting and telescoped steering wheel with paddle shifters, seat heating for the front, an 8-way adjustable power seat for the driver and a 4-way adjustable power seat for the front passenger.
Exterior Overview and Design
The XLE Plus adds a sunroof, an auto-dimming mirror and keyless entry, while the Premium takes comfort one step further with blind-spot monitoring, rear-cross traffic detection, navigation and smartphone integration. The Touring trim comes with larger, 18-inch wheels for an even more dramatic appearance, LED lights in the front as well as in the back, and a sporty suspension, while the top-of-the-range Limited adds xenon lights, auto-dimming with the side mirrors as well, ambient lighting, more seat adjustability and ventilation for the front seats, heating for the rear seats and an 11-speaker sound system from JBL.