We haven’t been doing a ton of talking about the 2021 Toyota Avalon on the website as of yet. The full-size car is the brand’s flagship sedan, but it just entered its fifth generation for the 2019 model year and hasn’t had much need for changes or enhancements in the couple of years since – although this year marks the first time the near-luxury sedan has been offered with an all-wheel drive system, plus Android Auto compatibility has been standardized and a new trim level, XSE Nightshade, has been added. We thought we’d highlight how much the 2021 Toyota Avalon might cost you depending on the trim level you’re interested in, so check out the table below for all the details.
|XLE||3.5L V6||Front-wheel Drive||$35,975|
|XLE||2.5L 4-cylinder||All-wheel Drive||$35,975|
|XLE Hybrid||Hybrid System||Front-wheel Drive||$37,100|
|XSE Nightshade||3.5L V6||Front-wheel Drive||$39,210|
|XSE Hybrid||Hybrid System||Front-wheel Drive||$39,600|
|Limited||3.5L V6||Front-wheel Drive||$42,275|
|Limited||2.5L 4-cylinder||All-wheel Drive||$42,275|
|Touring||3.5L V6||Front-wheel Drive||$42,675|
|TRD||3.5L V6||Front-wheel Drive||$42,975|
|Limited Hybrid||Hybrid System||Front-wheel Drive||$43,400|
As you can see, there are plenty of different options to choose from. The new all-wheel drive system is available either in the XLE or Limited trim levels, while the Avalon Hybrid is available in the XLE, XSE and Limited trims. The Avalon TRD returns this year, continuing the trend of offering Toyota Racing Development trim levels across the board rather than just on utility vehicles and pickup trucks.
If you think you might be interested in a 2021 Toyota Avalon of your own, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us right here at White’s Toyota. We look forward to hearing from you!