2017 Toyota Avalon _ This year, the Chicago Auto Show gave us the first glimpse of the new 2017 Avalon model. It is a brand that has managed to be the third largest full-size sedan sale in 2014 that was largely made possible with the upgrade of the car received in 2013. The revolutionary changes brought in then were something that Has managed to launch the Avalon to the celebrity and in fact brought to the car receiving much acclaim from the audience.
2017 Toyota Avalon Exterior
Back in 2013 the redesign that was introduced managed to raise the bar as it descended towards the design parameters of a full size sedan model and brought the Avalon to its highest heights. What we had was a smoother and sexier vehicle with much more luxury than before. Although the body was slightly shorter, it was able to improve the position of the car and give it a perfect balance as well.
2017 Toyota Avalon Interior
The interior features have also been expanded in particular as the passengers inside have more shoulder room and hip room. Each trim level of the 2017 Toyota Avalon will have a capacity of five standard seats, with 42.1 inches of space for the front legs and 39.2 inches of legroom to the rear. The 2017 Avalon will have 103.6 cubic feet of passenger volume and a cargo capacity of 16.0 cubic feet. Each trim will also come standard with features such as dual-zone automatic air conditioning with air filtration, multi-information display, Bluetooth capabilities and a group of instruments with important information like fuel economy Current / average, idle distance, speed, warning messages and more.
2017 Toyota Avalon Safety Features
The 2017 Toyota Avalon features 4-wheel anti-lock brake discs, stability control and 10 standard airbags. Features available include Rear Crosswind Alert, Blind Spot Monitoring System, Pre-Collision System, Auto Dimming Light Control and Adaptive Cruise Control. In the government collision tests, the Avalon obtained an overall rating of 5 stars. This score consisted of a side impact score of 5 stars and ratings of 4 stars in the frontal and overflight assessments. The Non Profit Institute of Road Safety Insurance gave the Avalon an excellent Top Safety Pick score, stopping just below Top Safety Pick + because the full size Toyota does not offer automatic Frontal collision of braking.