It’s the big sedan’s final model year
Toyota has actually confirmed that production of the Avalon will end after the 2022 design year. While the large car isn’t specifically going out with a bang, it’s not staying unchanged for its last version year. It acquires an appearance plan called Nightshade Version as well as sheds a trim degree.
If the Nightshade name sounds acquainted, it’s most likely because the plan is currently offered on numerous participants of the Toyota line-up, consisting of the Prius, the Camry, as well as the Sequoia. It was added to the Avalon range in 2021 however it was coupled with the XSE trim. For 2022, only the XSE Hybrid is qualified to get the Nightshade therapy, which adds a black finish on the grille, the mirror caps, outside door deals with, outside trim, symbols, and 19-inch wheels. Buyers who desire an all-black car can get the Nightshade Version in Twelve O’clock At Night Black Metallic, however the scheme also includes Wind Chill Pearl and Celestial Silver Metallic. Black furniture comes criterion.
Nighthshade designs come standard with a moonroof, an eight-speaker stereo, and also a nine-inch touchscreen with navigation. As well as, like every variation of the Avalon, the Nightshade gain from the Toyota Security System 2.5+ suite of digital driving help. It includes a pre-collision caution system with pedestrian discovery, flexible cruise ship control, as well as automatic high beams, among other functions.
Toyota is making the Avalon offered in six trim degrees for its last version year; the TRD is gone. They’re called XLE, XLE Hybrid, XSE Hybrid Nightshade, Limited, Touring, and Minimal Hybrid. Rates starts at $37,400 for the entry-level model, a figure that consists of a mandatory $1,025 location cost. The various other five trims are priced at $38,375, $41,725, $43,700, $44,100, and $44,675, specifically.
It’s “last call!” for the Avalon. The nameplate introduced in 1994 will retire after the 2022 design year and a successor isn’t planned.