Toyota has confirmed it will stop producing the Avalon sedan in August 2022, at which point it will have been 28 years old.
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The fifth-generation Avalon was introduced in 2019 and received AWD tech for the first time in 2021, but hasn’t made a big impression in sales. Throughout the first half of 2021, Toyota sold just over 10,000 units. In 2020, it sold about 18,400 units total. That’s a steep decline from the 60,000-95,000 annual sales the Avalon enjoyed in its pre- and post-recession heyday.
The new Avalon gave Toyota loyalists a larger car than a Camry that was less expensive and distinctly more American-feeling than a Lexus. Early TV commercials, narrated by actor Martin Sheen, depicted the car floating on a cloud and trumpeted its six-passenger room and ride comfort while inviting buyers to “experience the tranquillity,” tropes which could easily have applied to a 1957 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser.
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The Avalon is more luxurious and enjoyable to drive, but customers who care about such things are probably better served by an entry-level Lexus.
The Avalon was a staple of the large sedan segment for a long time, but along with that segment, it’s time to say goodbye and say hello to the all-new 2023 Toyota Crown that has Replaced the Avalon as a Lifted, Hybrid Sedan,
The Crown nameplate, which has existed in Japan since the 1950s, will now appear in the U.S. on a new hybrid sedan with standard AWD and up to 340 horsepower, The new Toyota Crown will arrive in the 2023 model year with two hybrid powertrain options, standard all-wheel drive, lots of modern techs, and an unorthodox lifted-sedan Bodystyle.
The base powertrain is a 236-horsepower hybrid setup, while the Platinum trim comes with a 2.4-litre turbocharged inline-four and two electric motors, good for 340 hp. The Platinum also features an 11-speaker JBL sound system, heated and ventilated leather-trimmed front seats, and a snazzy two-tone paint option.
The Crown will come in three model XLE, Limited and Platinum. We expect to see the Crown on sale by the end of 2022 or in early 2023 with a pricing tag not much different from the current 2022 Avalon, XLE 24,6000, 00 = $41,000 (est), Limited 27,000,000 = $45,000 (est) and Platinum 29,4000,00 = $49,000 (est)
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