The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently announced the starting price for its 2012 Avalon sedan, which has been set at $33.995.
With the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show going on as we speak keeping everyone in the automotive industry an media quite busy, it’s actually Toyota’s turn to take us out of the “ordinary routine” by announcing its official price for the 2012 Avalon Sedan, coming actually unchanged from the MSRP of the 2011 model, for a total cost of 33.995 USD, while the up level Limited model starts at $37.195, with the prices including a $760 destination and delivery fee.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the Limited model steps up the vehicle’s style with HID lights, turn signals integrated into the side mirrors, a JBL audio system with CD changer and 12 speakers, rain-sensing wipers, heated front seats, driver seat and mirror memory and voice-activated touch-screen navigation system with back up camera as an optional for both trim levels. If we should compare it to the 2011 model year we would see that the Japanese based automaker didn’t make any changes to option packages or trim levels.
The “new” Toyota Avalon is a comfortable near-luxury sedan with lots of standard equipment and decent power, going on against rivals like the Buick LaCrosse, Chrysler 300 or the upcoming Hyundai Azera, so the Japanese automaker might not actually hit the jackpot with its new model.