The 2016 Toyota Avalon has been officially presented to the public, in a premiere, during the 2015th edition of the Chicago Auto Show.
Toyota has officially pulled the wraps off the 2016 Avalon during the Chicago automotive event. The model in question is looking instantly recognizable and this is quite normal considering the fact that it is a facelift which has received new turn signals instead of the previous fog lights, a revised front grille, LED taillights, additional chrome trim and several other tweaks which should make it even more appealing to its future customers.
Next in the lineup is coming the Avalon XLE Premium, which is adding the Entune Premium Audio system, with a GPS navigation, and the Qi wireless smartphone charger, amongst others. If the Avalon Touring has gotten your attention, you should know that this is also bringing a modified front fascia, with a sportier look, LED daytime running light, LED headlights, a sporty suspension system, dark gray painted accents on the 18-inch alloy wheels and more.
Last but not least we also have to mention the 2016 Toyota Avalon Limited, with its 17- or 18-inch alloy wheels in a Super Chrome finish. Changes made to the cabin of the lineup are limited but they are including some new standard equipment, for the XLE and XLE Plus, which includes the 7-inch Entune Audio Plus infotainment system or the woodgrain trim. More details on the 2016 Toyota Avalon, including the price list, are limited for the moment.