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#165 of 716 What I know about the 2013 Toyota Avalon
Oct 30, 2012 (7:56 am)
Weight: 3497 lbs.
Hundreds of pounds lighter than a Buick LaCrosse. Almost matches the V6 Camry. Expect 21/30/25 MPG, matching Camry
Fuel Economy: 25 combined for V6. 40 combined for Hybrid.
Trunk: Up 10% to 16 cu ft.
Price: Less than $31k to start (Over $33k last year)
Focus of new design: Improve fuel economy. Improve dynamic handling. Improve design inside and out. Add content. Lower weight. Increase value.
Things you may not know: Out of the 16 "Most-American made Cars sold in the US", 5 are made by Toyota. Cars like Avalon and Camry are at the top of the list for most American parts content, plus American assembly.
#166 of 716 Announcing TOMORROW!
Oct 30, 2012 (9:13 am)
I just left my local Toyota Dealer, and they are suppose to announce all the New Avalon information tomorrow.
3 Models of Hybrid
3 Models of Gas
XLE Base, XLE Touring (The best buy for the money?), XLE Limited Edition
And the Hybrids the same
Pricing starts at $31,000.00 +- and goes up to - are you ready for this - $42,000.00!
#168 of 716 Re: Pricing now on the web site:) [ncee]
Oct 30, 2012 (12:40 pm)
They must have taken it down, at least I could not find any cost info!
#169 of 716 New Avalon Pricing links
Oct 30, 2012 (12:41 pm)
email me, and I'll send along a photo image I took of the pricing.
I just checked and it's still there for me?
I went to toyota.com, then went to the top where it says "cars & mini vans", once that comes down, there is a link for "upcoming vehicles" I clicked on that, and up came the avalon I clicked on "See More" and up came the pricing.
XLE Premium $33,195.00
XLE Touring $35,500.00
XLE Limited $39,650.00
XLE Premium $35,555.00
XLE Touring $37,250.00
XLE Limited $41,400.00
With the differences (according to my dealer being)
Rear Heated Seats
to name a few of the differences.
#171 of 716 Re: New Avalon Pricing links [geo123]
Oct 30, 2012 (1:28 pm)
Now how long do we have to wait to see pictures of the interior / exterior color options.
My dealer ordered his demo (A fully loaded Hybrid, in Saber with Tan interior) while I was there, and the system said it would be produced the 15th and ship to be there within a week. It also said consumers could expect to see them available to purchase by December 13th I believe.
#172 of 716 and for $5000.00 more you get the ES?
Oct 30, 2012 (1:36 pm)
the list price on the ES H is less ($38,850.00) then the Avalon ($41,400.00)???
Loaded ES is more at $48,800.00 but it would have more then the Avalon, which matching the trim as close as you can will be $43,150.00.
I guess seeing they share the same platform, they should share the same pricing:)
#173 of 716 Re: New Avalon Pricing links [ncee]
Oct 30, 2012 (1:40 pm)
The new Limited has a pretty hefty price increase over my 2011 Limited which was MSRP of $36500. The $40k may be a deal breaker for me.
#174 of 716 And the Base Gas ES
Oct 30, 2012 (1:42 pm)
Looks to be $2655.00 LESS then the Avalon???
Man this isn't what I was expecting:(
Oh, well, no body is making me buy either, although for reasons we won't get into, I'll still end up with the Avalon. Now it's just do I spend the bucks and get the Hybrid or the Gas?
If I get the Limited Gas, with the Tech Package, it's $41,400.00 or the same is the Limited Hybrid WITHOUT the tech package, which I'd want with the Hybrid if I get it. So now I'm up to $43,150.00 WOW! Sure hope my dealer treats me right.
If I drove the hybrid and liked it, I'd say my bottom line is $38.500.00 or $36,750.00 for the gas model loaded.