The 2021 Toyota Avalon is nearly alone as there are not many large sedans on the market. However, the Avalon lineup is nicely balanced. Buyers can choose between sportier trim levels, like the Touring, or opt for more efficient models like the Avalon Hybrid. All-wheel drive is also available for 2021, a first for the Avalon.
2021 Toyota Avalon Limited Review
We jumped behind the wheel of a 2021 Toyota Avalon Limited with all-wheel drive for this review. The video below provides a complete overview and includes footage of our test drive in real-time. Some of the footage we filmed with our Garmin Tandem dash cam. Overall, we like the Avalon, but a few things – namely engine noise and lack of headroom in the back – hinder the experience inside the car.
2021 Avalon Pricing
The total MSRP for the Avalon Limited in this video was $44,699. If you are shopping for a new Avalon, we recommend obtaining the invoice price (sometimes referred to as dealer cost). With this helpful search tool* you can see how many 2021 Avalons are in your area and which dealers are giving you the best deal. That tool will also help you find the invoice price on a new Avalon.
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