It’s very easy to recognize the ground-breaking nature of the recently redesigned, all-new version of the Toyota Avalon that is currently available at the Colonial Toyota showroom. The automaker pulled out all of the stops to ensure that its flagship sedan was equipped with everything it needs to compete with the best models available in this segment of the automotive industry. A comparison of the 2019 Toyota Avalon vs. 2019 Honda Accord will clearly illustrate just how far the new Toyota sedan has come. In addition to being upgraded to offer technology options to match the Accord at every turn, the 2019 Avalon also offers more performance, better relative fuel economy scores and more trunk space than it’s Honda competitor. If you’d like to take a closer look at the 2019 Toyota Avalon, make an appointment with a Colonial Toyota product expert today by calling, 203-286-5500.
Among the most exciting developments for the 2019 Toyota Avalon is the cutting-edge technology that is available on every version of the new sedan. The 2019 Avalon is among the first of the automaker’s models to be equipped with its latest infotainment system that will not only be compatible with the most popular applications available on the Apple CarPlay suite. Both the all-new Avalon and the 2019 Accord offer a high-speed 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. However, only the Avalon makes it available on all trims plus it’s provided by Verizon Wireless, which means the provider’s existing customers may be able to combine it with their current data plan. The 2019 Avalon is equipped with the entire slate of Toyota Safety Sense systems on every trim grade. To get everything the Accord has to offer, a buyer would have to purchase a more expensive model of the sedan.
Every 2019 Toyota Avalon available at the Colonial Toyota showroom uses the same powertrain equipment. Under the hood of each model we have for sale or lease, is a naturally aspirated 3.5-liter, V-6 engine attached to an eight-speed automatic transmission. This will give drivers excellent performance scores without sacrificing fuel economy. Toyota has managed to squeeze 301 horsepower and 267 pound-feet of torque from the engine. Additionally, the 2019 Avalon has Environmental Protection Agency fuel economy scores of up to 22 miles per gallon in the city and 32 miles per gallon on the highway. Honda has chosen to no longer offer the Accord with a V-6 engine and the two turbocharged, four-cylinder power plants it does have don’t match the output of the 2019 Avalon and either powertrain’s fuel economy scores are very close to that of the more powerful V-6 engine of the new Avalon.