2016 Toyota Avalon vs 2015 Toyota Avalon
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In 2012 the Toyota Avalon was the ‘first vehicle to meet Toyota President Akio Toyoda’s challenge to create cars that spark people’s emotions.’ While the competition like Ford Taurus, and Chevrolet Impala, has been stagnant for some time the Toyota Avalon has added more emotion, performance, and technology to the refreshed 2016 model.

The upper grill has been narrowed to make room for a larger, inverted lower grill. The headlights and taillights retain their shape but are now LEDs. And the fog lights have been replaced with turn signals. The overall shape and size of the 2016 Avalon has not changed since this is only a refresh.

On the inside the dash and center console layouts remain relatively unchanged except for a new 7-inch Entune Audio Plus screen, available on the Avalon XLE Premium grade, which includes Navigation and App Suite along with the Qi Wireless Charging as standard equipment. These improvements will increase the Avalon’s appeal and help it remain the top-selling full-size sedan.