Toyota has confirmed that production of the Avalon will finish following the 2022 product year. While the big sedan isn’t specifically going out with a bang, it’s not remaining unchanged for its ultimate product year. It gains an appearance offer referred to as Nightshade Edition and loses a trim level.
If the Nightshade name appears familiar, it’s possible simply because the offer is by now accessible on several users of the Toyota line-up, which includes the Prius, the Camry, and the Sequoia. It was added to the Avalon variety in 2021 but it was paired with the XSE trim. For 2022, only the XSE Hybrid is eligible to get the Nightshade treatment, which adds a black end on the grille, the mirror caps, exterior door handles, exterior trim, emblems, and 19-inch wheels. Purchasers who want an all-black sedan can get the Nightshade Edition in Midnight Black Metallic, but the palette also consists of Wind Chill Pearl and Celestial Silver Metallic. Black upholstery comes conventional.
Nighthshade versions appear conventional with a moonroof, an eight-speaker audio procedure, and a nine-inch touchscreen with navigation. And, like each version of the Avalon, the Nightshade added benefits from the Toyota Security Program two.5+ suite of electronic driving aids. It consists of a pre-collision warning procedure with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise manage, and automatic higher beams, between other capabilities.
Toyota is producing the Avalon accessible in six trim degrees for its ultimate product year the TRD is gone. They are referred to as XLE, XLE Hybrid, XSE Hybrid Nightshade, Confined, Touring, and Confined Hybrid. Pricing starts at $37,400 for the entry-level product, a determine that consists of a mandatory $1,025 spot demand. The other 5 trims are priced at $38,375, $41,725, $forty three,700, $forty four,one hundred, and $forty four,675, respectively.
It is “very last phone!” for the Avalon. The nameplate released in 1994 will retire following the 2022 product year and a successor isn’t prepared.