2019 Toyota Avalon new performance features and innovations
Across the last few decades, we’ve come to expect a lot out of the Toyota Avalon model line. It’s quickly formed a solid grip on the luxury sedan industry, becoming a favorite of just about every kind of consumer. True to form, the family was unveiled with some cool upgrades and redesigns for the next model year, so come with our Salinas Toyota team and check out the 2019 Toyota Avalon new performance features and innovations; we’re sure you’ll be pleasantly surprised!
2019 Toyota Avalon new technology and safety features
We’re fully expecting the 2019 Avalon to provide the best technology that the industry has to offer, and a catalyst for this expectation is its new EnTune™ 3.0 infotainment capability. With this, you’ll get real-time navigation assistance, built-in 2G Wi-Fi, and App integration if you’re the proud owner of an iPhone. All this will be housed in a beautiful, centrally-located 9-inch touchscreen.
Keeping your sense of security on the road will prove to be no issue for the 2019 Avalon either, as you can depend on some of the top driver assistance features available on a vehicle. Some of these include Lane Departure Alert, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Head-Up Display, and an all-new Intelligent Clearance Sonar. All of these should prove to the industry that the Avalon is not to be taken lightly.
2019 Toyota Avalon design and performance features
Of course, the 2019 Avalon won’t come to us without some awesome (and silent) interior updates. Thanks to an Intake Sound Generator, Active Noise Control and Engine Sound Enhancement, you can relax on stitched-leather seating in peace. It also doesn’t hurt that you’ll be able to stream all your media through a 1200-watt JBL premium audio system, meaning that you can hear everything in clarity!
Under the hood, your adventures will be led by an ultra-punchy 3.5-liter V6 engine, and a Direct-Shift 8AT automatic transmission will ensure that every drive will be smooth, responsive and fun. All these factors combine to make the Avalon’s claim as Toyota’s flagship sedan pretty strong.