In a previous post about the 2019 Toyota Avalon, we covered all of the new features and upgrades car shoppers can expect on the flagship Toyota sedan, and we hope you were as excited as we are. Today, we are talking about how much all of that will cost at the dealership. Spoiler – it’s better than you think! Find the 2019 Toyota Avalon pricing by trim level below.
“Throughout development, we focused on the new Avalon being authentic and exhilarating. One of the key components in getting there was the new platform and suspension. These underpinnings allow us to provide an unequaled foundation for the marriage between luxury and sportiness in the premium mid-size sedan segment,” said Randy Stephens, chief engineer.
2019 Toyota Avalon Trim Levels and Pricing
For 2019, the Toyota Avalon will be available in four trim levels: XLE, XSE, Limited, and Touring. Pricing for each trim level can be found below. Considering all of the upgraded features on new Avalon models like Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa compatibility, we think the base price increase of $2,000 from 2018 models to 2019 models is more than fair. Feature availability by trim level will be covered in a future post as more information becomes available.
Starting MSRP $35,500*
Starting MSRP $38,000*
Starting MSRP $41,800*
Starting MSRP $42,200*
*MSRPs exclude the Delivery, Processing, and Handling (DHP) Fee of $895. Dealer sets own prices.
Updated Release Date Information
The last time we discussed 2019 Avalon release dates on the blog, we said that we were expecting the release to happen sometime in the early spring of 2018. While we still don’t have a specific date for release at Ackerman Toyota (or elsewhere), we now know that Toyota plans to release the Avalon in May, which is only a few days away. Keep checking the Ackerman Toyota online inventory so you can be one of the first customers to know about its arrival.