Pricing for the 2012 Toyota Avalon has been released: the base Avalon starts at $33,955 and the up level Limited model starts at $37,195. If those prices seem familiar – you’re right. The Avalon hasn’t changed for 2012 and neither has the price. Trim levels and option packages remain the same as the 2011.
Toyota’s full-size sedan received a major mid-cycle update for 2011 – 75 percent of the exterior was all-new. The Avalon is a comfortable near-luxury sedan with decent power and lots of standard equipment; even on the base model. The Limited model steps up the style with HID headlamps, turn signals integrated into the side mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, a JBL audio system with CD changer and 12 speakers (optional on base model), heated front seats, and driver seat and mirror memory. Voice-activated touch-screen navigation with back up camera is optional on both trim levels.
The base Avalon starts at $33,955 and the up level Limited model starts at $37,195. Prices include a $760 destination and delivery fee.