The Toyota Avalon got a makeover for 2019 and the automaker debuted it Monday at the 2018 North American International Auto Show. Now in its fifth generation, the Avalon is designed and assembled in the U.S. The makeover came from several aspects of Toyota’s design and manufacturing teams, including from the Calty Design Research in Ann Arbor, Toyota Motor North American Research and Development in Saline, Mich. and more. Because of the adaptable TNGA core, the Avalon’s exterior is now longer, lower and wider than before. The new V6 and Toyota Hybrid System powertrain offer more power and fuel efficiency than previous generations.
Consumer Reports had high praise for the Ram 1500 when we tested the last generation at our track. This redesign retains many of the features we loved, while adding a bigger cabin and tech advancements.
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