When the 2019 Toyota Avalon in South Burlington, VT arrives to the Heritage Toyota showroom, the completely redesigned full-size sedan will be the most technologically advanced passenger car the automaker has built to date. Entering its fifth generation of production, the all-new Toyota Avalon has been designed with Toyota New Global Architecture, offers a pair of more powerful and efficient engines and will come with latest iteration of the Toyota Entune infotainment system. The new exterior of the 2019 Avalon is sleeker, more aerodynamic and designed to be safer in the event of an accident involving a pedestrian. Heritage Toyota expects the first delivery of the 2019 Toyota Avalon to arrive during late spring 2018.
Drivers and passengers will never miss the latest meme or tweet thanks to the new Wi-Fi Connect system available on some of the upper trims of the 2019 Avalon. Up to five devices can use the 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot in the new Avalon. Service is provided by Verizon. New buyers taking home a 2019 Avalon with the internet connection will be given a complementary trial data bucket of two gigabytes to be used within the first six months. Additionally, the 2019 Toyota Avalon will be the first vehicle from the automaker to be able to integrate with the suite of applications from Apple CarPlay.
Toyota is seizing on the popularity of digital home assistant technology. If a buyer already uses Amazon Alexa, they will be able to check on the status of their vehicle by simply asking a question.
The 2019 Toyota Avalon will offer drivers two power plant options to choose from, a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder and a 3.5-liter, V-6. These engines offer the same displacement as previous versions, but in the 2019 model Toyota has provided more power without sacrificing efficiency. XSE and Touring trims of the 2019 Toyota Avalon offers steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters to help drivers get the most out of the car's eight-speed automatic transmission.