Toyota customers have enjoyed everything the automaker’s flagship sedan has had to offer since it debuted several years ago. The 2021 Toyota Avalon AWD in Birmingham, AL will be arriving at the Serra Toyota next fall, marking the first time the model has been equipped with automaker’s all-wheel-drive system. Customers will need to choose the 2021 Avalon XLE and Limited trim grades to have access to this technology. In addition to having power sent to all four wheels, these versions of the Avalon will have several other features that will help the new model standout from the rest of the sedan’s lineup. Serra Toyota customers can start the pre-ordering process for the 2021 Toyota Avalon AWD today when they make an appointment with one of our product experts by calling 205-847-1841.
When the all-wheel-drive-equipped versions of the 2021 Avalon arrive to town, the entire vehicle will ride on the Toyota New Global Architecture which will improve handling and efficiency. The TNGA system used by the new Avalon is also employed by other Toyota models including, Camry and RAV4.
The Avalon has always been among the most well-equipped models in the Toyota lineup. Versions of the 2021 Avalon with all-wheel-drive will have a heated steering wheel as standard equipment.
Connectivity technology is also a major focus of the 2021 Avalon. Everyone who takes the new Avalon home will have access to the latest technology including, Android Auto™, Apple CarPlay® and Amazon Alexa. The first two systems allow drivers and passengers to use their favorite smartphone apps while they’re on the road. Amazon Alexa will be able to connect an equipped vehicle, like the 2021 Avalon, to the unit used in someone’s home and extend its reach.
Safety will also continue to be an important factor for the continuation of the Avalon product line. Toyota Safety Sense has been standard equipment for the Avalon since its inception and it will be equipped on all 2021 Avalon models. The suite of active safety monitors will help drivers avoid potentially dangerous situations before they become unavoidable.
Toyota is ensuring that the owners of the 2021 Avalon with all-wheel-drive will maintain as much fuel efficiency as possible. In order to have the new drivetrain, the automaker is employing the tried and true 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine attached to an eight-speed automatic transmission. It will make 205 horsepower.