2017 Toyota Avalon: Full Review | XLE, Plus, Premium, Touring, Limited & Hybrid

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Today, we’ll be taking a detailed review / walkaround of the 2017 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited. In this review, we’ll cover all 2017 Avalon’s including the XLE, XLE Plus, XLE Premium, Hybrid XLE Plus, Touring, Hybrid XLE Premium, Limited and Hybrid Limited and the available packages that go along with each. The performance / mpg data, distinct styling cues, interior technology, cargo capacities, and much more will be covered. So, come join us as we sample this automotive delicacy in a very detailed review that will leave no questions unanswered!

*Video Time Stamps:*
Powertrain & Fuel Economy: 2:16
Detailed Exterior Walkaround: 3:41
Interior Design, Tech & Amenities: 7:59
Occupant Opulence & Cargo: 19:35
Pricing Info: 25:22

*Pricing Information (Excludes $865 destination):*
XLE: $33,250
XLE Plus: $35,000
XLE Premium: $36,450
Touring: $37,650
Limited: $41,050

Hybrid XLE Plus: $37,250
Hybrid XLE Premium: $38,700
Hybrid Limited: $42,550

As Tested Price (Hybrid Limited): $43,839

*Links:*
Toyota on Nicholasville Superstore, in Lexington, Kentucky:

Toyota Entune System Tech Help:

Intro Music:
“Eden” by ALBIS is free for use on YouTube.

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40 COMMENTS

  1. Man, thank you so much for this DETAILED review, I appreciate it. You're so underrated when it comes to these car reviewing channels. And btw, what's the song/music you've played at 15:59 ?

  2. Thank you for showing me the speaker on the front dash, and for sampling the sound system and for showing me the lumbar adjustment button on the passenger seat and telling me it was two way! I really wanted to see what you thought about the ride in the limited. Why no test drive?

  3. I own the 2017 Avalon Touring model – it does not come with perforated seats as stated in your video review.

  4. So no one notices the Toyota Avalon's top decoration (on top of the grill exclude the headlights) is the EXACT same thing as the one for a 2012-2014 Camry?

  5. Great job. I'm considering this car and your video was very informative and helpful. And I really like your voice. I could listen to you read the phone book… so smooth and … well… you get my drift. Keep up the good work.

  6. A very nice feature of the Avalon is "DRL Off" on the light switch. You don't have to drive around with your lights on during the daytime and look like an idiot.

  7. Bullshit rather get a Lexus for same price but better quality I own both a 2014 Avalon and a 2015 Lexus GS 350 and also have owned a 2013 Lexus IS 350 and hybrid.Go for Lexus much cheaper better quality even though they're are both made by Toyota

  8. Car Confections: The first thing I noticed was your description. @6:50 "…tasteful chrome piece…" as you pan the camera over a cheap sticker with the words "Super Store". Seriously? That is infuriating, I have had four new cars since 2005 and as a condition of sale I ask the the dealership to remove all cheap after market badging. This dealer should due the same, it makes a new car look crappy. The license plate frame is enough advertising.

  9. So 2016 and 2017 are pretty much the same car? I wonder if they will make big changes in up-coming models, as to keep up with or jump ahead of the competition?

  10. I find the mention and comparison (with hybrid versions) in fuel range to be VERY useful in your videos. Please keep up the wonderful work!!!! 🙂

  11. I just purchased a 2016 touring! On a Black Friday event got almost 7000 off of sticker! So far I'm loving it!Quality throughout and reliability that Toyota's known for! 18 inch dark gray alloys!doesn't look like grandpa's car!

  12. Thanks for watching this in-depth review on the 2017 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited! What do you guys think about the 2017 Avalon? Do you think it's still competitive in the class? Let us know in the comments below!

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