Even after you’ve determined the Toyota Avalon is the right car for you, you must decide which Avalon trim best meets your needs and desires. The 2017 Toyota Avalon is available in five gas-powered and three hybrid trims. Here, interested shoppers can learn about key differences and similarities between two popular trim levels–the Avalon XLE and Limited.
Differences between the Toyota Avalon XLE and Limited
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What elements do the Avalon XLE and Limited share?
Both the 2017 Toyota Avalon XLE and Limited are equipped with 268-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engines and 6-speed electronically controlled automatic transmissions with intelligence. The two Avalon models are able to achieve EPA-estimated 21 mpg in the city and 30 highway mpg. Mechanical components, such as suspension, steering, and brakes, remain unchanged between the XLE and Limited as well as basic safety systems. The two Avalon trims also come standard with Toyota Safety Sense P, which includes a suite of high-tech safety features designed to help prevent and protect against potential collisions.
In the end, the best way to figure out which Avalon model best suits you is to get behind the wheel and experience both vehicles in person. We invite you to browse our current Avalon inventory at Baierl Toyota and schedule a test drive at your convenience.