Is Toyota Avensis good car?
Thanks to its competitive price, low running costs, comfort, efficiency and reliability, the Avensis remains a favourite of company car owners and taxi drivers alike. It’s certainly an accomplished machine, but it’s one you buy with your head rather than your heart.
What car replaced the Toyota Avensis?
|Layout||Front-engine, front-wheel-drive Front-engine, four-wheel-drive|
|Predecessor||Toyota Corona/Carina E (Europe) Toyota Vista (V50) (Japan, for T250 model)|
|Successor||Toyota Camry (XV70)|
When did the Toyota Avensis come out in the US?
It was the direct successor to the European Carina E and was available as a four-door saloon, five-door liftback and estate . The Avensis was introduced in 1997, to create a more modern name when compared with the Carina E.
What kind of rating does Toyota Avensis have?
The Avensis received a five-star rating under the latest Euro NCAP ratings scheme with an 81% overall score and a 90% score for adult occupant safety. The Avensis offers three petrol and four diesel engine options. Petrol engines are sourced from Toyota’s Deeside Engine Plant.
What kind of design does Toyota Avensis wagon have?
Boasting Toyota’s Vibrant Clarity design language, the Avensis Wagon addresses a well defined market segment, offering increased loading space and multi-purpose functionality with clearly unconventional looks. While the fashion tastes are always subjective, we cannot admit the estate’s aggressive design.
What’s the drag coefficient on a Toyota Avensis?
The large and blocky tail lights emphasize the car’s aggressive looks perhaps a bit too much, but sets it apart none the less. With a drag coefficient of just 0.29, the estate model benefits from Toyota’s Optimal Drive technologies as well, returning top-of-the-segment fuel consumption.