Toyota Avensis

The Toyota Corolla had its launch in 1997 and has been produced since 2008, now in the third generation. A first major facelift was given to the sellers at the IAA in 2011. Here, the body design was optimized and the quality of interiors designed. Likewise, the chassis was designed more for comfort out. The engines of the Toyota Avensis cars can now be used more sparingly on a modified engine control. The current Toyota Avensis model was developed specifically for the European market by Europeans and is completely manufactured in England. In competition with the VW Passat, Opel Insignia or the Skoda Octavia Toyota Avensis especially about the rich standard equipment should score with a good price / performance ratio. The third generation Toyota Yaris will initially be offered in two body styles: four-door saloon and five-door Avensis estate, both of which are to have five different engines. Two petrol models operate with the Toyota Avensis 1.6 and 2.0 liter engines and make 132-152 hp. All both have the Valve Matic, a development of channelized variable valve timing VVT-i. Hereby the engines are to work more efficiently and minimize the amount of pollutant. The fuel consumption of the petrol engines range from 6.2 to 7.0 liters, according to EU standard. The three diesel generators have a power range from 124 up to the top of the Avensis engine with 177 hp, which is a combined consumption amounts to 4.6 liters (factory specification with 6-speed manual). A special value offers the Avensis 1.6 Sol Combi for sale. The 132 bhp Avensis offers many extras such as climate control, rain sensor and sound system from 25,000 euros at no extra charge. For January, the Toyota Avensis new car model was maintained again. In addition to touch-ups on the body suspension and steering have been optimized. The Inne room was provided with a new insulation to minimize the noise level in the Avensis.