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The Toyota Avensis car is divided by generations:
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Toyota Avensis is a mid-sized/large family car produced by the Japanese automaker Toyota from 1997 to 2018. This model is the successor to the "Carina E" (9th generation Toyota Corona). It was manufactured as a four-door sedan, five-door hatchback, and wagon.
Like other Toyota models, the name Avensis has a certain meaning. The Avensis name comes from the French word avancer, meaning "move forward" or "advance." The Avensis model was supposed to be a step forward towards modernization.
Over the 21 years of production, Toyota released three generations of the Avensis and three facelifts - one for the second generation and two for the third generation.
The technical specifications of Toyota Avensis cars vary depending on the modifications. The table below shows the summarized technical data for Toyota Avensis.
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Toyota Avensis T22 (1998-2003)
At the time of its release, the first Avensis generation was considered a reliable, spacious, and safe option at an affordable price. The T22 model had a stylish, smooth, yet rather simple design and was available in both sedan and wagon forms.
This car was made to suit every driver's taste, with petrol engines (1.6 liter, 1.8 liter, and 2.0 liter) and diesel engines (2.0 liter and 2.2 liter) as well as manual and automatic transmissions.
All T22 models have good build quality, and depending on the body and cabin type, they could also be equipped with features and conveniences such as air conditioning, power windows and mirrors, and a CD player.
In terms of safety, this was a fairly reliable car, with installed airbags, anti-lock brakes, and side impact absorbers.
In essence, this was a positively reviewed model on the market, but not outstanding in any way, and design-wise, it even fell behind other similar type cars made by its competitors.
The second-generation Avensis model, TR25, was introduced in 2003. This time, the manufacturers made an effort to provide a more pleasing design and even greater driving comfort. The shortcomings of the first Avensis generation were fixed with plenty to spare - TR25 became the best-selling sedan in Western Europe.
Several factors contributed to TR25's popularity. First and foremost, its timeless, subtle, and elegant design, which also maintained practicality and ensured a spacious interior. This model stood out with its modern appearance, sleek curved front lines, and wrapped headlights that made it instantly recognizable.
Five people could comfortably fit inside, and the rear seats could be folded down to transport larger objects instead of passengers.
Regarding the engines, TR25 retained the first generation's 1.6, 1.8, and 2.0-liter gasoline engines and 2.0-liter diesel engine.
Another significant reason for this generation's popularity was the car's durability and longevity. It guaranteed long service life and resistance to malfunctions.
TR25 also has a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating, making it a safe vehicle with numerous airbags, electronic stability control, and braking system.
This model also stood out for its fuel efficiency and attractive price - a fuel-saving car accessible to the average car buyer.
Toyota Avensis T25 facelift (2006-2009):
Three years after the start of T25 production, a modified TR25 facelift version was released. It was a response to the first edition's shortcomings.
The first distinctive feature of the updated model was the replacement of the front headlights with more dynamic and modern ones.
The second advantage of the updated model was the 2.0-liter diesel engine's power increase to 126 hp.
The previously criticized poor interior and quality cabin were also improved: the interior was covered with new fabrics, the seat design was improved, and the control panel was updated.
The third-generation Avensis was first presented at the 2008 Paris Motor Show and was released for sale from 2009.
The third product in the Avensis line was characterized by a very modern and graceful aerodynamic design, while maintaining an athletic and solid body. T27 is only available as a sedan or wagon.
The production of the new model achieved an excellent air resistance coefficient (Cd): 0.28 for the sedan and 0.29 for the wagon.
In terms of safety, this model was rated excellent by Euro NCAP tests – five stars. This vehicle has seven airbags, additional neck and head protection in case of collision, as well as an ACC system – adaptive cruise control, which also reacts to the distance from other cars on the road.
Avensis T27 was equipped with petrol engines (1.6 L, 1.8 L, 2.0 L, and 2.2 L) and diesel engines (2.0-2.2 L).
Among the additional advantages, one can mention a much higher quality interior compared to previous generations and several modern conveniences: integrated automatic climate control, multifunctional steering wheel, electric sunroof, and high-quality sound system.
Toyota Avensis T27 facelift (2012-2015)
The first T27 update appeared in 2012. The more noticeable updates were seen in both the car's appearance (new hood design further emphasizing the car's elegance and athleticism) and technical parameters. It was possible to choose a version with a CVT automatic gearbox, and the car's safety package was supplemented with automatic braking function. More luxurious T27 facelift versions had leather-upholstered seats, satellite navigation, and a powerful sound system.
Toyota Avensis T27 facelift (2015-2018)
The second T27 update was carried out to maintain competition with other mid-size cars. Consumers were offered a greater variety of car colors and improved exterior design. Several changes were also made inside, including seats covered in new materials.
The most important innovation was the integrated Toyota Safety Sense system.