With the market share for sedans dwindling by the second, most automakers have turned their attention to rolling out crossovers and SUVs. Toyota, too only has the Avalon in its sedan segment that still draws car buyers. However, the automaker has stated that the Avalon is kaput after the current model year. Therefore, would there be no noteworthy Toyota sedan after 2022? Hold that thought!
Instead of going all in with crossovers and SUVs, Toyota has built a sedan from the ground up called the Toyota Crown. This high-riding sedan will be in the shape of a hatchback, which is its unique selling point. Read more about the model in this research and reserve the Crown at Gale Toyota in Enfield, CT.
Available in three trim levels—XLE, Limited, and Platinum—the Toyota Crown will be a replacement for the Avalon. The first two grades come with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine powering the front wheels and an electric motor powering the rear axle. It is expected that the sedan will have a power output of 219 to 246 horsepower. The Hybrid Max engine has an EPA estimated combined fuel economy of 28 MPG, while the Hybrid engine has an EPA estimated combined fuel economy of 38 MPG.
The Crown is also loaded with premium features that make your rides fun and comfortable. Some of the standard features of the sedan include:
Call us today to learn more about the 2023 Crown and reserve the model at our dealership.