2013 Toyota Avalon gets the Camry’s V-6, Hybrid engines — CNET

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2013 Toyota Avalon the Camry’s V-6, Hybrid

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Toyota has revealed the specs for the 2013 Avalon, which was unveiled at the New York Auto Show this year. Along its new, more compact and a lighter curb weight, the will be available in two main one powered by a V-6 and the other by Toyota’s Synergy Drive (HSD).

The will be available as a V-6 model as pictured here, as a hybrid.

The first available power is Toyota’s 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 This is the same mill provides locomotive duties for the Toyota Camry V-6 XLE. an identical 248 pound-feet of torque and paired with a similar automatic transaxle. In the approximately Avalon, this power will achieve an estimated 25 mpg (21 city/ 31 hwy), only a single highway mpg when twith its smaller sibling.

the Avalon will be available as a model, powered by Toyota’s HSD engine, which you can find under the hood of (you it) the 2012 Toyota Camry XLE. The gasoline engine’s 153 of torque is added to the 200 pound-foot motor’s output via planetary magic for a total system of 200 horsepower being sent the E-CVT and onward to the front

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The Avalon Hybrid will an EPA estimate of 40 mpg in the city, 39 mpg on the highway, and 40 mpg Here, again, the Avalon far off the mark of the Camry Hybrid

The Avalon’s engine bay should be to anyone who’s peeked the hood of a Camry. Toyota

with sharing both of its options with the smaller the Avalon also shrinks in most exterior dimensions, the vehicle that I’ve to before as the Big Camry slightly to the dimensions of the actual Camry. again, I like really the 2012 Camry Hybrid I reviewed it earlier this so perhaps a bit more available and luxury with the same power train is a good to have.

If the Avalon performs like the current Camry — and let’s face it, only 2 inches’ difference in and 100 pounds separating them, it does — then the hybrid is going to be the powerplant to While the hybrid’s torque places it on even footing the V-6, neither of these are probably what I’d fast, taking away the of buying the bigger engine.

Likewise, I suspect that will place even emphasis on comfort when the Avalon’s suspension than it with the already cushy making the HSD system’s effortlessly acceleration and quiet performance a good complement to the ride. have to wait until I get the wheel to know if my hunch is but until then there’s no the Hybrid’s better fuel as its final advantage.

The pricing of the 2013 Toyota V-6 and Hybrid models has not been just yet, but with the hitting dealerships later year, we expect to hear soon.

Update: This has been updated to remove the to direct-injection technology in the upcoming V-6, which the vehicle not feature.

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