The new Toyota Avensis is the very latest expression of that philosophy, because it’s a car designed and built with the future needs of both business and private customers fully in mind. Its looks have real desirability; it has new powertrains designed to cut running costs; it offers more luxury equipment and now has a new set of active safety technologies, Toyota Safety Sense.
From the moment you first see the new Avensis, you’ll notice the elegant styling that makes it so sought-after. From the front, it has the boldest expression yet of Toyota’s new design language, with swooping LED daytime running lights that blend into a chrome strip along the bonnet’s edge.
Below that, the large lower grille gives the car real presence. From the side, the proportions have a balance that keeps the car visually rooted to the ground. The new Touring Sports estate version has a sleek, cohesive silhouette, too. At the rear, the lights have a similar signature to those at the front, emphasising the car’s purposeful stance.
Take the new Avensis for a drive and you’ll feel how hard engineers have worked finessing every aspect of the driving experience. The steering has been honed to deliver consistent feedback, while the suspension offers a blend of excellent ride comfort and handling stability.
Toyota also believed there was a better way to enhance quality. To that end, they worked out exactly where road and wind noise enters the cabin, and improved those areas accordingly to make the Avensis’ interior quieter and more refined.