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2018 Toyota Avalon vs 2018 Toyota Camry

Car shoppers looking for a new sedan to commute to work or haul the family will no doubt find something of interest in the Toyota lineup. With some of the most reliable and highest-rated sedans on the market, car shoppers will find plenty of value in the lineup, especially the full-size 2018 Toyota Avalon and the mid-size 2018 Toyota Camry. Both sedans offer seating for five and a standard Toyota Safety Sense suite of active safety systems including a pre-collision system, lane departure alert, automatic high beams, and dynamic radar cruise control. Find specs for each model below to see if either is offering what you are after in your next vehicle.

2018 Toyota Avalon


2018 Toyota Camry

$33,500 Starting MSRP $24,000
21/30 Fuel Economy 28/39
3.5-liter V6 Base Engine 2.5-liter four-cylinder
16.0 cubic feet Cargo Space 15.1 cubic feet

Interior Space and Engine Offerings

Like we mentioned above, there is plenty to love about both the 2018 Toyota Avalon and the 2018 Toyota Camry. While they share striking style and a standard suite of driver-assist features, the sedans differ in interior space and engine offerings. The 2018 Avalon's footprint is a little larger than that of the Camry making it a little roomier inside for passengers and cargo. The 2018 Toyota Avalon has a passenger volume of 103.6 cubic feet compared to the 100.4 cubic feet offered in the 2018 Camry. This extra space affords rear passengers over an inch of extra legroom which can make all of the difference if you are regularly driving around adult passengers in the second row. The 2018 Avalon also offers almost one cubic foot of extra space in the cargo area for more groceries, sporting equipment, or luggage. In terms of engine offerings, the 2018 Avalon comes with a more powerful standard engine but offers only the choice of that engine or a hybrid counterpart. The 2018 Toyota Camry's standard engine doesn't provide as much oomph, but drivers will have the option to upgrade or choose the hybrid variant leaving them with more options. If you regularly drive around with a full vehicle, we would suggest taking a closer look at the 2018 Avalon. If you don't need as much interior space, the 2018 Toyota Camry offers a better fuel economy and sportier handling. Find both models available now at the Fox Toyota dealership in Clinton.
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