2022 Toyota Avalon Review

2022 Avalon A slick and modern sedan built to last, the 2022 Toyota Avalon feels well ahead of its time. Your rides around Houston, Sugar Land, or Pearland, TX are taken to new heights, and our team at Mike Calvert Toyota is here to show you how.

From its stunning performance to the stylish interior you can make yours, we’ll cover all the bases in our 2022 Toyota Avalon review below. Read on and feel free to contact us with any questions along the way!

Standard & Hybrid Performance

2022 Avalon driving in leavesThis year, the Toyota Avalon is fueled by one of two uniquely powerful engines. It all depends on whether you opt for a standard or a hybrid model.

If you choose one of the three standard models, you’ll find a 3.5L V6 engine under the hood. This powertrain produces an incredible kick behind each press of the pedal with 301 horsepower and 267 lb-ft of torque—not exactly the standard power you’d expect from a sedan of its kind.

For the three available hybrid models, a 2.5L 4-cylinder hybrid engine pushes you forward. Paired with an Electronically controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (ECVT), this engine churns out impressive power while still helping achieve a remarkable EPA-estimated 43 city/44 highway MPG.*

The Avalon also comes with plenty of additional features to boost your overall driving experience, such as an Adaptive Variable Suspension, Electric Power Steering, and integrated aerodynamic vents along the exterior to boost efficiency, reduce drag, and make your vehicle drive more quietly.

Luxurious Style and Advanced Technology

2022 Avalon InteriorOnce you climb inside the 2022 Toyota Avalon, you’re immediately flushed with a sense of luxury. The design itself is absolutely remarkable, utilizing available premium leather-trimmed surfaces as well as real wood and aluminum trim to provide that luxurious feel.

Then, the Avalon interior provides a slew of comfort features to help you and your passengers settle in. Power-adjustable, heated front seats can help you feel right at home while a heated steering wheel can help keep your hands warm on even the coldest winter days.

As you hit the Push Button Start, you’ll wake up the suite of interior technology. Helping you stay connected and entertained on your journeys ahead are features like:

  • 9-inch touchscreen display
  • Dynamic Navigation
  • Apple CarPlay®
  • Android Auto
  • Integrated Amazon Alexa
  • Bluetooth® technology
  • JBL® speaker system

Whether you’re following navigation or streaming your favorite song, you can keep your smartphone fully charged with integrated USB ports as well as a Qi-compatible wireless charging system. There’s even a built-in Wi-Fi® hotspot to help you enjoy uninterrupted connection no matter where you go.

Seamless Peace of Mind: Driver Assistance & Standard Safety

2022 Avalon InsideThe Avalon always has your back with its impressive collection of safety features and driver assistance technology. At the forefront is the Toyota Safety Sense 2.5+ system. With it come all the intuitive safety features you could ever need, including:

  • Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
  • Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
  • Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist
  • Lane Tracing Assist
  • Road Sign Assist
  • Automatic High Beams

That’s not all the safety features the Avalon has to offer, though. You’ll also enjoy plenty of other standard safety systems, like Safety Connect®. This system helps you keep an eye on your ride with features like Emergency Assistance, Automatic Collision Notification, and even a Stolen Vehicle Locator.

Experience the 2022 Toyota Avalon

Houston, Sugar Land, and Pearland, Texas ,drivers have the opportunity to transform their everyday rides around town in the 2022 Toyota Avalon. To get behind the wheel for a test drive, just contact us or visit Mike Calvert Toyota and we’ll be happy to help!


* 2022 EPA-estimated mpg ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.