Toyota announced prices for he 2011 Avalon sedan that will go on sale in mid-March. The Avalon will be offered in XLS and Limited trim levels, and prices will start from $32,245 and $35,485, respectively.

Avalon is powered by a 24 Valve, dual overhead cam (DOHC) 3.5 Liter V6 that produces a maximum output of 268 HP, mated to a multi mode six speed automatic gearbox. For 2011 the sedan gets a new exterior styling and a few new interior amenities, but also new standard equipment.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Toyota today announced manufacturers suggested retail prices (MSRP) for the redesigned 2011 Avalon sedan. Also announced were the MSRP for 2011 Sienna models equipped with the new Auto Access Seat.

The base MSRP for the entry-level Avalon grade remains unchanged from the 2010 base Avalon XLS at $32,245, while gaining a significant amount of new standard equipment, reflecting an excellent value. The MSRP for the Avalon Limited will be $35,485, an increase of $200, or 0.6 percent, while also receiving an array of new standard features over the 2010 model. Both Avalon grades will go on sale in mid-March.

Designed for any passenger who may need assistance getting in and out of a vehicle, the innovative, industry-first factory installed Sienna Auto Access Seat (AAS) is now available exclusively on the LE and XLE V6 Sienna grades. The base MSRP for the Sienna LE with AAS is $35,135, and the Sienna XLE with AAS is $39,445.

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Uncia  (868) posted on 03.5.2010

$32K for the base model? I’m not so sure that eliminating the lowest XL trim model and bringing the Avalon so upmarket in price is such a good idea in this market. I hope Toyota knows what they’re doing.

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