Toyota Avensis

TOYOTA AVENSIS


Toyota debuted Avensis in the late 1990s as the successor to the stable but bland Carina. Since then the Avensis has grown in size and popularity, as well as more sporty and sleek. Avensis' 4-door saloon model now measures 185 inches in length, 71 inches in width and 58 inches in height, while the slightly longer 5-door liftback and estate models measure 188 inches in length, 71 inches in width and 58 inches in height. The engine sizes include 132 horsepower 1.6 liters, 147 horsepower 1.8 liters, 150 horsepower 2.2 liters, and the 175 horsepower 2.2 liters.

Better maintained tyre pressure for the Toyota Avensis will extend the life of the tyres, lowering their cost, improve fuel efficiency, lowering fuel costs, and enhance road safety, as well as minimize carbon gas emissions into the atmosphere.

The corporate officers who need to decide to adopt the proper tyre pressure maintenance technology for the Avensis, as well as Corolla, Camry, RAV4, Prius, Yaris and Hiace are at the Toyota headquarters in Japan. Please click here for their names, positions and contact details.

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