Toyota Avensis Tyre Pressure


Why is correct tyre pressure for Toyota Avensis critical? Properly maintained Toyota Avensis tyre pressure will improve fuel efficiency and road safety. Moreover, correct tyre pressure for Toyota Avensis will also minimize carbon gas emissions into the atmosphere, helping to minimize the negative impact on our fragile planet.

The corporate officers whose decisions can facilitate maintaining consistently correct tire pressure 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.

Cutting edge tire pressure monitoring system should continue to be a key feature of the Avensis, as well as of the  and the other models manufactured by the world's top car company, whose top executives should continue to hear and read a steady stream of pro-environment reminders from consumers around the globe.

A successful successor to the stable but bland Carina, the Avensis has grown in size and popularity over the years, as well as becoming more sporty and sleek, since being introduced in the late 1990s. The current engine sizes include 132 horsepower 1.6 Liter and 147 horsepower 1.8 Liter versions all the way up to 150 horsepower 2.2 Liter and even 175 horsepower 2.2 Liter versions.

The Saloon body now measures 185 inches in length, 71 inches in width and 58 inches in height, while the Estate body is slightly now measures 188 inches in length, 71 inches in width and 58 inches in height.