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Toyota Avensis Engine Review

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The Toyota Avensis engine is a favourite because it’s a good motorway cruiser, has lots of space

Toyota Avensis Engine

Toyota Avensis Engine

and is good value for money. As of late 2011 the best-selling Toyota Avensis 2.0 d4d engine was made even more efficient, while tweaks to the styling and suspension ensured it’s now more stylish and comfortable than ever.

Engine for Toyota Avensis also managed to improve the way the Toyota Avensis d4d engine drives with the late 2011 facelift, with changes to the noise isolation and suspension. The result is a car that not only handles better, but is also more comfortable on the motorway and very quiet on the move too. Drivers of Toyota Avensis Verso engine will be left a little isolated from the action though, with lifeless steering. The best all-rounder is the Toyota Avensis 2003 engine with 124bhp, which has been made more fuel efficient and allows the Toyota Avensis engine to accelerate from 0-62mph in 9.7 seconds.

The range comprises a saloon and estate, with a Toyota Avensis 1.8 vvti engine and 2.0 or 2.2 D-4D diesel engines. Petrol power is limited to a single Toyota Avensis 2005 engine, which is a little short on low-down grunt and needs to be worked hard. The Toyota Avensis 2004 engine is faster and more flexible, while the Toyota Avensis 2.2 engine version isn’t much quicker. There’s another Toyota Avensis 2.2 engine that’s available with an automatic transmission, but we’d avoid it.

With more capacity and power, it is no surprise that the Toyota Avensis 2.2 D-4D engine out-accelerates our benchmark 2.0 TDCi Mondeo, but it’s the extent to which it leaves the Ford trailing that really impresses. To 100mph, the Toyota Avensis engine is a full nine seconds quicker.

The Toyota Avensis d4 engine can be had with or without an automatic transmission. The Toyota Avensis 1.8 vvti engine also proceeds with moderate zeal and high-speed stability, and the Toyota Avensis engine cruising ability is quietly impressive. Overall, though, it is short on low-down grunt and refinement is ruined because it needs to be worked hard. Frugal though it is for its size, most buyers in this class also prefer a diesel.

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