Is Toyota Avensis a reliable car?
Toyota has an excellent reputation for reliability and the Avensis boasts a strong track record in this department. It comes with a five-year warranty, too, which should help to alleviate any doubts that may have been created by the high profile recalls that have hit Toyota’s brand in recent years.
Is Toyota Avensis same as Camry?
The latest Camry is still larger than the Avensis it replaces, but it’s based on Toyota’s latest scalable platform – which underpins the new Auris, as well as the Prius and C-HR. It will also underpin the upcoming Lexus UX SUV and ES saloon.
Which year is Toyota Avensis?
|Production||October 1997 – August 2018|
|Assembly||United Kingdom: Burnaston, Derbyshire (Toyota Manufacturing UK)|
|Body and chassis|
What engine is in a Toyota Avensis?
The best all-round engine is the 2.0-litre diesel engine with 141bhp, which allows the Avensis to accelerate from 0-62mph in 9.5 seconds. There’s also a new 1.6-litre D-4D diesel – 110bhp and 0-62mph taking 11.8 seconds – and a 145bhp 1.8-litre petrol that gets to 62mph 9.4 seconds.
What problems do Toyota Avensis have?
Problem: The Avensis has known problems with the DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) getting blocked up. If this gets blocked up you may smell fuel in the cabin. Other symptoms include: the car may run very roughly and/or issues with the car stalling.
Is Toyota Avensis a good used car?
Thanks to its competitive price, low running costs, comfort, efficiency and reliability, the Avensis remains a favourite of company car owners and taxi drivers alike. It also means there’s lots of choice and a wide variety of prices if you’re looking at a used Toyota Avensis.
What replaced the Toyota Avensis?
Toyota is planning to reintroduce the Camry nameplate to the UK after a 14-year absence. The all-new, eighth-generation Camry Hybrid will take over from the out-going Avensis as the company’s D-segment offering.
What year did they stop making Toyota Avensis?
History of Avensis – 2011 to 2015.
What does D4D mean on Toyota?
What is a D4D Toyota Engine? D-4D actually stands for Direct Injection 4 Cylinder Common Rail Diesel Engine. Common rail diesels injects a fine mist of fuel into the engine at very high pressure. The result is the same power and refinement as a petrol engine, but with better fuel efficiency and lower emissions.