2013 Toyota Avensis price and specification

Toyota Avensis saloon and tourer line up is priced from £17,700, and offers a blend of bold styling, engineering excellence and a refined driving experience.

Avensis is available in four grades – Active, Icon, Icon Business Edition and Excel. These replace the previous generation Avensis’ grades of T2, TR, T4 and T Spirit.

Features on the latest model include follow-me-home headlights as standard, and a DAB digital tuner on all models bar the entry-level Active.

A Protection Pack option is available on saloon and tourer models, offering rear parking sensors and a boot liner.

Customers can choose from 10 exterior colours, including Pearl White pearlescent for the first time.

Avensis, built exclusively in Britain at Toyota’s Burnaston plant in Derbyshire, offers a wide selection of efficient powertrains, with 1.8 Valvematic petrol engines and 2.0, 2.2 and 2.2 D-CAT diesels. According to engine, six-speed manual and automatic transmissions and Toyota’s Multidrive S CVT are available.

2013 Avensis range and prices (updated 25/03/15)

GRADE BODY STYLE POWERTRAIN OTR PRICE
Active Saloon 1.8 Valvematic 6MT £17,700
Active Saloon 1.8 Valvematic MDS £18,750
Active Tourer 1.8 Valvematic 6MT £18,750
Active Tourer 1.8 Valvematic 6MT £19,800
Active Saloon 2.0 D-4D 6MT £18,695
Active Tourer 2.0 D-4D 6MT £19,745
Icon Saloon 1.8 Valvematic MDS £20,300
Icon Saloon 1.8 Valvematic 6MT £21,350
Icon Tourer 1.8 Valvematic MDS £21,350
Icon Tourer 1.8 Valvematic 6MT £22,400
Icon Saloon 2.0 D-4D 6MT £21,295
Icon Tourer 2.0 D-4D 6AT £22,345
Icon Saloon 2.2 D-CAT 150 6AT £23,400
Icon Tourer 2.2 D-CAT 150 6MT £24,445
Icon Business Edition Saloon 1.8 Valvematic 6MT £20,500
Icon Business Edition Saloon 1.8 Valvematic MDS £21,550
Icon Business Edition Tourer 1.8 Valvematic 6MT £21,550
Icon Business Edition Tourer 1.8 Valvematic MDS £22,600
Icon Business Edition Saloon 2.0 D-4D 6MT £21,495
Icon Business Edition Tourer 2.0 D-4D 6MT £22,545
Icon Business Edition Saloon 2.2 D-CAT 150 6AT £23,600
Icon Business Edition Tourer 2.2 D-CAT 150 6AT £24,645
Excel Saloon 2.0 D-4D 6MT £24,495
Excel Tourer 2.0 D-4D 6MT £26,145
Excel Saloon 2.2 D-4D 150 6MT £25,500
Excel Tourer 2.2 D-4D 150 6MT £27,150
Excel Saloon 2.2 D-CAT 150 6AT £26,595
Excel Tourer 2.2 D-CAT 150 6AT £28,245

 

11 comments

  1. Is ACC/PCS (adaptive cruise) still available, as an option? (Although it ought to be standard by now, as it is on lesser cars such as the Golf, but anyway).

  2. Hi Teej,
    The Adaptive Cruise Control and Pre-Crash Safety features are available within the Safety Pack option, together with Lane Keeping Assist. This option is available on the 2013 Avensis Excel grade for the 2.2 D-CAT Auto engine.
    Thank you for your feedback here, we will be sure to pass this on.
    Kind regards.

  3. Hi Andrew,
    A Hybrid drivetrain is not available for the 2013 Avensis. You may be interested in our Auris Touring Sports model, available in the Summer, which has a Hybrid option. More details here: http://ow.ly/jdxCt.
    We hope this helps.

  4. When will you update toyota.co.uk and the marketing collateral? Seems to be a lag between making the announcement on a blog and getting other customer facing content updated, tomorrow is 1 May?

    1. Hi Tony,
      Thanks for your comment.
      The information we have for the 2013 Avensis is available on this blog post, as you’ve seen. If you’d like to discuss this model further, your local dealer will be happy to help. You can find their details here: http://ow.ly/kB0RG.
      The website and marketing materials will be updated in due course.
      Many thanks.

    1. Hi Bart,
      Thank you for getting in touch.
      Its great to see you’re interested in the Avensis. The Excel grade comes with a Diesel engine only. The Avensis Icon+ grade has the option of Petrol or Diesel. You may find the following link useful: http://bit.ly/17HX5ls.
      Hope this helps.

  5. Any news on getting new and more efficient diesels? The D4-D has run it’s course and should have been binned years ago. I’ll be looking at a new Avensis in 2014, and I don’t want the D4-D that they are lumbered with. Many of my colleagues have bigger cars with 2.2 litre diesels which return better mpg and are more powerful and responsive. What happened to the BMW join up?

    1. Hi Ed
      Thanks for your post. We are still working in collaboration with BMW regarding diesel engines. The plan has always been to supply these from 2014 however no further details regarding specific models have been released at this stage. We will make sure that all the latest news is updated on our Blog when this occurs.

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